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Alisa Miller of Teaching Tips.com has written an article/put together a list of resources called "100+ Tips and Resources for Teaching Abroad." An excerpt from her text follows:
Teaching abroad is a popular way to see the world and make some money. Whether you are a graduate right out of college, a retiree who is looking for adventure, or you’ve decided to make a change mid-career, teaching English overseas is easily obtainable. The following resources and tips range from how to find a teaching job to learning the differences between the types of schools to resources for travel and teaching. Read below to find . . .
Click HERE to read the full article
Posted by lhobbs at June 21, 2008 02:26 PM
I was reading an old student assignment 'proposal' and noticed that one student about 2 years ago did a research project on the Percussive Arts Society International Convention. He posted under the name 'Vince'. I'm doing research on the history of this convention for a summer course, and wanted to try and possibly get in contact with 'Vince' and maybe talk about his research. I haven't found any other research done on the subject, so figured contacting him might be worth a shot. Did he go through with the project? Do you still have an email address where I might contact him?
Geoff, I'll check and email you back in a private email. He may still be a student at IUP.
Posted by: Geoff Wilkins at July 30, 2008 05:53 PM
your blog is interesting
im a teacher in Malaysia. Im doing a research on how other teachers from other parts of the world carry out their lesson. if u dont mind, can u share some of your experience on how your teach your students?What approaches u use ? what type of students you have and hoe do u use technology in ur class. Its my pleasure if you can share..
Welcome to my blog and thank you for reading. I don't mind answering your questions at all. Rather than use a "teacher" or "student" centered approach to teaching, I use the "learning-centered" approach and try very much to encourage a love of lifelong, self-motivated learning in students. I teach undergraduate students at the postsecondary level from very diverse ethnic, cultural, linguistic, and geographical backgrounds and the literature and writing I teach is designed for improving "English for Academic Purposes" or EAP. I do use technology in the classroom but I don't let it overpower the class meetings. I usually create assignments that require the use of technology OUTSIDE of the classroom rather than IN the classroom. I hope this helps!
Posted by: iza at August 16, 2008 01:18 AM
thanks a lot for your comments.
Posted by: iza at August 20, 2008 12:44 PM
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