We’ve been teaching English for 12 years now, in several different countries. We’ve ‘been there, done that’ and want to share our successes, and mistakes with you. We’ve also got many friends who also teach abroad, who are also happy to share their stories with you.
We are not connected with any specific organisation or company, so all advice is based on our own independent opinions.
TEFL can be a confusing industry, full of weird acronyms and multiple courses and job types. We’ve tried to simplify it with a series of posts for people new to teaching English.
TEFL teachers working around the world talk about the countries they have taught in, including types of jobs, salaries and requirements. Find out about teaching in China, South Korea, Colombia, South Africa and many other places.
In this interview series, TEFL teachers talk about how they started out teaching English abroad and give advice to new teachers.
We’re both qualified English teachers with 12 years’ experience behind us, in 6 different countries, including Vietnam, Spain and Ukraine. Over this time, we’ve built friendships with other TEFL teachers and collectively, we’ve got a lot of experience and advice to give. We’re not connected to any TEFL organisation or job agency, and advice we give is independent. Find out more about who we are.