8 Ways to Get Noticed and Hired as an ESL Instructor

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So you’ve just finished college and landed your first probationary assignment as an ESL instructor. You enjoy teaching and your class, but you remain concerned on whether you’ll

Judith Morais‘s insight:

The suggestions offered in this entry are not specific to what ESL teachers could do. Disappointing in that way because there must be more recognition of the fact that ESL learners’ needs must be addressed in specific ways. The tips are good however for any teacher looking to make their craft more visible to administrative teams.

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