Teach TESOL OnlineTalkilla Education Published: November 23, 2015
Talkilla Education Inc. is a leading online English school who provides high-quality and professional English training service to Chinese K12 students. Talkilla has proven to be a great bridge between K12 students/parents and TESOL teachers to ensure satisfactions from both teachers and students.
Here is what one of our teachers says about Talkilla:
"English education poses many unique challenges for teachers and students alike. Talkilla alleviates these challenges by offering a variety of useful tools and resources that teachers can use to give the best education, catering to the needs of each individual student. They actively encourage teachers to take an interest in their students beyond the lessons. In this unique and flexible environment, I have become personally connected to each of my students, invested in their lives and their education. Learning about students’ hobbies and interests keeps every lesson engaging and exciting, for both me and the students.
It is clear to me that Talkilla’s number one priority is providing the best education for students in a comfortable environment. I am confident that the combination of the relaxed atmosphere, the useful resources, and the caring professionals provides students with the best learning experience possible. I feel so lucky and appreciative to have the opportunity to be part of the Talkilla team." - Daniel Gallagher
Criteria and requirements:
- Native English speakers from United States of America, Canada or United Kingdom;
- Holding university or college degree with a certificate of TESOL or equivalent;
- Being passionate with teaching language and helping others;
- Being able to teach online in the evenings (between 6~10 pm) weekdays and/or daytime of weekends Beijing time.
Materials needed to Apply
If you are interested in this part-time job, please feel free to send your resume and a short video of your your self-introduction to us.
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