Rockin’ It

Just imagine— you’re singing for an audience every day. They sing along with you. They call out your name. You are reaching people all...

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...

The Firemen are Real

In mid October, teacher Beth joined the VIPKID team from her wonderful home classroom on the East Coast of Canada. Almost immediately she began...

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...

Bonding Over Punctuation

By teacher Noah G. Coming from the background of a home-room teacher in large population schools, the transition to single-student tutoring through VIPKID came as...

Optimizing Incentives

It’s hard enough to implement incentives in a classroom, but it’s infinitely harder for us VIPKID teachers. We don’t have a traditional classroom with...

George, an Unforgettable Student

  VIPKID has no shortage of polite, well-behaved, and well-mannered students, and that includes Trial students. However, I’m not going to talk about them today....

10 Ways You Know You’re a VIPKID Teacher

You know you are a VIPKID teacher when… By Stephanie T. You now look great in the color orange, or at least you tell yourself you...

Silence isn’t always golden

We’ve all been there. It’s your first day of teaching and you’re starry-eyed. You’re nervous, but you know better than to let that show...

5 Tips to Sloooow Dooown in the Classroom (and in Life...

By Vanessa Tolino I talk fast.  I’m from the East Coast of the US and lived in New York City for many years - fast...

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