What would I have done without it?
How having more than one source of income, in this case an online tutoring job, saved my ass during cancer treatment.
There's a whole new world of opportunity out there for the jaded TEFLer
In addition to ESL online teaching, there are also many opportunities for more “formal” online teaching in universities and even primary schools
Why on-line teaching makes perfect sense
Virtual teaching is not for everyone and teachers that make the transition usually have a few habits they need to restructure in order to be effective online. Still, if you're one of the many teachers looking to make a change or just earn a bit of extra money, I highly recommend giving it a try.
Who do you teach and how much can you make?
If you have some free time and want to top up your income, then look into online teaching. It certainly is a viable option for many teachers here in Thailand.
How to aim higher and enjoy a better quality of life as a teacher
I'm looking ahead to next year and thinking about how to get a pay rise and a promotion. You should be thinking about it too. So what are some of the ways to go about it?
A selection of blog links that will be of interest to teachers in Thailand
Here's another selection of interesting teacher-related blogs and articles that have popped up on the internet over the last month or so, including an interesting comparison between the costs of living in Chiang Mai and Bangkok.
I have been online teaching for some months now. Online teaching is life changing as there are so many advantages to doing it.
Teaching on-line has been great but it lacks security as a full-time job - especially if you have a family to support.
What to teach and how to find students
We advocate flipping the traditional approach on its head. First, decide what you're going to teach and then find students to teach this to. And to ensure high rates of pay, what you should teach is something highly specialised.
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