3 Reasons Why We Should Attract More International Students

From school year 2005/06 to 2015/16, the number of international students in the USA has grown from 564,766 to 1,043,839. These counts include international students from both public and private institutions. Is the growth of this number a good or a bad thing? Opponents would say that a greater number of international students meant more competition for our domestic students.
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Tips to Help You through Your First Month on a TEFL Job

On a scale from 1 to 10, how confusing is your first job? You just got out of college, but you have to deal with real-life responsibilities – bills, budgeting, and tons of daily tasks that require full attention. When you’re dealing with students, stress levels get really high.

TEFL jobs are fun and noble! You help your students surpass different obstacles on the path towards fluency, and they will be forever grateful if you play the role of a teacher well enough. However, the first month on a TEFL job can get really intimidating.

I worked as an EFL teacher in South Korea for almost two years. The confused faces of my students were cute, but they challenged me in ways I never predicted. I was shocked by the new culture, language, and way of life, so it took quite some time for me to adapt my lifestyle to those surroundings. After a long period of adaptation, I finally learned how to enjoy the experience.
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