Sunday, January 13, 2013

Have you taught English in Asia? I need your help!

As you know, I have taught English as a Foreign Language (EFL) in Asia - both in East Asia (South Korea) and in Central Asia (Kyrgyzstan). Some of my grad school classmates and I are working on a project that we hope to present later this year at a TESOL conference. The focus is on native and non-native English speaking teachers of EFL.... and we need your help!

If you are now (or have been) a teacher of EFL in Asia (and are either a native or non-native English speaker) please CLICK HERE and take this survey. Also, no worries - it's completely confidential. (Sometimes it takes a little longer than normal for the survey to load, so please be patient.) When you are finished, I'd love it if you'd share this survey with your EFL teaching colleagues, both native and non-native speakers.

If you'd like to know the final results of our survey, please leave a comment either here on the blog (or in the optional comments section of the survey) with your email address.

Thank you for your help!


John from Daejeon said...

Once you have your degree, you might want to check out these fellows:

However, the benefits for working for the U.S. Dept. of State aren't all that generous:

Annie Nimity said...

The ELF program is actually the reason I decided to get my MA!