Jeremy White, Author at Oxford Seminars Blog
Top Travel Experiences in Latin America

Top Travel Experiences in Latin America

International travelers love to visit Latin America—for good reason! The natural and cultural wonders of this region are perennial draws. If you live in the US or Canada, however, it may be a challenge to find time to visit all of the top attractions. Limited vacation time means that most people have to take several trips to truly experience ...

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6 Questions to Help You Choose Where to Teach Abroad

6 Questions to Help You Choose Where to Teach Abroad

When I talk to prospective ESL teachers interested in going abroad, some already know exactly where they want to go. However, many others are not so sure where to teach abroad. Some are trying to pick between a few top destinations, and others have no idea where they want to go. They’re just excited to travel and teach English abroad. ...

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Teaching English & Exploring Nature in South Korea

Teaching English & Exploring Nature in South Korea

Part 2 in a series about an instructor visiting students while Teaching English abroad Read Part 1 Here When I first started teaching for Oxford Seminars, my wife and I had recently returned from teaching English in Jeonju, South Korea.  The prospective teachers who enrolled in my courses naturally asked me plenty of questions about my experiences there, and many were so impressed ...

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Finding Short-Term Teaching Positions Abroad

Finding Short-term Teaching Positions Abroad

No time to teach English abroad? Think again! Teaching abroad is a life-changing experience.  The chance to live in a distant land, immerse oneself in another culture, and travel from a convenient home-base overseas is quite the opportunity.  While some find the idea of living and working in another country appealing, many of us never take the initiative to do ...

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How my TESOL Certification has helped me travel the world

How My TESOL Certification Has Helped Me Travel The World

This post is the first in a series about an Oxford Seminars TESOL instructor meeting the students he trained on his trips abroad. I have taught with Oxford seminars for nearly a decade.  My favorite thing about training prospective teachers is meeting dozens of new, interesting people every year, each with their own compelling reason for obtaining their TESOL certification.  ...

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