Things have ben going well lately with Teaching in Asia: Tales and the Real Deal.My book about teaching in South Korea and Japan went live a few weeks ago and there has been a great response!
I plan to do some interesting things with this blog in the coming weeks and months. I will of course inform you of news about the book as well as write posts giving teacher tips and lesson ideas. I also plan to do a series where I interview teachers living both in Japan and Korea. I will also talk to educators around the world. I will ask them about their experiences inside and out of classrooms around the world. I will also ask them to share advice with aspiring ESL teachers.
Here is a video I made last year about teaching adults:
You can get your copy today! Just download it from the Amazon Kindle Store here! For now it is only an eBook. I am looking into paper versions, but honestly, as a self-published writer, I don’t think I can afford that route for now.
REMEMBER…if you don’t have a Kindle, you can still read it! Download a free Kindle reader for your PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad or Android device here.
I have recorded 2 episodes of a podcast on Sound Cloud about the book!
Listen to Teaching in Asia: The Podcast!
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).