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The TCT Teachers License | Khurusapha Requirements 2021

Many have heard about EFL teachers in Thailand panicking about the ‘teacher license’. The reason for the panic is because teachers are unaware of what is required to obtain one. Thankfully, the situation has become clearer over the last year few years. What is the TCT? The TCT stands for The Teachers Council of Thailand. It … Read more

Paid TEFL Internship – 2 Weeks Onsite Training with accommodation plus 4-5 Month Teaching Placement

SEE TEFL offers a 4-5 month placement for PAID full-time English Teaching in Central and Northern Thailand — 2 weeks of TEFL training at our training school in Chiang Mai + accommodation (while training) included. At the end of the placement period participants receive TEFL certification. These teacher training + paid internships are offered twice … Read more

PPP TEFL Teaching Methodology

What is Presentation, practice and production (PPP)? During your SEE TEFL certification course you will become more familiar with an established methodology for teaching English as a foreign language known as 3Ps or PPP – presentation, practice, production. The PPP method could be characterized as a common-sense approach to teaching as it consists of 3 stages that most people who have learnt how to do anything will be … Read more

Fundraising for TEFL Training

Some people may have not have the funds to take a TEFL course, travel the world, volunteer and earn a living Teaching English. Fundraising allows people who could not normally afford the adventure of world travel to do so. There are several ways of fundraising, including crowdfunding, sponsorship, and various kinds of fundraising events . … Read more

Chiang Mai Wat Ket Neighborhood

I was sitting in a small garden coffee shop just behind my school sipping a cooling iced-coffee yesterday afternoon, when I started to think about the area surrounding me. Its history is the history of foreigners in Chiang Mai, as this area is where the first foreigners settled, lived and worked in the late nineteenth … Read more

Teaching Jobs in Chiang Mai

Over the last 12 years Chiang Mai has become one of the most popular expat cities in Thailand and Southeast Asia. It blends tradition with history, culture, delicious food, friendly locals and spectacular scenery. Compared to most Western cities, the cost of living is amazingly low. Therefore, it’s hardly surprising that this city has also … Read more

Foreign Teachers and the ASEAN EC

In November 2010, the then Education Minister, Mr. Chinnaworn Boonyakiat, delivered a lecture to members of the Thai senate in relation to _Thailand’s Educational Preparation for ASEAN Community in 2015. He admitted that in the past, Thailand had no clear plan relating to the development of the country’s education system. In addition, Thai students had … Read more

Royal Flora Ratchaphreuk, Chiang Mai

I spent a beautiful and enjoyable day recently at the Royal Flora Ratchaphreuk horticultural exposition in Chiang Mai. It’s a mix of pavilions, gardens, events and activities all nestled into a small valley off the irrigation road around 15km south of the city. Arrival at Royal Flora Arriving at these sorts of places I am … Read more