Everyone’s English language goals are different. Whatever yours is, Zoni Live offers the course to help you reach it.
All of our teachers are college-educated and experienced. ALL Zoni teachers have a TESL certificate and/or a related bachelor’s degree.
Through Zoni Live you are part of a real class, being taught by a live teacher, with live classmates from one of Zoni’s campuses in the New York Metropolitan area.
Our TESL/TEFL course is renowned for being both theoretically and practically comprehensive. You are taught by experienced, fully qualified teachers and get to spend time practicing in real Zoni classrooms.
Our students are very important to us. It does not matter if you are a virtual, in-person student, studying English or trainee teacher, we have a wide range of student support staff to help you in any way you need.
Our courses are designed to give you skills you will actually use. English students learn real English, and our TEFL trainees gain practical classroom experience. Zoni students have the skills and experience to find great jobs.
Zoni courses are taught by the best teachers in the field. All teachers are college qualified, native English speakers with years of experience. And, for our TESL course, all instructors have masters’ degrees and at least 2 years of teaching experience. Simply put, at Zoni you will learn from the best.
Jane is based at our Jackson Heights Campus in Queens and also teaches virtually.
MA degree in teaching
8 years at Zoni
Deciding to study English or to become an English teacher is an important decision. Before you decide where and what to study, you will have many questions. Let us show you a typical student journey – you will see how easy and effective it is to study with Zoni Institute.
You are expected to attend ALL classes. Make sure you login via zoni.ayotree.com so that your attendance is recorded.
Login to your class on time and use your real name. This way we can accurately track your progress, record grades and later, issue you official certificates.
Be respectful of your teacher and classmates. Please act as you would in an in-person class. This includes, being prepared for class with your textbook and homework, raising your virtual hand when you want to ask a question and muting your microphone when you are not speaking.
When you enter your classroom, turn your video on. Please dress appropriately, be in a quiet space free from interruptions and be ready to focus!