If you want to teach abroad, you’ve come to the right place. I have created a few pages that will hopefully give you all of your teach abroad infomation and answer some questions.
Teaching ESL has made my life meaningful. Everything that I have written, I have experienced.
Every day I am grateful that I took that leap and got my TEFL through International TEFL Academy in 2018.
I first fell in love with my job when I was in Thailand in 2019. I was there for a total of ten months and taught at two different schools.
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Then I came home at the beginning of COVID in March 2020.
In November 2020, I flew off to South Korea.
WARNING: Teaching abroad is life changing.
Take all of this teach abroad information with a grain of salt, or whatever seasoning you prefer.
In a good way, of course.
You will form new connections with the unknown and discover things about yourself that you weren’t aware of.
You will learn to love your job and enjoy your life.
Not only do you get to see kids’ bright and loving faces every day, but you get to see your own as well.
Discover a new country; adapt to a new culture; speak a new language; create new friendships.
You will become a whole new you and won’t want to turn back (at least I didn’t).
Teaching abroad has another plus side which is quite obvious: you can teach and travel, all at the same time.
What a great way to explore an unfamiliar country.
So, if you love traveling and teaching, this job is perfect for you.
Jobs fill your pockets, but adventures fill your soul.Jaime Lyn Beatty