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I don’t know of any online platforms that require teachers to be bilingual, but it’s definitely an asset.

I’ve see quite a few taking advantage of their foreign language skills to connect with students and teach them more effectively, especially beginners who just can’t understand that much English yet.

The English teaching market is massive and growing.

For a lot of people from the US, UK or commonwealth countries, it’s a great way to travel while young and experience more of the world.

At the same time, more and more Japanese students have been joining online learning platforms such as Italki. It still offers pretty all the benefits I got from doing it a decade ago.

But online teaching is growing quickly, which means there are special opportunities for people who jump in now. But you should be able to find some sort of English teaching job online if you: Basically, most people who are reading this article can teach online.

It’s flexible, it’s efficient and it’s also becoming the first place aspiring students look. Or you could move to someplace really inexpensive in Eastern Europe or SE Asia and teach students from first world countries at a salary much higher than you would earn locally.

You swipe to the side to see your friends and list of Stories, just like Snapchat.

When I was running an English school in Taiwan, I had an extensive training system that involved trainees watch dozens of classes, take notes and slowly ease into teaching 5 minute segments, 15 minute segments, full classes and then one week substitutions before being given a class of their own to take over for a full semester.

I gave them feedback and made sure they mastered each skill they needed along the way.

It's the 19th most downloaded free app overall on the i Phone in China, according to research firm App Annie.

The app's Facebook page has over 1.2 million likes.

You swipe to the side to see your friends and list of Stories, just like Snapchat.

When I was running an English school in Taiwan, I had an extensive training system that involved trainees watch dozens of classes, take notes and slowly ease into teaching 5 minute segments, 15 minute segments, full classes and then one week substitutions before being given a class of their own to take over for a full semester.

I gave them feedback and made sure they mastered each skill they needed along the way.

It's the 19th most downloaded free app overall on the i Phone in China, according to research firm App Annie.

The app's Facebook page has over 1.2 million likes.

The only problem: It appears to blatantly rip off Snapchat's features and design.