4 Things you Learn Teaching English Abroad in English Teaching Jobs

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4 Things you Learn Teaching English Abroad in English Teaching Jobs

4 Things you Learn Teaching English Abroad in English Teaching Jobs

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English teaching jobs abroad are exciting. One minute you’re newly graduated from college in the midst of completing your TEFL course, and the next you’re in a new and exotic country jumping off waterfalls, riding scooters, and eating scorpions. Most people who spend time at an English teaching job in a foreign country consider it a time of intense learning and personal growth. Being a TEFL teacher requires a tremendous amount of courage, resourcefulness, and stepping out of one’s comfort zone in sometimes incredible amounts. You will undoubtedly learn a lot of practical skills during an English teaching job abroad, like perhaps a bit of a new language, how to dive, ride a motorbike, or cook a strange vegetable. But even more importantly, you will learn deep life lessons that you will carry with you for the rest of your life; something far more valuable than any practical skills you might acquire.

Your Teachers Were Watching the Clock Just as Hard as You Were

 When you are a child in school, you undoubtedly glanced over at the clock every five agonizing minutes just waiting and willing them to go faster. Math was a drag, and all you could do was count down the minutes until you were free for that glorious lunch hour.

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