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One of the exciting things about working in English language education is that there are many different career opportunities available to teachers with a little bit of teaching experience.  In this video, you will see a series of interviews with teachers that have taken their careers in different directions such as teacher training, curriculum development, marketing, business development, language program management, language assessment and textbook authoring.  This is an excellent resource for teachers who are considering pursuing other career paths within the English language education sector.

* Please note: This video does not have an accompanying handout or quiz and cannot be counted towards your tracked PD hours.

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Submitted on: Monday, October 3, 2016 - 13:33

No, the title does not refer to using a thermometer to make sure that your students are not sick. It refers to finding out how your students feel about their language program experience while they are in the middle of the program. Don't wait until your end-of-course or end-of-term surveys to find out what students are thinking. By then it is too late to change their student experiences.