Teach English through online apps

Teaching a little closer to home

A TEFL qualification can take you places. It might be to the sizzling Dubai skylines, or zipping through the bike-crammed streets of Vietnam. But did you know your TEFL can also come in handy a little closer to home? When we think of online teaching, we may think of a stern teacher barking instructions through…

TEFL Org UK Director shortlisted in three categories at IoD Scotland Awards

TEFL Org UK Managing Director, Jennifer Mackenzie-Hallwood, has been nominated in the categories of ‘Medium Business Director’, ‘Female Director’ and ‘Highlands and Islands Director’ at the Institute of Directors Scotland Awards. The awards celebrate Scotland’s diverse business life by applauding those individuals whose creativity, leadership and responsible business practices have led to success for their…

TEFL Org UK shortlisted for two Scottish Export Awards

TEFL Org UK Shortlisted For Two Scottish Export Awards

We’ve been shortlisted for not only one, but two awards at the prestigious Scottish Export Awards! The first award we are up for is E-commerce exporter of the year. Along with four other Scottish companies in this category, TEFL Org UK has shown increased brand awareness, expansion into new markets and export growth potential. The second award, Micro exporter…

Cat in China

Teaching off the beaten track in China

Before deciding to teach TEFL in China, I had already taken a few tourist trips to the country’s main attractions. I’d wandered the scarlet passageways of Beijing’s Forbidden City, puffed and panted my way up the Great Wall, and held my selfie stick aloft to capture Shanghai’s numerous skyscrapers stacked together like pipes on a…

Charity of the Year 2017: Mary’s Meals

TEFL Org UK is delighted to announce Mary’s Meals as its Charity of the Year for 2017. Mary’s Meals is a global movement that believes every child in our world of plenty should be able to receive one daily meal in a place of education. By setting up and running school feeding programmes in some…

Grammar Dominoes [Teaching Tip]

Here’s an activity you can use for first, second or third conditional. I’ll use third conditional for this example; Dominoes; put the tables in two rows, and split the class in half. Hand out pieces of paper with half sentences written on them to each team. Make sure you have; the beginning of the sentence…