Teaching in Asia: Disorganized Schools
When teaching in Asia, there can at times be risks. While many schools are managed well, have decent curriculums and are financially stable, some are anything but that!
This is a video I made about working at a very disorganized school in South Korea. I only worked at the school for one year and soon there after it went out of business. The owner was a very nice man, but certainly not a businessman!
I write about this story in Teaching in Asia: Tales and the Real Deal (available soon on the Amazon Kindle Store).
Posted on March 15, 2012, in Uncategorized and tagged Asia, English teacher, ESL, Japan, Korea, teach English, teaching, Teaching in Asia: Tales and the Real Deal, teaching in japan, teaching in south korea. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.