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    Int'l Teacher Forums

    Does anyone have any good links to forums about teaching in countries other than Thailand?

    I know Dave's has his own int'l fora pages but how about some others?

    Here's on for Cambodia: khmer440.com • View forum - The Staff Room

    Here's one for Korea: ESL Jobs Forum - View Forum - ESL in Korea [Only]...

    And another for Europe: TEFL forums - View forum - Teaching in Europe

    I hope I'm not stepping on any toes. I just think this might be a nice one-stop thread for teaching forums around the world.

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    This site has some really great resources on it. There is also a forum, I think, though I have not looked at it before. Not just ESL teaching but all teaching... Teaching Resources, Classroom Resources & Lesson Plans - TES Resources

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    Quote Originally Posted by crew View Post
    Does anyone have any good links to forums about teaching in countries other than Thailand?
    Here's a new one that started recently. ESL/ TEFL-ing in Europe, Asia, North and South America and so on.

    ESL Worldwide - The World Page

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    thanks stamp. i'm on to that one already.

    Quote Originally Posted by you_me_no_savy_talk_talk View Post
    There is also a forum, I think,
    there are but not too much on EFL in various countries. thanks though...

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    ESL Monkeys used to have a forum and be usefull.

    Seems they may done a downhill sllde now though.
    the currently circulating reports of my death are an exaggeration..................

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stamp View Post
    Here's a new one that started recently. ESL/ TEFL-ing in Europe, Asia, North and South America and so on.

    ESL Worldwide - The World Page
    Looks nice, not very busy though, but I guess that's cos it's new.

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    Here's one I used when I was exiled from Dave's temporarily.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Dre View Post
    Looks nice, not very busy though, but I guess that's cos it's new.
    it looks wonderful but yeah, it's empty. kind of like ying luck.

    Quote Originally Posted by markle View Post
    Here's one I used when I was exiled from Dave's temporarily.
    thank you sir.

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