Are you interested in becoming an ESL teacher overseas but nervous about how it will all work once you take the leap and start your new job? Maybe you’ve never taught before and fear the unknown? Or maybe you’re already on the ground and facing some serious setbacks?
Listen–there are always going to be bumps in the road when it comes to teaching. A little bit of teaching anxiety is normal; each day can be a hit-or-miss experience–you’re probably not doing it right if you aren’t experiencing a few hiccups along the way!
Head on over to ESLAuthority for my most recent guest post: Overcoming 2 of the Most Common ESL Teaching Challenges, in which I let you in some of my favorite tips, tricks, and (best of all) games! All for free!
ESLAuthority is also a great jumping off point for those looking to teach abroad. You can find job forums, teaching resources, advice from real teachers like myself, and so much more! Go take a peek if you haven’t already; who knows, it could be that push you’ve been needing to embark on your own ESL adventure!