Many people who want to get started in teaching ESL might not be very familiar with the etiquette required for this particular branch of the ESL teaching profession. Below is a starters’ primer of 5 dos and 5 don’ts for teaching ESL Online.
Most companies expect feedback to be given to each student after classes are completed, but how should feedback be written so that it meets requirements and is effective? Below are four basic guidelines to follow that can help you to up your feedback game!
There is often a concern, by many, that they will not be able to teach online with the amount of energy required by many companies. That doesn’t have to be the case that makes or breaks your online experience! Here are a few tips and tricks to keep maximum energy in your virtual classroom!
If you’ve been interested in teaching online for a while you’ve probably heard about getting a TEFL or TESOL certification. Just how important is getting this certification? Let’s explore how these two certifications will affect your job search.
For many online teachers, feedback can be tedious and complicated. There are those who ask the very valid question, ‘Is feedback really necessary?’ The answer to this question is a resounding ‘Yes!’ Here are just a few reasons why giving feedback after each class is essential.