Elementary or Secondary ESL Teacher
Work in a team to deliver an immersive, interactive, and engaging ESL program based on the Ontario curriculum combined with Taiwanese curriculum. Grades 1 to 12 positions available.
Elementary ESL Teacher
Work in a team to deliver an immersive, interactive, and engaging ESL program based on the Ontario curriculum combined with Taiwanese curriculum. Grades 1 to 6 positions available.
Job fair dates for 2022 are now live!
Attend a fair to learn more about our Ontario-based ESL program, meet with program principals, and ask your questions about teaching abroad in Taiwan or Shanghai. We have full-time positions for both elementary and secondary teachers. This year, most fairs will take place virtually.
Do you have some essential classroom items that you can’t imagine teaching without? We sure do! For our Ontario-based ESL program, we aim to recreate a classroom environment for students that would be similar to what they would experience in schools in Canada. While teachers have the freedom to make their classrooms their own to reflect their individual teaching style, there are some key elements that you’ll consistently find in each of our ESL classrooms across the program. Walk into an ESL classroom at any of our partner schools, and here are 10 essential elements that you are sure to spot.
Saying goodbye to students is a bittersweet experience. The sweetness stems from seeing them successfully reach the end of a year-long journey, one filled with personal and academic growth. The bitterness bleeds from carving the word "former" in front of "students". These six letters represent the sobering realization that future reunions, no matter how joyful, won't replicate bygone days: the ordinary yet precious experience of seeing this particular cohort of bright-eyed students gathered together in our classroom for a regular day of class. That time has passed, run out, expired - preserved only in imperfect memories and paper trails.
Going to see a doctor or dentist can be a nerve-wracking experience under any circumstances. Move to a new country, where you’re unfamiliar with the environment and the local language, and anxieties are amplified. Personally, hospital visits of any kind have always made my stomach churn and, when I first moved overseas, it was something I earnestly prayed that, as a relatively fit and healthy young person, I would be able to avoid as much as possible.