As many of you will know, I recently completed my PhD– whoop whoop! What many of you might not know, however, is what I was actually writing about for three years! Through my PhD research I introduced a new concept- TEFL tourism (How many of you can say you’ve done that, huh?). My inspiration stemmed […]
You may have seen my posts about TEFL tourism which was the focus of my PhD research, where the tourist teaches English as a foreign language. This week I bring to you a different perspective about language learning while travelling. This post is written by Jamie, who emphasises the importance and value of learning the local language while you […]
If you follow the blog regularly you will know that I have recently completed my PhD research and am now starting to publish papers along with my forthcoming book to be published by CABI addressing the concept of TEFL Tourism (if you don’t follow the blog regularly then you know now!). As part of my means […]
This post has moved to my new blog dedicated to TEFL tourism! You can fine it here
This post has moved to my new website dedicated specifically to TEFL tourism! You can fin it here.
Ok, I can just about say a few words in Thai, I’m not going to pretend I can spell it too….but my best attempt of the above translates into “I am a teacher”. And I certainly am. Compared to many, I haven’t been teaching long at all. But compared to some I am an expert. […]
This post has moved to my new website dedicated to TEFL tourism! Click here to read it.
Sitting at my desk, overlooking the beautiful Thai coastal landscape and enjoying the warm sun shining through the window, I wondered why it had taken me so long to become an ESL Teacher in Thailand. I was in the land of smiles, and I certainly had a big smile on my face. I was excited […]
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