A Little Bit of Everything
If you’re like I was, you’re probably scratching your head trying to figure out how to get into teaching English part-time so you can earn some extra money. When I first started, it was pretty much the tail-end of the “wild west,” period for this industry, meaning that if you wanted to teach English, youContinue reading “3 Amazing Online Teaching Jobs for College Students”
Most people in this industry know that there have been a lot of changes going on among pretty much all of the China-based English teaching platforms, and since I’ve just renewed my contract with Qkids, I figured that now is a great time to look back on my experiences, and kind of reflect on howContinue reading “Working for Qkids in 2021: an Honest Review”
Happy Friday! I don’t usually make posts like this, since I’m not a schmoozer, so skip this one if you’d like, but I wanted to pass on an exclusive offer that International Open Academy has decided to do just for my readers! If you’re still looking for a certification, you’re in luck, because they justContinue reading “Exclusive Offer from The Teaching Techy and International Open Academy”
It’s no secret that there aren’t many options for non-native English speakers in this industry, and as much as I hate to say that, it’s true. Online ESL teaching is a cutthroat, arguably discriminatory industry to work in. Finding students is already competitive for native speakers, let alone non-native speakers. However, after a good fewContinue reading “10 English Teaching Jobs for Non-Native English Speakers”
This first month of blogging has been an interesting journey to say the least. It’s put me through the wringer at times, but honestly, I can say I’m proud of what I’ve created. I have a grateful community of readers following my Facebook page, asking questions, and finding guidance. I’ve even managed to make aContinue reading “5 Mistakes I Made in My First Month of Blogging”
Ever since I created my first spreadsheet, 5 Companies That Let You Teach English Without a degree, I noticed that people kept coming up with questions that were unanswered by the sheet itself. And while I’m happy to have provided so much information in a quick, simple format, it wasn’t enough. Looking back on someContinue reading “10 Companies That Let You Teach English Online Without a Degree”
People from South Africa make up about 50% of the readers on The Teaching Techy as of this posting. And while I’m proud to be helping people who are all the way across the globe, I can’t help but feel like I haven’t done enough to specifically help those of my readers in South Africa.Continue reading “3 Companies That Hire South Africans to Teach English”
This is an odd-ball, but this is a question that I’ve gotten a lot. Are there any apps or companies that will let you teach English with your smartphone? Let me preface this by saying I don’t personally recommend that you use your smartphone to teach English if you have access to a good computer.Continue reading “5 Companies That Let You Teach English From Your Smartphone”
I’m going to be really frank with you for a second before you look at my spreadsheet. Or if you don’t want to read my spiel, go ahead and skip past this bit. I think that non-native English speakers are just as capable at teaching English as native speakers. Whether or not you were bornContinue reading “3 English Teaching Jobs for Non-native English Teachers”
With 2021 right around the corner, lots of people will be experiencing change, such as moving, loss of employment, or a change in circumstances. I experienced such a change in 2019 when I moved to a small college town and found myself with very few job opportunities, let alone jobs that would accommodate my classContinue reading “5 Companies That Let You Teach English Without A Degree”
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