Teaching abroad has amazing potential to changes lives. Living among different people, learning their traditions and speaking their language can expand horizons like nothing else. Growth most often involves challenges, and as our instructor Corinne Toffan explains, culture shock is one of them.
Culture shock isn’t a unique phenomenon – it happens to everyone. From one of our instructors explaining his culture shock while teaching ESL in South Korea to the wild and crazy foods you can eat that might be less than appealing, everyone experiences it to one degree or another. There are, however, ways you can combat it. Corinne Toffan explains in this video:
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