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Qualities and Habits of Veteran Teachers

Teaching is one of the most difficult professions. But it’s also one of the most important. Besides parents, teachers are prominent and influential figures...

New ways to think about differentiating...

On January 29, VIPKid hosted a webinar on EdWeb.net titled “Differentiate Your Teaching for ESL Students: Sensory Instruction for Motivation” with Dr Alex Monceaux....

How to Get a Job Teaching...

Teach English in Vietnam Why teach English? English is a widely spoken language in many countries around the globe. It is an international language and is...

How to Get a Job Teaching...

Teach English in Russia Why teach English? Perhaps you’re looking to establish your own teaching career but teaching English sounds severely mundane to you? But it...

How to Get a Job Teaching...

Teach English in Germany Introduction There is no denying the fact that a person’s ability to communicate in English is fast becoming paramount at the...

Opening New Doors: Meet VIPKid Teacher...

We are continually surprised by the countless different ways that online teaching affects our different teachers. For Teacher Edison, VIPKid has opened a few...

Everything You Need to Know About...

Although much of the world celebrated the coming of 2019 about a month ago, the new year has yet to begin in China. The...

ESL Classroom English Games for Teaching

The importance of language learning games for teaching English simply cannot be overlooked. Their popularity, in recent times, has increased manifold as they have...

Where in the World are VIPKid...

We're back with the Where in the World are VIPKid Teachers? series, in which we highlight members of our amazing teacher community around the world. From the...

VIPKid Teachers’ Favorite Words to Teach

The English language has diverse cultural origins, including common words like shampoo (Hindi), waltz (German) and apricot (Arabic). In fact, did you know the word ketchup comes...