In this article you will learn a step-by-step process to getting TEFL jobs as a non-native speaker. This process works despite the widespread preference for native speakers and even if you’ve been turned down before.
Every crisis brings an opportunity. And even during these difficult times during the COVID crisis, there are things we can do as English teachers to develop professionally. There are two upsides to this. First, diving into learning something you’ve always wanted to learn but never had time to do, can keep you sane. And more […]
Wondering where you can teach English as a non-native speaker? In this video you’ll learn why Belgium is a great place.
It’s been a while since I published a video on my YouTube channel. And one of my new year’s resolutions was to post more videos on YouTube, Facebook and Insta. I spent last weekend preparing a list of topics, so you’ll definitely see more videos from me in the coming weeks and months. But today […]
The short answer is: absolutely! You CAN teach English in Thailand as a ‘non-native speaker’. The longer answer is: you need to know where and how to look. And be prepared to tackle native speakerism. In this post I’ll show you what the potential challenges are of getting a TEFL job in Thailand as a […]
Struggling to find TEFL jobs as a non-native speaker? This post will show you exactly what you need to do to start getting more job offers and more clients.
You will learn 3 easy-to-follow steps that will allow you to get TEFL jobs and succeed as an on-line non-native speaker teacher
If you want to increase your chances of getting TEFL jobs as a non-native speaker teacher, you need to up your social media game. And this post will show you exactly how to do this.
For a ‘non-native speaker’ teacher, trying to get a TEFL job might be a bit of a stressful and frustrating endeavour. Your ability to speak and teach the language is bound to be questioned. Your passport is likely to become your biggest liability. You will constantly come up against job ads for ‘native speakers’ only. […]
A few years back something happened that completely changed my career. At the time I was working for a very well-known language school chain; I applied for a job in another country within that same chain and was openly told that they wouldn’t hire me because I was a ‘non-native speaker’. Probably sounds familiar to […]