Nationalities on our EBC Trinity CertTESOL course. We have been in the TESOL and TEFL towns for quite a time (16 years to be exact) and as such we have had our share of fun, friendship and of course TEFL and TESOL knowhow gotten from our excellent Trinity CertTESOL teaching team. One very interesting factRead More »Where do EBC students come from?
Does the word au pair sound familiar to you? An au pair is a young person who moves to another country to live with a foreign family and takes care of their children. In exchange for this childcare and education services (such as teaching your mother tongue to the children of the family) for aboutRead More »Working as an au pair in Spain
Spain has become a top destination for EFL teachers. English is the most studied foreign language in every stage in the Spanish education system. According to the official statistics published by the Spanish Ministry of Education, the figures are as follows (both state and private schools are analysed): 83,4% of students in pre-school education areRead More »Teaching English in Spain: The Basics
Purpose How best to identify the best EFL/ESL teaching strategies for the GEN Z learners of English Audience Primary, secondary schools, universities, educational organisations, private and state language schools, ESL centres for immigrants. In general, anyone who needs to teach English either as a Foreign language or a second language to GEN Z students. UseRead More »Teaching English to Generation Z students
Hi there, my name is Robin, and I am from Cork in Ireland. I am 23 years old, and I have just finished my Bachelors in Spanish language and culture. I would like to do my Masters in the same subject, and that´s why I am in Madrid right now. I thought it would beRead More »Storytelling 13: Living and working in Spain
Hi, I am Janet from New Zealand and for the moment I´m living and working as a teacher in Tokyo. After a hectic, intensive course, with quite a few reports to write, some “wake up calls” in my own mother tongue, and exciting teaching practice classes with real non-English speaking students, I was the proudRead More »Storytelling 12: Janet from New Zealand
Hi y´all, I´m Mike from Houston in Texas, the USA. I´m 22 years old, and finished college 3 months ago. I took some courses in Spanish at college, but didn´t feel that I was able to speak it well. That´s why I ended up in Spain. I found this Trinity College CertTESOL course and IRead More »Story telling 11: My first job ever!
I’m Mark, and my hometown is Toronto, Canada. I was born in 1995. My mother is French, and my Dad is Canadian. I had holidays in Lyon, France, when I was 12 years old, and it was great meeting my European family, and to see the place where my mother was born. I fondly rememberRead More »Story telling 10: What time do you have dinner?
The day had come, the Trinity College CertTESOL course was about to start, and I, Melanie from Perth in Australia, was in the bathroom getting ready for the first day of training of how to teach English. I was born in Perth 25 years ago, and I haven´t travelled a lot. I´ve only been toRead More »Story telling 8: Life is too short to waste time
Madrid is not like many European cities. I think it’s more like NYC because it’s the European city that never sleeps. I´m having a great time here. It´s not my first time in Europe, I went to Scotland, England and Ireland some years ago with my parents, so I know a little bit about theRead More »Story telling 7: The city that never sleeps, by Emma