In episode 91, three teachers discuss their work teaching private language classes as freelance teachers or tutors, Diane Neubauer, a Chinese Teacher, Vivek Tripathi, a Hindi teacher, and Meg Saunders, an English teacher. Our guests will explore questions of how private language teaching is different and share lessons they’ve learned in their practice.  


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Show Notes

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DianeDiane Neubauer is a Chinese teacher and graduate student. You can see videos of her teaching on YouTube in particular this video, or read her blog

If you’re interested in the Agen workshop in France that Diane mentioned, you can find that here.

If you are interested in the ACTFL CCLT SIG that Diane mentioned, you can find more information here.

cofVivek Tripathi is a full-time Hindi tutor with experience teaching students in his local expat community from countries likes UK, US, Netherland, Japan, Malaysia, Austria, Poland etc. He is a native speaker of Hindi with an M.A in the language, a blogger for Oxford University Press and a Hindi consultant. He will soon be launching a Youtube channel (in February) dedicated to learning Hindi – LEARN HINDI.


Meg Saunders is an English language teacher.



If you’re interested in online teaching, these past episodes may be of interest to you…

Episode 90: Online Language Teaching and the Community of Inquiry Framework with Kylie Korsnack

Episode 57: CLIC Resources, TalkAbroad, and Online Teaching with Florencia Henshaw

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