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Teachers of English in Korea devoted their weekend to professional development.

10 Secrets to Landing a Korean University Job Teaching English

Teaching English at a Korean university is one of the best ESL jobs on the planet. With almost 400 colleges in the country, why aren’t you working at one?

Sexy English Lesson Plan: Origami Butterfly & Imperitives Mashup

Sexy English Lesson Plan: Origami Butterfly & Imperitives Mashup

Teach English writing, speaking, and listening with this simple and fun lesson plan.

11 Steps to Effective ESL Lesson Planning

11 Steps to Effective ESL Lesson Planning

Learn the keys to creating the most important part of any ESL lesson: the plan.

Korea Changes E2 Visa Process: FBI Background Check How To

Korea Changes E2 Visa Process: FBI Background Check How To

As of January 2011 you can’t get or renew an E2 visa to teach English in Korea without a nation-wide background check. Here is how to get your FBI criminal record check in 5 easy steps.

English Mania Grips World

English Mania Grips World

Like it or not, English is sweeping across the world. Some say English is a tool used by America and England to “colonize” the world. Others see it as the dawn of a new era when people from around the globe will have a common language to promote cultural understanding and solve some of the […]

Q&A With Dr. David Noonan at 2010 PAC-KOTESOL Conference

Q&A With Dr. David Noonan at 2010 PAC-KOTESOL Conference

Dr. David Nunan, Academic President of Anaheim University and best selling author talks about the latest changes and trends in English language teaching.

English Teachers Reflect On Changing Role in Globalization Age

English Teachers Reflect On Changing Role in Globalization Age

Is it possible that Korea will no longer hire native English teachers in the near future? Take a look at what teachers were talking about at the latest KOTESOL conference.

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