Begin your adventure with Flying Cows

Get paid to teach English from home in 2020!

We are thrilled to be able to you offer you the chance to teach English as a Second Language part time from the comfort of your own home!
If you…

  • have a degree 
  • have a TEFL qualification or experience
  • are fun and enthusiastic and like working with children
  • are looking for flexible work you can do from home
  • have a decent internet speed and a headset

…think about teaching English online.

Class Times

SayABC (no minimum hour commitment required)

  • Monday – Friday (GMT)
  • 10am – 10.40am, 10.50am – 11.30am, 11.40am – 12.20pm, 12.30 – 1.10pm
  • Saturday (GMT)
  • 1.50am – 2.30am, 2.40am – 3.20am, 10am – 10.40am, 10.50am – 11.30am, 11.40am – 12.20pm, 12.30 – 1.10pm
  • Sunday (GMT)
  • 1.50am – 2.30am, 2.40am – 3.20am, 10am – 10.40am, 10.50am – 11.30am, 11.40am – 12.20pm


DaDa English (3 to 20 hours per week)
Monday to Friday (GMT)

11am – 1.30pm
Weekend classes available


 QKids (minimum 6 hours per week)
Regular class time slots: 19 hours

7 days a week (AM – EST):

6:40-7:10, 7:20-7:50, 8:00-8:30, 8:40-9:10
Plus Friday and Saturday (PM – EST):
8:40-9:10, 9:20-9:50, 10:00-10:30, 10:40-11:10, 11:20-11:50

Additional summer time slots (June – August EST): 12.5 hours
Sunday – Thursday (PM-EST):
8:40-9:10, 9:20-9:50, 10:00-10:30, 10:40-11:10, 11:20-11:50

The Process


Complete an Application Form

Take about 5 minutes to complete the application form. You will be asked questions about your qualifications, motivation and your experience.


Skype Interview

The mock interview consist of a 10-minute (approximately) demonstration lesson with the recruitment team personnel acting as the candidate’s 6-year-old low-level English learner using English’s materials.

1 – Be energetic: Maintain energy and enthusiasm for teaching, use props like flashcards, puppets, related objects eg.  fruit, something red etc. 

2 – Body Language & Facial Expressions: Be animated and overly expressive to the student, keep their attention and peak their interest in learning and experiencing a new language.

 3 – Be patient: Remember the student is low level and needs encouragement to engage in the lesson.  Use simple instructions.  Talk slowly and clearly.  

4 – Teaching envirnonment: Set up a colourful background.

5 – No lengthy instructions: Demonstrate what you want the student to do.

6 – Error Correction: Provide timely and appropriate error correction in an encouraging and positive way



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