Entries in tefl (15)

Monday
Oct022017

5 Benefits of Teaching  Abroad

Whether you’re a seasoned traveller, have spent some time studying abroad, or are yet to leave your hometown, teaching abroad is an unmissable experience. It gives you the chance to make a real impact to local communities, all whilst making lifelong friends and either valuable teaching experience or a TEFL Qualification – you get to travel the world and come back with more than you left with, what more can you want? Here are 5 reasons you should teach abroad:

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Tuesday
Jan032017

Top 5 Most Useful Languages To Learn

Learning a language can be difficult but it is well worth the effort as it can improve your career prospects and allows you to live in other countries with ease. We list which languages can be the most useful to learn.

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Wednesday
Nov232016

QUIZ: Where Should You Teach Abroad in 2017?

Are you passionate about teaching and traveling? Than take our quiz to find out where you should travel to give children the best education they deserve www.frontiergap.com

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Wednesday
Nov182015

QUIZ: What Would Make Your CV Stand Out?

Qualifications can enhance any application and boost your CV, and they don’t always have to be boring and tedious – Find out which exciting (and useful!) qualification would complement your CV.

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Tuesday
Oct272015

Why Study Abroad

A student's life is one like no other. Throwing yourself into the unknown to meet new people, study hard and create memories for life will be the best experience of your life. And hey, why not make it that little bit better by taking your studies overseas!

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Friday
Oct232015

A Guide To Choosing Your Perfect Volunteering Adventure

Holidays are coming up, a compulsory internship is part of your course or you might just fancy a career change  – the reasons you may be thinking of volunteering are endless! The journey from the initial idea to being on site as a volunteer is long, confusing at times, and full of pitfalls. It is easy if you just follow simple steps.

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Friday
Oct022015

World Teachers' Day

We may have despised them at times but overall most of us are probably very thankful to our teachers. They have, after all, helped us get to where we are now. All over the world, teachers shape students and the future generation!

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Wednesday
Oct012014

Responsible and Sustainable Tourism: How to Travel Conscientiously

Being both a sustainable and responsible tourist is something any would-be traveller should consider, and is most certainly important to the future of our planet.

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Thursday
Mar272014

Qualification Focus - BTEC Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language

In the first few instalments of Sam’s monthly blog, he’ll be focusing on each of the three Frontier qualifications that we offer. 

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Tuesday
Sep032013

Thirsting for knowledge: The challenge of educating girls  

Good quality education is recognised as a vital tool for the economic and social growth of a country.

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Tuesday
Jun182013

Project of the week – China opportunities

Teaching English to friendly children whilst living in China will leave volunteers with some fantastic memories of having done something hugely worthwhile, and hopefully with a good grasp on a new language as well.

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Wednesday
May012013

TEFL Opportunities 

Teaching English as a Foreign Language allows you to travel and see new places, while doing something fantastic and worthwhile.

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Tuesday
Apr302013

Project of the Week: Ghana Teaching

Frontier's Ghana Teaching project will give you a real sense of the country – surrounded by the beautiful countryside and friendly culture of the local people you can help underprivileged children do something special with their lives.

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Tuesday
Apr232013

TEFL Bloggers

We’re always looking for more excellent resources our volunteers might find useful and we recently came across this gem of a site!

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Friday
Sep072012

Project of the Week: Cambodia Teaching Projects

After a difficult political history Cambodia is still in need of volunteer aid in its education system. As a result, Into The Wild takes a look this week into why teaching is a great way to get to know a country and what Frontier’s Cambodia projects have to offer.

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