I’ve been contacted by an academic at the National University of Singapore who is conducting research on the experience of English teachers in Korea. He’s specifically looking for South Africans. Check out his advert below:
Are you a South African English teacher in Seoul, Gyeonggi or Incheon? Win an Apple Ipod Nano.
I am currently conducting research on foreign English teachers in the Seoul Metropolitan Region (including Incheon and Gyeonggi Province). The research aims to investigate the lives of foreign English teachers, their experience of living in Seoul and their contribution to the urban environment.
As part of this research I am conducting an online survey of teachers. There are 55 questions and it will take 10-15 minutes of your time. If you complete the survey you will go into the draw for an Apple Ipod Nano. The survey can be found here:
I am particularly interested in getting responses from South African English teachers as I would like to find out about experiences beyond those of Americans and Canadians. I will also be conducting interviews in April and May this year. If you are interested in taking part in these feel free to send me an email (again, interviews with South African teachers are particularly important).
Asia Research Institute National University of Singapore email@example.com