Teaching ESL Online

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Posts by Teaching ESL Online

Justin Murray on Connecting English Learners, Building an Audience, and Solving Problems

What would you do if Facebook deleted your group with over 120,000 English learners? That happened to Real Life English (RLE), and one of the […]

Andrea Giordano on Teaching Online and Selling Products

Joining Teaching ESL Online in this latest interview is Andrea Giordano from ESL Basics. Andrea and I recently collaborated on a video together and, after […]

Jason R. Levine: Teaching English through Music, Travelling, and Helping Learners Do More in English

Jason R. Levine is an English teacher who travels the world performing songs he has written specifically for English learners. In the interview, we talk […]

Shayna Oliveira Shares Her Story of How She Built Espresso English in Her Spare Time

One of the biggest challenges for teachers moving online is finding the time to get things moving. Shayna, from Espresso English, shares how she built […]

How to Teach Phrasal Verbs by James Heywood

This is a guest post from James Heywood at Off2Class. Take it away James… Teaching phrasal verbs is an inevitable step as students gain proficiency […]

The Advantages and Challenges of Teaching Online

The following is a guest post by Elena Mutonono. You can find out more about Elena at the bottom of the post. Take it away […]

How to Deal with Learners who Want Everything for Free

The following is a guest post from Rob Howard. Take it away, Rob… How many of you have ever been introduced as an English teacher […]

How To Get New Students through Blogging

Note: the following is a guest post by Shanthi Cumaraswamy Streat… As online teachers, you are already used to the online world and all that […]

The Three Biggest Reasons Students Dump Their Teachers

The following is a guest post by Ryan Viguerie. Take it away Ryan… “So why did you choose me?” Every student who walks through my […]

James Taylor Interview: Blogging, Twitter, English Teaching Methods, Non-Native Teachers and More!

James Taylor is one of the busiest English teachers I know. He has a lot going on and he is heavily involved in ELT, both […]

Should I Put My Podcast Episodes on YouTube? (Shocking Stats from My Channel)

Today, we’re going to go through whether you should put podcast episodes on YouTube. I’m going to share some incredible stats from my YouTube channel […]

Shortcoder: Try this Useful WordPress Plugin (Create Shortcodes for Anything)

Today, I’m going to show you a WordPress plugin that I think you should try. It took me a long time to find this. When […]

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