Posts Tagged ‘teaching’
“Every day is a journey to be traveled; it’s all about attitude and state of mind.” writes Jenna Makowski. Even a good book is a journey in of itself. As a traveler, teacher and writer – her own journeys have taken her to places far and away which have enriched her life and her state [...]
With double Bachelor of Arts degrees and a TEFL certificate in hand, Roni Weiss has ventured far afield from his native state of Washington. Between teaching gigs, he makes a point to travel the surrounding regions, has visited 70 countries and is not even close to being finished. He’s also delivered pizzas – maybe he’s [...]
To quote Matt Keighley, “Born in New Jersey, raised in Yorkshire, living in Japan. Don’t worry, I’m confused too.” That he may be but his blog is far from confusing. Rather, it is a very entertaining look at his life as a teacher and freelance writer in Nagano Prefecture, Japan. (His students call him the [...]
Mary Anne Oxendale has lived as an ex-pat for most of her adult life. She’s gone from backpacker to EFL teacher and has been blogging for quite a long time. Not only are her sites (yes, more than one) filled with wisdom and wit -emphasis on wisdom and wit – she still finds time to… [...]
So, you find yourself as an American teaching in a far away place (Busan, South Korea to be exact)… What do you do now… You write about it. And, Brittany Weyen has being doing just that. As she grows through her experiences, so does her blog. Gotta love her students.
Allison and Jeremiah felt the “best way to see the world on a teacher’s salary, and continue doing what they loved (educating children), was to teach abroad”. They packed they bags and headed to Taiwan. Their adventure has just begun. Where it will lead? Well, not even they can say but it’s sure to be [...]