#MondayBlogs: Being A #Teacher In #Chile #ASMSG #IARTG #Bookplugs

** This book, Being A Teacher In Chile, is for teachers, educators, students, parents, administrators, everyone who has a stake in education. By definition, that is everyone. Timeless issues that concern teachers everywhere are looked at (good teacher, bad teacher, teacher conduct at work and away from work, social media, for example) to gain reflective insights which both challenge and confirm our beliefs about education. Being a teacher in Chile, after all, is no different than being a teacher anywhere else in the world.**

What are the reviewers saying about this book?

5.0 out of 5 stars

Informative and Thorough,
June 27, 2014

By Zapple “Elias” (London)

This review is from: Being A Teacher In Chile (Kindle Edition)

Being a Teacher in Chile is a very useful guide to anybody, qualified, thinking of teaching English not only in Chile but in any developing country. It was shocking to read that 50% of English teachers in Chile are not qualified! I’d imagine this is the case in many other countries – I know this is the case in China for example. Through experience and research Thomas Baker has put together a useful guide and informative piece to help those about to embark on this journey with useful tips and insights. And, as Baker puts it, love what you do. Through his writing it’s clear that he does. Great work.

Chile por Manuel Grandón


About profesorbaker

Thomas Baker is the Past-President of TESOL Chile (2010-2011). He enjoys writing about a wide variety of topics. The source and inspiration for his writing comes from his family.
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