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|Teaching In Thailand Being a international school teacher in Thailand can be a great career with salaries in the range of $2,500 to $6,000 per month, or you could become a TEFLer teaching English with a salary range of 350-600 pounds per month, although with many teaching jobs it could be worth doing a TEFL course even if no experience is necessary, but will teaching students fulfil your overseas jobs yearnings? Is a English language teaching job something you really want to do? Can you teach English?|
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|05-03-2013, 10:09 AM||#1 (permalink)|
I am not in Jail
Join Date: Nov 2006
International Schools - Chiang Mai
Yesterday I took the day off work to go around and look at all the various International Schools here in CM and speak to the teachers/admissions officers: APIS, CMIS, NIST, Grace, Lanna. Two that I haven't checked out yet are Varee and PTIS (although I'm quite familiar with the latter owing to past experiences).
I'm not sure if there are any current posters on here who have kids in school here(?) but if anyone has any experience with any of them (good or bad) in any capacity (teacher/friends etc.) I'd be interested in hearing any opinions or feedback that you might have.
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