$trictly 4 my T.E.A.C.H.E.R.Z. was created with the idea of making a different kind of English teaching blog. One that presents quality materials but with a little extra added flavor. With a little swag, if I may say so. Hence the blinged-out banner at the top of the page.
Comments, positive and negative about life in general and life in one of the world's only living museums, otherwise known as Italy. Ever wondered what it's really like to live in a place in which modern and monumental collide? If so, I hope this blog may enlighten you.
A blog about Dave Sperling founder of the ESL Cafe. A large number of posts on his site seem to disappear without trace. This is an attempt to redress the balance and expose all those fraudulent EFL/ESL schools around the world out to rip off teachers.
Traditionally people moved from Poland to England, however I've always liked to do things differently. Find out here what a young, ex-Tesco manager, failed poet and one time potential spy, gets up to when he decides to find adventure in Eastern Europe.
I'm a newbie so this blog will appeal to other TEFL newbies or people contemplating the jump
Here are some regrettably true stories from the dark underbelly of English teaching, as experienced by English Teacher X over his eight-year career. The names have all been changed to protect the innocent. Although few of the people mentioned are innocent by any definition whatsoever.
I blog about English teaching in Japan with an emphasis on teacher training. Quite often, though, I will blog about anything that comes to mind. I am really not as serious a guy as I appear. Class blogging sites and students' blogs will also be linked here.
As a dedicated learner, I am committed to and very serious about my role as a teacher. I love my job but it often drives me crazy. My intention with this blog is to give people access to the world inhabitated by teachers and their students, to vent my many frustrations and furies, and to give everyone with an interest in education an idea of what is really going on in our schools.