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English as a Second Language Landi English Required: Eligibility to work in the U.S., UK or Canada. Speaks English at an idiomatic level. Bachelors degree or above. Teaching certificate,e.g. TEFL/TESOL/CELTA/PGCE, local (state) teaching certificate, etc.
English as a Second Language DaDa via TeachAway Requirements: Bachelors degree and TESL/TEFL certification, Native English speaking, stable and strong internet connection, at least 1 year of teaching experience, and non-criminal background check.
English as a Second Language International TEFL Academy Required: MEd, MA TESOL or higher (do not apply without these credentials). 1 or more years of overseas teaching experience. 1 or more years of teaching experience within the United States. Willingness to share overseas teaching experience with students. Able to use computer applications such as Moodle and Zoom. Experience with online learning and/or teaching. Must currently live within the United States.
English as a Second Language Bay Path University Required: Minimum of Masters Degree in Education or related field. Previous K12 teaching of English Language Learners and other diverse populations a must. Higher education teaching experience preferred but not required. Ability to adhere to University policies and procedures.
English as a Second Language Indiana Wesleyan University Required: Ph.D. or Ed.D. in Education or a closely related field and either 18 graduate hours in ENL or a P-12 teaching licensure or endorsement in TESOL/ENL. A minimum of three 3 years P-12 teaching experience on a standard teaching license, including academic credentialing in the area of English as a New Language. Preferred: College teaching experience, online teaching experience, English as a New Language state licensure (may be expired). Indiana licensure preferred.
English as a Second Language University of the People Online teaching experience using a learning management system is preferred. The minimum degree requirement is a master's degree for undergraduate courses and a Ph.D. for graduate courses. The Lecturer/Professor may also teach undergraduate general courses with a masters degree that is not in the field provided he/she has a minimum of and 18 graduate semester hours in the discipline. Expertise is required in the subject area of the course.