Teach English Online: How to Create a Killer Cover Letter

Read Time: 6 Minutes

By Lynda Galea

Dust off that old cover letter you have sitting around on your desktop - it's time to give it a facelift! Cover letters are usually boring, bland and if you're anything like a majority of the job-seeking market, you send the same one around to every company you apply to... but that's about to change! Enter, a cover letter tailored specifically for that teaching English online job and school you want to apply to work at. You're about to knock their socks off!

Teach English Online: How to Create a Killer Resume

Read Time: 6 Minutes

By Lynda Galea

Thinking about making the move to teaching English online? Got an old resume lost amongst a sea of icons on your desktop that you haven’t updated in a few months, or better yet, years?! Great – you can use this as a starting point, but to really stand out from the crowd, you’re going to want to tailor your resume to focus specifically on teaching English online and strengthen your chance of getting noticed.

9 Tips for Staying Healthy While Teaching English Online

By Lynda Galea

Teaching English online from the comfort of your home (or from a remote location while traveling) can present a unique set of challenges, especially when it comes to your health.

In theory, it should be easier to remain healthy when you’re teaching English online from home, right? No tempting office snacks, no one bringing in donuts or cake, you can cook nutritious meals when you get hungry and you can work out whenever you want!

6 Essential Supplies & Classroom Props for Teaching English Online

By Lynda Galea

The equipment and props you use to teach English online can make all the difference between a mediocre teaching experience and classroom setup, or a great one.

Other than a computer/laptop with a good webcam and a reliable internet connection, some other supplies and props you should consider investing in include...