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Q: What is i-to-i Chalkboard? A: It's the online community of TEFL specialists
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|Placement Service Ecuador||August 11, 2012||9|
|Insurance||July 10, 2012||2|
|What's required?||March 30, 2012||3|
|Is TESOL or TEFL Essential?||December 27, 2011||3|
|PLEASE HELP!!! visa problem||December 06, 2011||3|
|ECUADOR OCT 2010||June 05, 2011||6|
|No degree?||March 19, 2010||7|
|Disappointment :(||February 21, 2010||6|
|Visa Requirements for Ecuador?||February 19, 2010||2|
|Teaching in Ecuador||December 21, 2009||2|
If you’re thinking about getting TEFL certified, there are a bewildering number of TEFL course providers out there, all trying to get their hands on your hard-earned cash. To help you make sure your TEFL certificate is worth the paper it’s printed on, here’s what your course provider should be:
So, it’s the day/week/month before you head abroad to teach… you’ve either got all your worldly goods strewn all over your bed, or a very neat list of things to take with you. Either way, to preserve your sanity while trying to teach abroad, make sure you find space to cram the following things into your suitcase:
Teaching English as a Foreign Language after graduation can improve your job prospects and give you loads of transferable skills that are in demand in the domestic jobs market. So, even if you’re not thinking of teaching as a long-term career, spending time teaching abroad can be really beneficial to your future career.
We all had that teacher at school who was absolutely dismal: boring, ineffective, nasty… Make sure you don’t turn into him/her while teaching abroad by steering clear of the 7 deadly TEFL sins:
Whether you require inspiration, lesson plans, resources, pictures or advice on how to teach a grammar point - have no fear…there are plenty of resources available for free on the internet!! It’s important to remember to adapt the things you get from the net to suit your classes needs – remember no two classes are the same! Here are my top 5 websites that I have found useful:
If you’ve got an internationally recognized TEFL certificate tucked in your back pocket, there’s a whole world of opportunity out there. But how do you decide where to go first? Here are our top tips for TEFL destinations:
Tropical rainforests, astounding natural beauty, low living costs and high demand for TEFL teachers… it’s hardly surprising so many people are heading to Ecuador to live and teach!
Are you thinking about teaching in Ecuador or maybe you’re already out there! Tell everyone about it here!
You can check out TEFL jobs in Ecuador with i-to-i here: http://www.onlinetefl.com/tefl-jobs-abroad/tefl-ecuador.html
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“Ecuador” was created by i-to-i on November 26, 2009