Join an American TESOL Certification Program, and travel to countries worldwide while teaching English. From Argentina to Zimbabwe, apply to English language schools across the globe as a TESOL teacher.
Adjectives are awesome, and words that modify other words to create a reference of understanding. Although some may find the concept of adjectives frustrating, in reality learning about them is easy, fun, and entertaining.
Learning is a state of activity, and the quality of an English language classroom can be measured by student productivity. Discover how to formulate the best English learning activities, and how making easy activities allows all students to open the doors of achievement.
The only impossible learning journey is the one you never begin. Step inside the zone, and join us live with Jason R. Levine (Fluency MC) for an exploration into new ways teachers can elevate language learning with the top ten activities for the English classroom.
Taipei is the capitol city of Taiwan, and nicknamed the City of Azaleas as 100,000 flowers are planted there annually. This bustling metropolis also has a very high standard of living, and is divided into 12 districts with one central department that focuses on environmental policies.
Taipei City has made sustainable steps at an impressive rate to address climate change, and recently updated the Waipu Green Energy Eco Park. As Taiwan’s first biomass energy plant, it will produce electricity from sustainable resources helping transform Taiwan into a recycling economy.
Teachers love Taipei City, not just for its economical policies, but also for recreation, warm weather, modern architecture, and good paying jobs. Learn more about Teaching English in Taipei, Taiwan with TESOL Certification.
Tirana is the capital of Albania, and the official language is Albanian. Fun things to do in Albania include visiting the Berat Castle, and exploring the ancient Greek trade colony of Apollonia. Learn about teaching English abroad in Albania; research jobs, news, and country information.
Vauban, Germany is a newly established and constructed town of 5,000 residents aiming to be eco-friendly. Following the lead of its eco-neighbor, Freiburg, the whole town is a sustainable model district with houses that generate their own energy. The educated and motivated residents compost 80% of their paper products, and participate in proactive waste management.
Residents are rewarded with miles of bike paths, fresh air, and plenty of green spaces to kick back, relax, and enjoy the fruits of their labors. This is an ideal town to teach English if you want to live in a small city that has been doing it right from the beginning.
Learn more about living and working in Vauban, Germany with TESOL certification.