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What's it like to work for italki?
In this blog we discuss all things italki. We dive into the pros and cons, and offer some top tips. We have lots of experience on italki so we're sure you'll find this useful!
What happens when an ESL teacher and student join forces?
We'd love to introduce you to one of our pals, Shannen. Learn all about how this ESL teacher started a school with her student!
TEFL Teaching in Lyon, France
Meet Andre - a 25-year-old South African who taught English for months in Lyon, France. We interviewed him to get all the details of teaching in France!
TEFL Teaching in Tokyo, Japan
Meet Andy - a 25-year-old South African living and teaching in Japan. We interviewed her to get all the details of teaching in Japan!
TEFL Teaching in Buenos Aires, Argentina
This blog post will tell you everything you need to know about TEFL Teaching in Buenos Aires. We'll give our top tips from experience!
6 Tips on How to Handle Difficult Students and Situations
ESL teaching can be challenging at times. Working with people from all over the world has its ups and down. In this blog - we will explore 6 tips on how to overcome difficult students and situations.
Tips for teaching ESL online - How to retain students.
As online language learning becomes more and more popular, the amount of TEFL teachers working online is skyrocketing, meaning students have more choice than ever. This blog post will provide tips on how to retain students by dissecting 5 essential tips.
4 Reasons to Become a TEFL teacher (Offline)
In this blog post I will explore four benefits associated with becoming a TEFL teacher. This blog is geared towards offline teaching, although there are some points which could crossover to online teaching. I will specifically discuss the benefits of online teaching in a separate, future blog post.
Why did we start ESL Pals?
Every ESL teacher will know that the online ESL industry can be quite competitive due to it being a saturated job market where it is difficult to gain visibility. To compound the problem there is seemingly little promotion from the teaching sites... despite taking a hefty commission.
What is ESLPals.com?
In this blog post we will explain everything you need to know about ESL Pals.

What’s it like to work for italki?

In this blog we discuss all things italki. We dive into the pros and cons, and offer some top tips. We have lots of experience on italki so we’re sure you’ll find this useful!

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TEFL Teaching in Lyon, France

Meet Andre – a 25-year-old South African who taught English for months in Lyon, France. We interviewed him to get all the details of teaching in France!

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TEFL Teaching in Tokyo, Japan

Meet Andy – a 25-year-old South African living and teaching in Japan. We interviewed her to get all the details of teaching in Japan!

Tips for teaching ESL online – How to retain students.

As online language learning becomes more and more popular, the amount of TEFL teachers working online is skyrocketing, meaning students have more choice than ever. This blog post will provide tips on how to retain students by dissecting 5 essential tips.

4 Reasons to Become a TEFL teacher (Offline)

In this blog post I will explore four benefits associated with becoming a TEFL teacher. This blog is geared towards offline teaching, although there are some points which could crossover to online teaching. I will specifically discuss the benefits of online teaching in a separate, future blog post.

Why did we start ESL Pals?

Every ESL teacher will know that the online ESL industry can be quite competitive due to it being a saturated job market where it is difficult to gain visibility. To compound the problem there is seemingly little promotion from the teaching sites… despite taking a hefty commission.

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