[Video] Teach English in Asia - Ambassador Facebook Live

Are you interested in teaching English in Asia?

We've got you covered! In this video, ITA Ambassadors Summer, Amanda and Amber share their experience living and teaching in Thailand, Japan and online in Asia. Watch them talk about their TEFL certification course, why they decided to teach English in Asia, how they found their teaching job, making friends, visa processes and more! 

[Ambassador Video] Instagram Takeover: Teaching English in Kumamoto, Japan with Kelsie Foster

ITA Alumni Ambassador, Kelsie Foster, takes over the ITA Instagram Story to show us a day in her life living and teaching English in Kumamoto, Japan. 

[Video] Ambassador Instagram Takeover: Teaching English in Kyoto, Japan with Charlotte Cathey

ITA Alumni Ambassador, Charlotte Cathey, takes over the ITA Instagram Story to show us what a day of summer break looks like for an ESL teacher in Kyoto, Japan.

 

[Ambassador Video] Instagram Takeover: Teaching English in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam with Laura Nalin

ITA Alumni Ambassador, Laura Nalin, takes over the ITA Instagram Story to show us a day in her life living and teaching English in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. She gives plenty of great insider tips you won't want to miss if you plan on moving here in the future!

 

[Ambassador Video] Instagram Takeover: Teaching English in Kumamoto, Japan

ITA Alumni Ambassador, Kelsie Foster, takes over the ITA Instagram Story to show us a day in her life living and teaching English in Kumamoto, Japan. 

How To Not Suck: A Guide for the Casual English Teacher Abroad

By: Jonathan Ogden

 

"Tick-tock, tick-tock, rock and roll! What time is it!?

It’s one oh five it’s one oh five, let’s play basketball!"

Our school’s bell cycles through several songs from our curriculum. That particular ditty is from our Hip Hip Hooray Level, a set of course books that we use to teach kids about six to ten years old. Tamzin’s desk is right next to mine in the office, she breathes an airy sigh as she drops into the chair next to me. “I hate children.” She says with a smile.