August has taught in Thailand for one year and enjoys teaching prathom level students.
Q1. How long have you been teaching in Thailand?
Q2. What age group do you prefer teaching and why?
Q3. What is the best thing about living and working in Thailand in your opinion?
Learning a new culture, learning a new education system, and meeting teaching teachers from the world over who enrich my knowledge as we share ideas.
Q4. If you had to move to teach English somewhere else, which country would be next on your list and why?
Q5. Of all the places you have travelled to in Thailand, which is your favourite and why?
Q6. How do you see Thailand's TEFL landscape changing in the next five or ten years?
I cannot say a lot but Covid has wrecked the economy and the emergence of online classes sudden may affect how teachers are to be important for the future.
Q7. Why do you think Thailand is still a big draw for many TEFLers?
Cheaper cost of living than most countries.
Q8. Have you taught in any other countries? How do they compare to Thailand?
Yes, I have taught in my native country. My country advocates for only professionally trained teachers to teach in a classroom setup.
Q9. What advice would you give to a new teacher thinking of embarking on a teaching career in Thailand?
To stay on their toes constantly.
Q10. You are looking for a new teaching job at the moment. How can potential employers contact you?
Via Line App