What is the Minimum Internet Speed for DaDaABC?

What is the Minimum Internet Speed for DaDaABC? | DigiNo

I think we can all agree that the best kind of internet is fast internet.

Am I right?

So let’s say you have applied to become an online ESL teacher with DaDaABC after reading our article here:

Earn Money as an Online ESL Teacher with DaDaABC

Now the next step, if your application is successful, is for DaDaABC to test your internet speed.

You need good speed internet for the online teaching platform to work.

Internet Connection

So What is the Minimum Requirement Internet Speed for DaDaABC?

Well…

Download Speed = 10 mbps

Upload Speed = 2 mbps

If your internet speed doesn’t meet this criteria when testing it using speedtest.net

…then your application will not progress to the later stages.

So What is the Best Internet Provider for Teaching with DaDaABC?

The best internet provider to give you the best chance of getting the job with DaDaABC ultimately depends on your area.

Here is a case study from within the United Kingdom:

A DigiNo living in England uses Virgin Media Fibre Optic Broadband and gets the following speeds:

Download Speed = 55 Mbps

Upload Speed = 5 Mbps

This is perfect for this particular DigiNo as they work for DaDaABC as an online English teacher and require a really good connection for the teaching platform to work.

Click the image below to check out Virgin Media Broadband for yourself!

Virgin Media Fibre Optic Broadband | DigiNo

 

However, the DigiNo recently travelled to Scotland.

They were unable to find a connection good enough at their temporary home there to teach online.

Research Your Area’s Internet Speed Before Applying to DaDaABC

After doing some research, it seemed that the city in Scotland did indeed have fibre optic laid down…however it had not been connected.

This particular digital nomad had discovered a world without the fibre optic that they had become so accustomed to.

The best they could get was with Sky Broadband, which speed was as follows:

Download Speed = 5 Mbps

Upload Speed = 1.3 Mbps

Which is pretty shocking compared to Virgin.

Virgin Broadband vs Sky and BT | DigiNo

And remember, the minimum required for online English teaching on DaDaABC’s platform is:

Download Speed = 10 Mbps

Upload Speed = 2 Mbps

So the average speed in Scotland compared to England was drastically different, despite both being in the United Kingdom.

So as you see, it really does depend on your area.

So if you think your internet meets the minimum requirements for DaDaABC, then click the image below and begin your application!

Teach From Home with DaDaABC | DigiNoClick the image to become an online ESL teacher with DaDaABC

5 Ways That Technology Improves ESL Teaching

5 Ways That Technology Improves ESL Teaching | DigiNo

ESL teaching is one of those jobs that will always exist, otherwise how would parents cope with having the kids on their hands all day?

But on a serious note, I think teaching is also beginning to adapt to the digital world.

There are now opportunities to be an online English language teacher, which is a monumental step in the world of education.

Foreign language students now have access to live video tutoring with a native English speaker right from the comfort of their own home – which is revolutionary for their learning potential!

You can read more about to become an online ESL teacher by clicking the image below:

Teach ESL Online From Anywhere in the World | DigiNo

This job has got me thinking about all the different ways technology will and has probably already evolved teaching – ensuring that it is a job that will last the test of time.

Here are a list of 5:

1. Using Apps to improve ESL Teaching

There are so many ways that apps can revolutionise teaching. Imagine an app that makes marking a thing of the past?

Or how about simply using an app for animal sounds when teaching  online ESL classes to keep the student engaged at the press of a button.

Using Apps for ESL Teaching | DigiNo

2. Can Social Media Improve ESL Teaching?

There are several emerging social media platforms dedicated for schools as a way to track rewards systems, such as Vivo Inspire. Swapping gold star stickers for ‘likes’.

This may make the playground more of a dull place, with all the students socialising on the platform as opposed to kicking a ball around, but that is the nature of social media.

The educational platform equivalent for ‘likes’ could be a suitable motivational incentive for modern children.

Using Social Media for ESL teaching | DigiNo

3. Online Teaching the Future of ESL Teaching?

As mentioned previously, being able to video chat with anyone globally nowadays has really opened up the possibilities of learning from cultural exchange.

If you wished to learn yoga from a a yogi master all the way in India, then all you both need is a Skype account and a clear space on your floor.

Live Anywhere | DigiNo

Online English teaching has opened way more opportunities for employment as a teacher and will continue to keep the career existing forever in DigiNo’s eyes.

Click the image below for an example website of the online English teaching platform:

Teach From Home with DaDaABC | DigiNo

4. Implementing Data Analysis to Improve ESL Teaching

Any online marketer will know the benefits of tracking and testing data using tools like Google Analytics.

Well how about as well as monitoring SEO and newsletter signups, we use analytical tools to measure the effectiveness of learning techniques for children?

Data Analysis for ESL Teaching | DigiNo

This links back to apps. The student could have data on their phone showing them graphs. These display how they are performing in reading skills compared to written English skills.

5. Playing Educational Games to Improve ESL Teaching

Educational games, such as Brain Metrix, could one day actually take over from the role of the teacher – which would put a stumbling block in our theory of teaching existing forever.

However, for now, I believe that no matter how advanced educational games get, they will still only be a suitable accompaniment to the guidance of a real, live, talking human role-model.

Teach English all over the world | DigiNo

If you would like to read how to become a better ESL teacher, then click the image above.

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What is a Digital Nomad?

Become a Digital Nomad | DigiNo

So you want to join us and become a DigiNo, but you have no idea what a Digital Nomad is?

Let me explain.

Have you ever been sat in your office looking out at the overcast sky at around 2pm? You’ve just had you half an hour lunch break that felt like 5 minutes and you are sat wondering what else is going on the big wide world whilst you spend the majority of your life in this grey office.

Sorry if that hit a little too close to the bone and made you fall off your spinny-chair, but it’s good to know that you are not alone in that feeling.

In fact, there are countless people who have ditched the office, swapped the desktop for a laptop and flocked to see what exactly is out there in the big wide world…without even filling out a holiday form.

The Life of a Digital Nomad

A Digital Nomad is not only someone who travels the world, but funds these travels by setting up online businesses and earning money from their laptop.

Doesn’t it sound great?

Imagine typing away on your MacBook on a white sand beach, sipping Margaritas in between each big cash windfall.

Become a Digital Nomad | DigiNo

The Reality of Life as a Digital Nomad

Ok, ok, so it won’t necessarily be like this. Sand isn’t great for MacBooks, beaches don’t get great WiFi and online money isn’t an easy thing to acquire.

You can still have the Margarita, but it will most likely be inside a quiet cafe or co-working space.

However, the appeal of being a Digital Nomad is stepping out of that cafe after finishing your work and having the freedom to set-up your office anywhere.

One of the more popular places is East Asia due to the low cost of living. This allows your online income to stretch a little further. You could be a Digital Nomad in somewhere New York, but unless your start making a good deal of money online, then your travels may be cut short. If that happens, you may end up back staring out of that office window.

And we don’t want that!

So How Do You Become a Digital Nomad?

What is the best way to earn money online from your laptop and surf the WiFi  waves from routers all over the world?

Click the image below to read our post explaining one of the best ways to earn money online:

How Can I Earn Money Whilst Travelling | DigiNo

 

 

 

Earn Money as an Online ESL Teacher with DaDaABC

Teach ESL Online From Anywhere in the World | DigiNo

 

Do you want to ditch the office for the comfort of your sofa? Or would you rather work from your laptop while travelling the world?

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Well, you’ll be pleased to read that you can do both of these things by becoming an online English teacher to Chinese students with DaDaABC.

Let me explain.

DaDaABC, one of the largest ESL teaching companies in China for children in the 5-16 age-range, provide the opportunity for you to teach English as a second language from wherever you want in the world.

Even if you have no desire to be a globe-trotting Digital Nomad, this job is perfect if you are seeking a part-time schedule with good pay and the enriching experience of teaching English to children.

Become an ESL Teacher with DaDaABC

 Click the image to become a teacher with DaDaABC

 

So ‘Where do I sign?’ I hear you ask. Well, first let’s check if you meet the minimum requirements.

Minimum Requirements For Teaching English with DaDaABC

This information is taken from the DaDaABC website and states that the minimum requirements to become an ESL teacher with them are:

  • Be a native English speaker
  • Have a Bachelor’s degree
  • Own a desktop or laptop computer with high speed internet and audio/video capabilities

The role is contracted for 12 months with the average working hours being 15 hours per week.

If you meet these requirements, you can go here to start your application:

Click here to become a Online English Teacher with DaDaABC

What To Expect During the DaDaABC Application Process

There are 7 Steps to go through after you have uploaded your CV to DaDaABC by following the above link. These steps are as follows:

  1. Interview
  2. Internet connection test and system training
  3. TPR (total physical response) training
  4. Watch videos of qualified DaDaABC teachers
  5. Demo class with Chinese student
  6. Contract signing
  7. Probation performance review

If you successfully sail through these 7 steps, then congratulations will be in order, as you will now officially be an online ESL teacher with DaDaABC!

Your Job as an Online ESL Teacher With DaDaABC

After you have been hired by DaDaABC, you will now begin teaching English to Chinese students between the ages of 5 and 16.

How is this possible?

You will be using DaDaABC’s real-time video English teaching platform, aided by the teaching materials appearing on the same screen. Think of this as a specialised form of Skype, where the outline of your video conversation is already laid out for you.

That’s right; you do not even have to create your own teaching materials, however you are encouraged to review the materials that DaDaABC provide to you prior to each class. Always be prepared!

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The Types of Online ESL Classes with DaDaABC

You will teach three types of online English classes. These online education class types are – trial, elective and major. Trial classes last roughly 15 minutes as the Chinese student is trialling the platform for the first time, whereas the major classes can last from half an hour to an hour.

One awesome perk of the role is the opportunity to create bonds with the students. The online teaching platform allows for you to work with the same children consistently, so you get to see the positive influence of your teaching as they progress over time.

How Much Money You Can Earn as a DaDaABC Online Teacher

The DaDaABC website lists the possibility of teachers potentially earning as much as $25 per hour, but don’t get too excited, as this is not the set wage for every teacher.

The rate of pay is determined by your individual performance in your demo class and training. So make sure to be at your best from the start!

There are rewards for your performance as a teacher, such as pay raises and bonuses, and you are paid in full for all the time you are teaching with DaDaABC. However, if a student does not show up to a class, then you will receive half payment for that period.

Become an ESL Teacher with DaDaABCClick the image to become a teacher with DaDaABC

The Schedule of an Online English Teacher with DaDaABC

Once you provide DaDaABC with your availability, they will allocate your online teaching time slots. They are flexible with their scheduling, but you must commit to a minimum of two days a week not in a row, and two hours per day.

Here are the times that the ESL teaching company holds classes:

(Please note, these times are all in Shanghai time).

Monday to Friday:

6:00pm – 9:10pm

Saturday and Sunday:

9:00am – 12:10pm

2:00pm – 4:06pm

6:00pm – 9.10pm

Classes run every day as you can see, so there is sure to be a time to suit you.

How to Sign Up as an Online ESL Teacher For DaDaABC

Follow this link to begin your teaching application.

Good luck from everyone here at DigiNo if you decide to apply!

If you have anymore questions about this opportunity to become an online English teacher, then you can always visit DaDaABC’s Q&A section on their website after following the above link.

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