Our English courses (both, iBilingual and i2 Kiddo) are based on an award-winning curriculum, detailing the content that needs to be taught and offering clear aims for each class. This provides our teachers with ample support in planning their lesson as well as the freedom to execute it according to various teaching styles. Each campus has a huge variety of teachingresources, such as toys, games, flashcards, crafts, worksheets, digital packs, and other materials that can support you in delivering effective and engaging lessons.
PBL originates from Finland and involves students developing languageskills through exploration. It’s a known fact that students learn faster by putting their knowledge into practice. We’ve incorporated this approach into our iBilingual syllabus. You’ll often find students and teachers participating in non-traditional teaching activities on weekends, like camping, making pizza, canoeing, playing baseball, or even flying a helicopter. It’s just as exciting for teachers as it is for students. You will become an expert at PBL through our regular academictraining and weekly PBL activities, and have loads of fun in the process.
You’ll teach students aged 3 – 12 years old who are energetic and ready to have fun in the classroom. Even though this age range seems to be a bit challenging for those who have never worked with such students before, you shouldn’t doubt your potential. As a teacher, you will definitely find your way how to interact effectively with your students. You will be amazed at how quickly learners of this age get used to the rules you set up and how soon they progress in acquiring a new language with you! Teaching such young students will be a rewarding experience to you – you will find a joy to see how your smallstudents learn from you, laugh with you, copy you, attach to you and grow up with you!
We value real friendship and positive experiences, and that’s why we help you achieve both. Throughout the year, we have regular workshops, regional training, and team-building activities where teachers get to meet one another and grow their circle of friends. If you consider yourself a performer, we also have an annual party where teachers get to showcase their talents. Each campus becomes a family away from home to most teachers, and you will often find teachers getting together on their days off, or after work, for dinner, a hike, exploring the city, or karaoke. We also have WeChat groups for teachers in different regions, so help is simply a text away.