Teaching in Korea has been some of the best years of my adult life. Coming into the New Year, I took time to reflect on why I have decided to stay so long. As I was talking to my friends about our resolutions, I thought about the good times that I’ve had while living in Seoul. I would think that after working for ChungDahm and at the same location for four years that I would be tired of teaching. Truthfully, at times like any other job, it can be stressful but I truly feel the positives have outweighed the negatives. Here are some thoughts I would like to share with everyone so that we, as teachers, and our students can stay motivated in 2016.Read More
Teachers Share their Experiences While Living Abroad!
When I first arrived to teach English in Korea, I was worried about how much Korean would be spoken in the classroom. To my relief, here at Chungdahm, there should be no Korean spoken in the classroom. While this is a constant battle, here are a few tips to help keep an English only classroom.