Teach Abroad Articles

If you’re thinking about teaching English abroad , but aren’t sure where you want to go, you’ve most likely heard plenty of advice about popular locations like Spain or Thailand. Of course there are some very compelling reasons why such locations are so popular, but we thought it...
I always knew I wanted to teach abroad . The toughest decision was actually putting aside the thinking and starting the doing. I knew I would be quitting my job in a tough economy. I knew I would be diving into a country where the most knowledge I had of Spanish was California’s...
It’s that time of the year again! After Christmas but before New Year’s, everyone’s wondering how to close the year, frantically trying to finish up the loose ends of the year before the fresh start the new year promises, and composing some New Year’s resolutions to get rid of...
Photo Credit: Greenheart Travel Teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) in groups can be extremely challenging, but can be one of the most rewarding experiences. The thought of walking into a classroom, full of unknown faces, may fill you with terror but don’t forget the...
Photo Credit: Greenheart Travel Teaching ESL to intermediate and advanced students is a rewarding experience, as you have the opportunity to watch students learn and flourish in a foreign language (and there are tons of opportunities! ). As students get closer and closer to...
Photo Credit: Greenheart Travel So you’ve probably done the hardest part. You’ve decided to pack up your life and go teach abroad - congrats! If you have zero teaching experience, fear not. Even if you’ve never explained a phrasal verb, much less lived abroad, it’s normal to...
With year round hot weather, great salary and benefit packages and plenty of unique travel opportunities, the United Arab Emirates has become one of the most sought-after locations for teaching abroad. Dubai and Abu Dhabi teaching jobs can range from ESL teaching in language...
Looking to move overseas and experience the international adventure of a lifetime while getting paid to teach English abroad in a great foreign country like Italy, China or Argentina? Virtually any English speaker can teach English abroad, even without prior teaching experience...
Some may disagree with me, but I say it takes guts to go away and travel after you finish college, especially if it’s more than a “Woohoo! We graduated” two-week, partying-in-Mexico bender. If you’re taking some serious time off to travel - whether it’s hopping around Europe,...
Congrats! You’ve decided to move abroad to study , volunteer , or teach , and now you’re packing up and shipping out, ready to take on your new city. You’re probably bubbling over with excitement (and maybe some nerves too), and your family, friends, teachers, and mentors are...