When I first started working with Chungdahm over a year ago, having never taught before, I learned that kids can complete activities much quicker than you expect. It’s always good to have a short game or craft if you have extra time at the end of class. Here are a few of my favorite games, they are little to no prep and my students love them! They can easily take anywhere from 5 minutes to 30 minutes depending on how much time you have, and they’re great for reviewing key concepts.Read More
Teachers Share their Experiences While Living Abroad!
Now that I have been working for Chungdahm Learning for some time, I find it only appropriate to share some teaching wisdom. There are two concepts that I find to be essential to master in order to be a good Chungdahm teacher (or a good teacher in general) - WH Questions and Cold Calling.Read More
The hot word in education right now is PBL, Project Based Learning.
Chungdahm Learning is taking the lead in Korea with this kind of teaching, with the launch of The Loudest Brain and its facilitated nationwide projects. The idea is that the company will generate some kind of PBL database that will showcase students and teachers ideas on the web. In turn, this will become a place where learners and instructors can go, to grow and learn from one another.Read More
At Chungdahm Learning, Week 1 is where all the magic happens. As a teacher you will know that those first moments are imperative for setting the tone for the rest of the semester. First impressions and introductions go a long way with regards to student management and an active learning environment. The way you handle your students and their behavior on the first day, will go a long way to making your classroom a happy learning environment and your time teaching in Korea a memorable one.Read More
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