Based in Chicago, IL, International TEFL Academy is a World leader in TEFL certification for teaching English abroad. We offer internationally accredited TEFL Classes online & in 25 locations worldwide. We certify 5,000 people a year from all walks of life to teach English abroad and our graduates are teaching English in 80 countries across the globe. All ITA students and graduates receive lifetime worldwide Job Search Guidance.
I am not an English teacher, but I wanted to be. I started college with dreams due to my experience with my high school English teacher. In college, a professor yelled at me for the content in a persuasive essay. It was a composition class. He said my composition was exemplary, but my content would elicit a response that was too emotional for a reader. He gave me a C. I left his office and changed my major to Sociology. Although I love teaching the subject I teach, there is a gaping hole where English content should be. I find myself purposely seeking interaction with my English content area colleagues. I love assigning readings and papers so that I get to grade as an English teacher would. My advice? Do not allow others to dissuade you from being an English teacher. Do not become a professor who devastates the ambition of an aspiring English teacher. I love what I do, but if I had it to do over again, I would have become an English teacher. Teaching is a gift to your students, their families and yourself. Never lose sight of the privilege and honor it is to be welcomed into the lives of those you teach.
Volunteers can have a huge impact on the children and students in these less fortunate areas and schools by exposing them to the English language. Creating fun exercises which will help with their pronunciation and conversation skills are a great start to increase their English language awareness. Volunteers can help support schools by contributing their time and offering their teaching skills. This way, students get the opportunity to learn English from fluent English speakers which will open doors that would otherwise remain closed.

Thus, when a student spends an hour with a Growing Stars online tutor, the tutor would have invested more than one hour for that student. Our teacher knows the students’ strengths and weaknesses and, unlike instant tutors who think of that day’s homework only, works for the long-term success of the student. Instant tutors may change frequently making it difficult for them to analyze the areas that needs focus for a steady academic improvement. A Growing Stars tutor builds a good rapport with the student, helping instill in the student a desire to learn.
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We wanted to take a minute to let you know that the help that Aanya got from Ms. Meena made a huge difference in Aanya’s grasp of the concepts. Given that it was practically a full year’s worth of course content that was covered in just over 5 weeks, it is quite a remarkable achievement. Ms. Meena adjusted the pace very well to fit in the very short timeframe emphasizing just the right areas so that Aanya could grasp the most important concepts. We would like to thank Ms. Meena for helping Aanya secure an A grade in part 2. One can only imagine that if this course was stretched out for the full school year, how that help would have completely solidified the understanding of this important High School Math subject. So if I were to rate Ms. Meena, I will happily give her 5 stars. Aanya agrees. A big thank you to Ms. Meena!

I am recent high school graduate and attend St. Edward's University, making me well knowledgeable of the situations students currently face. I love to help people learn topics well, and not just for passing a test. I am still a child at heart, am fairly well grounded in my life and future plans, and love to help people find help in their various struggles. I am currently a freshman studying for my Bachelor's of Arts in Psychology to be applied towards becoming a therapist. Feel free to check my LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rebecca-ramirez-198013b3/ ... View Profile


I'm a professional English teacher. I have a TEFL qualification and I have been teaching since 1999. My career started in Japan where I was a conversational English teacher. Within a year I had become the headmaster of a private English school serving 400 students. In 2014 I returned to the UK where I established an online presence. In 2016 I became an MBA consultant preparing students for the rigorous admissions test and interview. If you are preparing for the VIVA interview, I can help with that too. I'm a published author with many years experience proofreading. I'd be happy to have a look at your essays. I am very patient, and you can ask me all the questions you want, as many times as you want, until you understand very well. Let me know what you need and how I can help you, and I will be here for you. I will do my best to help you achieve your goals of becoming fluent in English. I'll introduce a bit more information about me. I am British and I live in Bournemouth. I'm a B1 speaker of Japanese. After a career in the civil service in England, I travelled to New Zealand where I resided for 8 years. I attended university there and studied computer science at Massey University. In New Zealand and then moved into the private sector where I gained experience in the technology market and the insurance industry. In 1998, I resumed my education and took a CELTA course to pursue a dream of teaching English in Japan. After gaining some experience in a school in Saitama, I opened my own schools in Chiba and Tokyo and became a registered Japanese corporation. I employed 10 Japanese support staff and several foreign teachers. I ran those schools for 16 years and taught hundreds of students of all ages and levels. In my downtime, I like to watch movies and read books. I’m the author of the book Fluency Secrets and I’m writing some new books on English language study. I love mountain biking, running and swimming. One day I would like to do a triathlon. See you online!

I was a Chemistry Peer Tutor at the College of Wooster, tutoring general chemistry and organic chemistry. My responsibilities and skills were as follows: - Worked individually with students to improve learning and understanding of general and organic chemistry -Provided students with effective study strategies and time management skills - Honed interpersonal and communication skills and modified tutoring methods to benefit each student s unique needs
Many times, both parents come home from a full day of work and then need to juggle the responsibilities of managing their children, participating in social events, attending athletic practices and much more. It’s also possible that one or both parents did not take advanced math in school. So, whether the curriculum has changed or there simply aren’t enough hours in the day, parents can find it difficult to give their children the help they need to excel in math.

Depending on the program you’re working with and the system they have in place, you may have resources available to you for adapting your in-classroom material to an online environment. You may be asked to divide what you’d normally teach in daily hour-long classes into 10 or 12 1.5-hour live sessions with about 20 minutes of “asynchronous” material (i.e., learning materials your students engage with on their own time, like homework).  

I have been working with Dr. Carol for over a year in Organic Chemistry, and MCAT chemistry prep. She has been a shining light where there was once darkness. I have struggled with chemistry for a very long time and Dr. Carol helps to reduce the stress of taking a hard subject and build confidence through thorough yet simplistic instruction. She is always on time for appointments and does not mind meeting you wherever you feel most comfortable.
At the elementary school level, all classroom teachers are required to teach English or ELA (English Language Arts). For Grade 1 teachers, the ELA curriculum primarily focuses on developing students’ basic reading and writing skills; and building their understanding of letters, words and sounds. Second-grade teachers assist their students in learning punctuation and capitalization, as well as working with phonics.
However, starting and growing a successful online English teaching business is no easy task. You’ll need to learn how to effectively market and promote yourself and your business and put in the hard work of sourcing and building relationships with your own online English students. You’ll also be responsible for designing the curriculum and lesson plans you'll be delivering.

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Online teaching requires special considerations. You may find that much of what you’re used to telling students verbally now needs to be translated into text. You’ll also want to know what technology options are available to make sure you’re taking advantage of your options: Are timed quizzes available? Does your learning management system (LMS) allow links to YouTube? Can students video themselves answering discussion questions, or does their homework have to be written? Beyond knowing the ins and outs of the LMS you'll be using, here are some ways to ensure a successful adaption of your curriculum:  
So, I'm sitting here thinking, "I could be an online teacher" but wasn't sure where to get started. Read the reviews on this and a few others, and I definitely made the correct choice! Ebiner writes in a very clear, very direct manner. I could maybe do without the "action steps" at the end of each section, but I can definitely see where it would provide actionable steps for someone trying to figure out "what's next."

As you look at the qualified schools you may find that your state offers both traditional programs at local colleges and universities as well as online programs. Each type of education has its own set of benefits. For instance, if you currently have a job and need to fit that into your school schedule, a more flexible option from an online school may be a good choice for you. On the other hand, if you are just out of high school and want to have an on-campus experience such as participating in dorm life and extra-curricular activities, a traditional approach may be better the better choice.


When hiring an English teacher at the elementary level, schools typically require a bachelor’s degree in elementary education. To teach at the secondary level, a bachelor’s degree in secondary education or in English with an education minor is a common requirement. Most colleges require post-baccalaureate degrees in English, like a master’s degree or PhD. Prospective teachers who intend to teach K-12 classes with non-native English speaking students may find it beneficial to earn a degree in teaching English as a second language.
I know what you're thinking, but it's true – teaching English online absolutely belongs on a list of easy online jobs. If you’re a native speaker of English, you are most likely able to teach conversational English as a Second Language with any number of online companies. This is because your students are using your native speaking performance as a basic lesson itself and any more formal lesson is layered on top of that.

Before Growing Stars, I was getting 80-85% on Algebra II tests. I understood the concepts, but individual problems proved to be a challenge. My first test after starting sessions was an A, and I finished the year with a 96% average in the class. I will be continuing with their tutoring as long as I can, and am confident that they can help me attain the level of academic success I am aiming for.


if you are seeking a teaching credential in English and already have a degree, you also have options. Most states take into account past college credits. Many states are in need of English teachers especially in certain demographic areas. You may be able to participate in an alternative pathway to teaching that will credit your past degree while completing the required teaching preparation. This alternate path typically allows you to earn a full-time teaching position and salary while you take classes.

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With surprise news of successful advance-ticket sales of beyond $18,000 for Jason's atypical play, the headmaster is reluctant to miss out on the much-needed cash injection. He backtracks and persuades Linda to return and resume directing duties so the play may go on. However, there still remains another slight bone of contention. The school heads require a new ending for the play as they refuse to sanction the current one which they deem to be overly violent. They fear the parents will be outraged by its dark themes of murder and suicide. When Jason feels betrayed and refuses to rewrite the play's ending, Linda is forced to come up with a suitable replacement herself, lest the entire play is a failure. After much soul searching, she manages to write an improved ending which Jason comes around to accepting when he realises the play will be a roaring success.
As students progress through 10th, 11th and 12th grades, they are usually given choices in elective English courses. These can range from studying literature and plays, to analyzing satire and poetry, to public speaking and creative writing. This gives high school English instructors a wide latitude of courses to teach, but it also requires a higher level of curriculum expertise that often requires a master’s degree.

All professors have office hours, and online instructors are no exception. Make sure you know how to help students reach you. Hosting a Google Hangout at the same time every week? Scheduling phone calls as needed? Staying after class with students who have questions? Find out if your program has a policy, or if it’s OK for you to develop your own system for student check-ins. 
Teaching organic chemistry has been a passion of mine for the past eight years. I’m a full time independent chemistry tutor, both worldwide via Skype and locally in Western Massachusetts. In addition to helping hundreds of students all over the world, I have also helped many local students at schools like UMass, Amherst College, Smith College, Mt Holyoke, STCC, HCC, Westfield State, Bay Path, Elms College, AIC and Western New England University.

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I am not an English teacher, but I wanted to be. I started college with dreams due to my experience with my high school English teacher. In college, a professor yelled at me for the content in a persuasive essay. It was a composition class. He said my composition was exemplary, but my content would elicit a response that was too emotional for a reader. He gave me a C. I left his office and changed my major to Sociology. Although I love teaching the subject I teach, there is a gaping hole where English content should be. I find myself purposely seeking interaction with my English content area colleagues. I love assigning readings and papers so that I get to grade as an English teacher would. My advice? Do not allow others to dissuade you from being an English teacher. Do not become a professor who devastates the ambition of an aspiring English teacher. I love what I do, but if I had it to do over again, I would have become an English teacher. Teaching is a gift to your students, their families and yourself. Never lose sight of the privilege and honor it is to be welcomed into the lives of those you teach.
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English teachers should have outstanding vocabularies, with a firm grasp of word pronunciation and spelling and the ability to effortlessly break words down phonetically. They are expected to have a strong command of grammar and sentence structure rules, with a systematic and consistent approach to enforcing them. Grammar guidelines often require a repetitious approach, with a teaching style that balances classroom participation against the needs of individual students if they fall behind.
These little jobs are done by people who log on to a company’s site and choose tasks, which could be as simple as clicking a link. Amazon's Mechanical Turk is one of the most well-known sites of this type. Also, there are crowdsourcing projects, which are similar to data entry, where companies engage an army of virtual workers to each do one small part of a larger project.
Graduates of colleges or universities accredited by the proper regional accrediting association may apply for admission to graduate study at LSUS. Admission is restricted to include only those students whose academic records indicate they can successfully undertake graduate work in the proposed area. Admission to graduate study at LSUS requires that all previously undertaken graduate work meets LSUS academic standards.
You don't need to possess prior teaching experience, a degree in education, or even a college degree, but taking an accredited TEFL certification course is key because it will provide you with a recognized qualification and the skills required for you to get a great job and to succeed as a teacher. Here are some great resources to learn more about your options.

There are a variety of organizations which have set up a volunteer program to help educate students in less fortunate parts of the world. Contact the organization you are interested in and discuss whether there's a match between what they expect from an English teaching volunteer and what you are up for. If you need help finding the right program for you please let us know, we are more than happy to assist you!
Mix one chemistry tutor with one struggling student and what do you get? Success! Tutoring from someone who fits your learning and who knows what your educational needs are can make all the difference in the world for a student. To find that perfect tutor though, you need to create a strategy for your search, rather than just pick someone at random.
The joy of knowledge is being able to share it with others. I have had the opertunity to recieve and Bachelor's of science with a major in a zoology and would love to give back by sharing what I have learned. The most rewarding part of teaching a subject is when you see the concepts click with a student and they really understand a subject and enjoy what they are learning. Through out my time in college I participated in weekly student led, tutoring sessions. I was not only tutored by others by I also tutored other students. And in that time I got to experience a wild variety of teaching styles. I also learned how to apply several. Often stud ... View Profile
Depending on the program you’re working with and the system they have in place, you may have resources available to you for adapting your in-classroom material to an online environment. You may be asked to divide what you’d normally teach in daily hour-long classes into 10 or 12 1.5-hour live sessions with about 20 minutes of “asynchronous” material (i.e., learning materials your students engage with on their own time, like homework).  
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If that’s you, your first step to preparing is familiarizing yourself with the technology you need to instruct the class, including all the functions you may need and actions you’ll perform. Do you know how to present a slideshow? Share your screen? Transfer controls to a student who’s giving a presentation? Check with your tech team to be sure you understand how to perform the basic functions of your class.
Online tutors must be enrolled in (or have graduated) from an American or Canadian college or university and be available to work from 2 p.m. to 1 a.m., Eastern Standard Time. Pay begins at $12 per hour in addition to incentives. Tutors, who are independent contractors must commit to at least 5 hours per week. U.S. residents only. Part-time work available.
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