Chalkboard is i-to-i's TEFL community.
It is currently still in testing phase which could mean you find the odd bug!
Q: What is i-to-i Chalkboard? A: It's the online community of TEFL specialists
|gazman71 1 post||
I have yet to take the plunge and sign up for my course. I really want to do it, and have done for a few years now. The trouble is, I have a lot of responsibilities moneywise back here. How the heck do you manage it? Do i just go for it and walk away from everything, or wait until I am more financially stable? Is it just for young travellers in their gap year, or for someone middle aged with a fulltime job like myself? I have some life changing decisions to make I think.
|mahalath 125 posts||
Hi, certain places in the world will allow you to pay off debts. I manage to save about £500pcm with my job in South Korea, but this is pretty much the max at entry level jobs. If you comitments are more than this, I'd recommend going somewhere else. You are ruling out most of the developing world, but you might be able to put something small aside in Europe (I've heard about £100 told to me) or Japan (less than Korea, but still something).