Why VIPKID lessons need to be ENGAGING and FUN!

Imagine coming home from a long day at school and spending hours on homework. It’s close to bedtime, and you have an English lesson...

How to T.A.L.K. to Your Students

Ahh, the sound of little voices chirping away in English. That’s what every VIPKid teacher–and parent–wants to hear. So, how do we get our...

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...

7 Tips for New VIPKID Teachers!

(Or maybe some new things for Old Teachers) By Teacher Ashley Wallace 7.) Research… and ask questions! Being new in ANY job can be overwhelming, let...

First Few Months With VIPKID

Last July, my husband and I moved from North Jersey, right across the Hudson River from New York City, to Phoenix.  I had a...

The “Take 5” Method

0:00. 0:01. 0:02. 0:03. The clock begins its count up to 25:00, and we launch headfirst into the lesson: Hellos, warm up, review, present,...

From Stay-At-Home Mom to VIPKID Teacher

Morning after morning, I wake up, get my two boys off to school, and then prepare a fun-filled day with my toddler. As we...

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...

70+ VIPKID Teachers Celebrate #NationalFlexDay

Today marks “National Flex Day,” an initiative to promote and celebrate workplace flexibility, and VIPKID is proud to be fostering flexible work arrangements for...

What I Do Between Classes:

Whatever happens between classes, be it a sprint, snack, or scramble, I find the most important thing is to find a way to press...

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