Top tips and techniques from a Trinity DipTESOL graduate. I hate exams. Even more than the average person, and beyond the most obvious of reasons. Furthermore, I now have the academic nous, training, and knowledge to eloquently rail against them as a concept. (Thank you for that Trinity DipTESOL course!) I hate what exams do […]
What is the DipTESOL (or DELTA)? If you’ve read our recent blog post, you’ll know that we have been exploring the most common acronyms in TEFL. DipTESOL and DELTA are two more. Both stand for Diploma in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages. They are fully accredited, advanced level TEFL qualifications which are recognised […]
Many schools have been forced to move to teaching online with little or no preparation for students and teachers have been, in many cases, left to cope with developing online teaching skills with little or no training. If you Google ‘disruption’ you’ll see two definitions: The first is “disturbance or problems which interrupt an event, […]
See what’s going on, try something different, learn from it. That’s my teacher development mantra. It applies to everything, everywhere! Let’s start with the first bit: To follow our road to becoming the best teachers we can be, we need to question our beliefs and hidden assumptions. especially assumptions we have taken on board without […]
Why did you decide to take the 30-hour Online Teaching IELTS course? Most of my experience resides in teaching English as a foreign language in high school, and I can say that I enjoy it very much. Teaching teenagers can be challenging, but it can be truly rewarding as well, and that is my case. […]
Aribariho Ruhinda Adam is Ugandan and he has been teaching primary and secondary school learners for almost 10 years at Cambridge international Schools, Khartoum Sudan. Although, he is originally from an accounting background, ever since he started teaching he has come to the realization that he makes more contribution towards society as an educator. In this blog post, he explains his experience on our 100% Online CELTA course.
If you are looking into possible career paths to work from the road, you may have already considered taking on a teaching job. In this post, we will talk about things you need to consider and the steps you need to take to start a career as a TEFL digital nomad.
Jeanette is from England and she is sixty years old. Before joining our 100% Online CELTA course she had gained the PGCE and worked in the further education sector. Find out in this blog post more about her experience on our CELTA course. Why did you decide to take get a CELTA qualification?I’d been thinking […]
The present crisis has brought rapid and dramatic changes to the world of work, and the world of teaching English online has been no exception. Teachers have suddenly been forced, by circumstances, to adapt their skills to working online in live virtual classrooms with little or no preparation or training. Most schools and teachers have […]
We are excited to announce our 30-hour Online One-to-One Teaching English Online course. This course has been developed for qualified teachers with a desire to provide an excellent service teaching both young learners and adult learners online. Participants of this course will receive personalised one-to-one support from our expert tutor. Why should you take this […]