Have you ever felt that other people make negative assumptions about you because of your social class, disability or race? That these stereotypes have limited your opportunities and that you have questioned yourself as a result? Antoinette Pimblett describes how she broke out of these boxes.
The great thing about freelance tutoring is that you can fill your day with as much as you like and you’re still free to pursue other projects, or even a full time job or study! Here are our 10 steps to getting started on the road to becoming a super freelance language teacher.
This week’s post focuses on self- care. How can you look after yourself amidst all the current uncertainty? Not having control over your destiny can feel scary and not what many of us are used to. Warwick alumni offer some sound advice to help you stay grounded.
This edition continues our theme of advice and encouragement to those of you who have recently graduated. This week, wise words from both a more recent graduate and one with many years’ experience and wisdom. Anita Chagar, BA in English Literature (2015), MA in Educational Leadership, Teach First (2018) I completed the Teach First programme …