Looking for jobs as a ‘non-native speaker’ teacher can be pretty depressing. I’m sure you’ve seen all these job ads for ‘native speakers’ only.
But, despite this widespread preference for ‘native speakers’, some ‘non-native’ teachers have become incredibly successful. They have managed to overcome the initial bias against them and to succeed.
What have they done differently?
What can we learn from their success?
How can you apply their tactics to give your own career a boost and get hired as a ‘non-native speaker’ teacher?
To find out, I interviewed Karin Krummenacher, who has been a teacher and a teacher trainer and who is currently doing her MA in TESOL in the UK. In this 5 minute extract from the interview, Karin shares her top 5 tips to get hired as a ‘non-native speaker’ teacher.
If you enjoyed these tips, but would like to know more, then check out this FREE e-book I prepared for you. You will learn about the 5 easy-to-follow steps you need to take right now in order to get TEFL jobs as a non-native speaker.
These tips will work regardless of where you are based and, yes, also despite the widespread preference for ‘native speaker’ teachers.
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