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Should Something Ever Go Wrong At GeoVisions

on Wed, May 28, 2014 By | Randy LeGrant | 0 Comments | Teach Abroad Teach in Thailand Travel Safety Thailand
Nothing is as important as our participant's safety.  Absolutely nothing.
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Teach English In Thailand - A Woman's View - Part III

on Wed, Jul 17, 2013 By | Randy LeGrant | 0 Comments | Teach Abroad Responsible Travel Travel Safety Thailand
This is installment 3 of 3 of Carla's Blog post on a woman’s perspective, living and working in Thailand. Feel free to email Carla at: gocarla1@umbc.edu
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Teach In Thailand With Students Aged 11 To 60

Each week, GeoVisions posts an actual email from a Conversation Corps tutor, a Conversation Partner or a full time teacher abroad on a GeoVisions program.  We call the series, Help Me Teach Abroad. Our Help Me Teach desk is manned by Betsy Bruneau, a full time ESL teacher here.  She gives teaching assistance to GeoVisions' participants by phone, email and Skype.  It is a FREE service that GeoVisions provides to all of our participants and they can have access to Betsy before they depart and during the program.  If we can help you be an amazing teacher or tutor, you will be happy, your students or host family will be happy, you will tell people they should try this out and we will have a repeat family and school.  And that's how we want to roll.
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Teach In Thailand--Our January 2012 Group Of Teachers

on Fri, Feb 24, 2012 By | Randy LeGrant | 2 Comments | Teach Abroad Teacher Blogs China Work and Travel Thailand
It all began on Sunday January 8th, 2012. The January intake group for GeoVisions' Teach in Thailand program met Kevin and Jaco in the lobby of the Ratchada Hotel in Bangkok for their debriefing. After a little question-answer session, the group headed back to their rooms in preparation for the journey to Hua Hin on Monday morning. All of the students shared 2 minibuses for the two-hour drive down the coast. As soon as they arrived, everyone had a choice between three different accommodations. 12 of the students chose the Hillside, while 3 chose accommodation closer to town. For the rest of the first week, the group had Thai language classes, culture and politics lessons, as well as getting bank accounts, sim cards, and scooters sorted out.
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Mai-Pen-Rai! Come Teach Abroad In Thailand With GeoVisions

We have this amazing program in Thailand (for degree holders or not) to Teach in Thailand.  You will earn a full time salary and have great benefits.
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