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General » Teach2China Recruiters for China!
Hi Valery, you can try to contact YABO in Chaozhou, Guangdong. They hiring all the time and it's a good place for beginners to gain experience and to raise their own price for ESL teachers services on the Chinese market.
bosipeixun2006@163.com
+86 15919584664 (Eva)
General » Teach2China Recruiters for China!
Hi Valery, you can try to contact YABO in Chaozhou, Guangdong. They hiring all the time and it's a good place for beginners to gain experience and to raise their own price for ESL teachers services on the Chinese market.
bosipeixun2006@163.com
+86 15919584664 (Eva)
General » Teach2China Recruiters for China!
Can you teach without a degree?
General » Global TESOL in Montreal Testimonial
Thank you Damon. We do have the best jobs in Asia and throughout the world and we help everyone steer through any potential pitfall and nightmare. Your training begins here - on the job, is experience building such as in any job. You need to be prepared before arriving, understand lesson planning, classroom management, and as many grads know - personal development and leadership training which we do. Best wishes. You are working in government schools with great perks. Anyone wish to join, please email us at toronto@globaltesol.com as there are STILL openings for September. Come visit us at the Go GLobal Fair on Sept. 19th and 20th in Toronto!!!
General » Global TESOL in Montreal Testimonial
Damon,

Your real training starts the first day you teach a class and your best trainers will be your students.
General » Global TESOL in Montreal Testimonial
I attended a seminar taught by Kathy in Montreal this spring and it pretty much changed my whole outlook on education as well as human interactions in general. She's very experienced as a teacher and makes the lessons very easy to comprehend. If you attend one of her seminars, you'll probably find yourself having all sorts of flashbacks to your schooling prior to Global TESOL. You'll realize you already know the difference between good and bad teaching because you've already been subjected to effective and ineffective teaching methods. Kathy unlocks this knowledge within you. She teaches you technical information developed by other teachers as well but there really isn't too much to cram. Teaching is all about confidence and she's there to get you to think about what teaching really is and program you to make use of your intuition.

I'm going to China in few days thanks to Kathy's instruction as well as Jim's placement services. I tried responding to postings on a job board but I got some sketchy responses from recruiters who wouldn't help me get a visa. Once I authorized Jim to find me a teaching position, things just fell into place.

If you get placed through Global TESOL, the recruiter working with them will know you've completed the course but they'll need your certificates to get you a visa so I recommend doing your online specialization course ASAP so as not to waste a prospective employer's time. Check your information on the site to make sure your mailing address is correct to ensure you get your certificates on time.

All-in-all: I really can't imagine why Global TESOL wouldn't be for you if you're looking to get TESOL-certified. If you want some sort of robotic, cramming-based introduction to teaching English then the front of the classroom probably isn't for you.

Thank you, Kathy! Thank you, Jim! Thanks for reading! YOUR ADVENTURE AWAITS; TAKE THE PLUNGE!

Damon
General » Global TESOL in Montreal Testimonial
I attended a seminar taught by Kathy in Montreal this spring and it pretty much changed my whole outlook on education as well as human interactions in general. She's very experienced as a teacher and makes the lessons very easy to comprehend. If you attend one of her seminars, you'll probably find yourself having all sorts of flashbacks to your schooling prior to Global TESOL. You'll realize you already know the difference between good and bad teaching because you've already been subjected to effective and ineffective teaching methods. Kathy unlocks this knowledge within you. She teaches you technical information developed by other teachers as well but there really isn't too much to cram. Teaching is all about confidence and she's there to get you to think about what teaching really is and program you to make use of your intuition.

I'm going to China in few days thanks to Kathy's instruction as well as Jim's placement services. I tried responding to postings on a job board but I got some sketchy responses from recruiters who wouldn't help me get a visa. Once I authorized Jim to find me a teaching position, things just fell into place.

If you get placed through Global TESOL, the recruiter working with them will know you've completed the course but they'll need your certificates to get you a visa so I recommend doing your online specialization course ASAP so as not to waste a prospective employer's time. Check your information on the site to make sure your mailing address is correct to ensure you get your certificates on time.

All-in-all: I really can't imagine why Global TESOL wouldn't be for you if you're looking to get TESOL-certified. If you want some sort of robotic, cramming-based introduction to teaching English then the front of the classroom probably isn't for you.

Thank you, Kathy! Thank you, Jim! Thanks for reading! YOUR ADVENTURE AWAITS; TAKE THE PLUNGE!

Damon
General » December 2014 Montreal Tesol Class Kathy Ezard
Hello,

As the title suggest, I took a class with Kathy Ezard late last year and I want to mention what a great experience it was. We were a small class of 5 students but we had a blast with Kathy. It was a chill environment but for me, what I mostly enjoyed were the lessons she taught us. I'm not talking about the class itself, though that was great as well, but mostly about the reality of what to expect if we take on this challenge. She didn't try to sugarcoat things and presented it to us as they are. She wanted to prepare us not only for the job, but also for the change i environment, and open our eyes and minds to what we may not have expected.

I am currently in my job hunting process and Kathy is always ready to help. Her replies are sooner than you'd expect. Kathy teaches classes in both Ottawa and Montreal so if you live in those 2 cities or close by, I can guarantee you a great teacher who has patience, energy, creativity, knowledge, and most importantly a teacher that cares.

Maram
General » December 2014 Montreal Tesol Class Kathy Ezard
Hello,

As the title suggest, I took a class with Kathy Ezard late last year and I want to mention what a great experience it was. We were a small class of 5 students but we had a blast with Kathy. It was a chill environment but for me, what I mostly enjoyed were the lessons she taught us. I'm not talking about the class itself, though that was great as well, but mostly about the reality of what to expect if we take on this challenge. She didn't try to sugarcoat things and presented it to us as they are. She wanted to prepare us not only for the job, but also for the change i environment, and open our eyes and minds to what we may not have expected.

I am currently in my job hunting process and Kathy is always ready to help. Her replies are sooner than you'd expect. Kathy teaches classes in both Ottawa and Montreal so if you live in those 2 cities or close by, I can guarantee you a great teacher who has patience, energy, creativity, knowledge, and most importantly a teacher that cares.

Maram
General » Job hunting Japan and China
Hi there, I am currently based in New Zealand but am looking for a job in Japan or China. I am 22, have a degree and have completed the 120hr TESOl course. If anyone knows of anything please let me know the list of jobs and emailing is a tough process!