Every year we are give ample vacation days but they come with one caveat: plan for and host a camp after school has let out. Typically our most enthusiastic students tend to be the ones that sign up for camp but they never really know what they are in for until we get underway. Continue reading
Last week we shared our extremely bad experience of our last year’s hagwon job. However, we do want to stress that even though situations like these can happen, there are many teachers who really love working for private academies and highly recommend them. The key is to know how to find the right school that is reputable. Continue reading
Hey guys! So as you know, we have been showing you every week A Day in the Life of an ESL teacher in South Korea. Up until now, we have shown you mostly videos of our students, but this week we decided to mix it up a bit and do a video apartment tour! Continue reading
After a grueling seven days of training, we are finished!
Each day for the past week, we have been observing and co-teaching classes of kids from 1st grade to 10th. It has been an interesting experience having such a broad range of classes and age groups. Next week we will be teaching our own classes of mostly younger kids. Continue reading