EBC TEFL course graduate blog
The Subtle Greecian Tide There is a beauty to Crete and the people that will forever linger in my heart. There is a magic that happens that is so raw but lasting. I was escorted to my apartment by the director of the school… it was literally a rocks throw… Read More »The Subtle Greecian Tide
Teach English in Argentina safely I want to share my opinion on something about which everyone seems to continuously wonder, particularly those with no experience of South America aiming to take a TEFL course in Buenos Aires or teach English in Argentina safely. What’s the situation with crime? Is Buenos Aires… Read More »Teach English in Argentina safely
A class show their appreciation of their teacher, EBC trained Grace Renon. Grace is given a pleasant surprise from her class when they all say thankyou and tell her that she’s a great teacher.
Non-natives can teach English as a foreign language. Naglaa Monem, from Egypt, says that non-natives can teach English and are not looked down on.
My teaching experiences after the EBC TEFL course in Madrid. Imogen Clark recounts her experiences and her travels to South America, Asia and Australia.
Old Blocks, columns and cars – EBC TEFL graduate stories. Chania graduate A.Angelo Rhynes writes about the school, traffic, teaching and Greek culture.
TEFL travelling bug, Europe and Madrid. Lauren Bonheim from the USA was bitten by the bug years ago. She’s now in Madrid and runs a great Europe life blog.
Teaching English in Spain, South Korea, Brazil – EBC TEFL graduate stories. Madrid graduate Lois Pearo writes about her course, experiences and journey.