Living and teaching in Japan can be a disorienting experience; for most new English teachers in Japan, the cultural gaps may seem insurmountable. To learn how to adjust to life teaching abroad in Japan, take these steps and you'll feel more integrated in no time.
One of the scariest aspects of being a new teacher is meeting parents -- the same is true even if you've been teaching for years! Learn about when you might interact with parents while teaching abroad, situations where this occurs, and how to manage these interactions.
Japan is a fantastic destination for teaching abroad, with futuristic experiences, cultural immersion, and some of the world's most interesting foods. It can also be shocking, especially during long-term teaching placements. Here are tips from a fellow teacher to help you manage...
You know you want to teach abroad, and then you hear the dreaded words: "demo class." Here's everything you need to know: learn what demo classes really are, how to prepare for one, and how to ace a demo class.
When you decide to teach abroad, you might wonder: Do I really need a recruiter to land a job teaching abroad? Learn more about recruiters, what they do, and when to use one to find a placement teaching abroad.
As a new teacher, you may be surprised to learn how big a classroom of student you're expected to teach. Never fear! Our teach abroad experts have tips to help you manage a large classroom while teaching abroad.
Classroom management is both an art and science. As a new teacher, you may worry about how to manage your classroom. Follow these helpful tips on classroom management to create a successful educational environment.