Post Written by Emma Smith, May 2017 For me, teaching and living abroad was not a question of “if” but of “when”. I was fortunate enough to have been able to travel pretty extensively while I was in university and I also completed a six-month study abroad program in Amsterdam. Having done this, […]
3 Tips on How to Save Money Teaching English in Nicaragua! The following post was written by 24 year old, college graduate from Chicago, Illinois – Anna. Anna took her TEFL/TESOL certification course in Leon, Nicaragua in June 2015, and has been teaching English to children, young adults, and adults ever since. This is her […]
Teaching English to Children in Leon, Nicaragua Written by ITA Nicaragua graduate Anna Colletti. The first time I visited Nicaragua was in 2011 and after just one visit, I knew I ultimately wanted to live here. After graduating college in 2015 with a degree in Urban Education, I knew I was ready to move […]
Technology and the Modern TEFL/TESOL Teacher and Classroom To many people, it is no surprise that the use of computers and technology in the modern TEFL classroom has such a strong presence. To be a successful teacher, it is a must that you at least possess a working knowledge of the tools mentioned below. […]
What does breakeven even mean? When figuring out where you want to teach in the world, money is always a big factor. How much money will I make is always at the top of the list of questions people ask me. In this article, we are going to explain exactly what break even means, […]
Tyler considered many options before deciding on getting TEFL certified in Leon, Nicaragua. Find out about the no pressure advice he was given by his adviser, the safety of Nicaragua, and support he was given during his course to help make him a successful English teacher.