Teaching English Abroad in China

Teaching English overseas may sound like exciting experience, but it also has certain drawbacks. In this article, we’ll discuss how people live and teach...

Jobs for Former & Retired Teachers

Sooner or later experts in all different fields start thinking about career changes, and classroom teachers are no exception. Retired teachers can also search...

Weekend Series —- Memorable Moments at VIPKID (III)

If you missed our memorable stories, check the previous posts. They were pretty funny. And awkward. By Michelle Tang Part Three --- The Cute Moments   “I have...

VIPKID: Family and Opportunity

By teacher Beth K. My family is a VIPKID family; my little family of 4 people and 1 dog, tucked on the side of a hill...

Feedback- An Opportunity to Build Lasting Relationships

You have fully prepared and executed a fantastic lesson- complete with engaging props, high energy, smiles enough to make your mouth hurt, and plenty...

Don’t Panic, but My First Class is Tomorrow!

Tomorrow is my first class—a zero level class with a kid named Michael. I feel like I’ve never swam before, and now I’m jumping...

A Learning Philosophy to Follow

I’m that teacher who loves to makes funny faces with her students, to sing funny songs and to do crazy dance movements every time...

5 Effective Ways to Engage Students and Prepare for classes

I have a lot of experience teaching ESL and I have a Ph.D. in teaching English as a Second Language, BUT there are some...

The Beautiful Truth About Trial Classes

Imagine yourself, sitting at home relaxing in front of the television. You’re watching your favorite television show and all of a sudden, commercial time....

Teaching Tip: Notice the Good by Naming the Behavior

“Great job!” “Awesome!” “You are amazing!” Don’t you like to hear those words when you’re working hard? I know I do. I definitely know children do....

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