Category Archives: Blacklists

The TEFL ‘Catch 22′ and how we can escape it (part one)

A couple of recent Alex Case articles have addressed the issue of pay in TEFL and its implications. I greatly enjoy Alex’s blog, as those of you who come here regularly will know, but I feel I needed to respond … Continue reading

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The Wade Robins comedy column: ‘Make Your Carrier In Teaching Overseas’

There are many people churning out articles on the web, some for whose English is, quite frankly, not up to the task. The reason for doing this is to basically write on a particular subject and then add links within … Continue reading

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What happened to 'Football Culture'?

No, I’m not talking about the changes in soccer over the past decade or so caused by the huge influx of television money. I’m actually referring to the British Council website of the same name. I originally stumbled across Football … Continue reading

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Schools Blacklisting Teachers?

We all know of the practice of teachers warning others about dodgy schools, don’t we? Quite rightly, there is an ever increasing network of sources on the net warning teachers about the places not to go, the TEFL Blacklist being … Continue reading

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