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women in elt

How Brazil got its first SIG for women by Claire Venables

I decided that when I got back to Brazil I would try to start a group of ELT women who would work to examine and overcome the kinds of mindsets that hold us back as well as pooling our resources to help each other develop professionally. Continue reading

Free webinar: How to get a TEFL job

In this free webinar, our careers advisor will share her top tips for getting a TEFL job, what to expect from interviews and how to make a good TEFL C.V. Continue reading

Rethinking Homework – Top Tips to Get Your Students Doing More

In this blog post Dan Shepherd (Director of Studies at Oxford House) gives his top tips for how to get your students doing more homework and how to keep it interesting for them. Continue reading

Meet us at IATEFL in Glasgow!

Are you planning to attend the IATEFL International Annual Conference this April 3rd – 7th 2017 in Glasgow? With an attendance of over 2500 ELT professionals it is an amazing chance to meet with specialists of all areas, attend workshops … Continue reading

Teach in Hong Kong

Graduate Story: Phillip Smith

Phillip Smith is one of our scholarship runners up and took the Trinity CertTESOL course in Barcelona in September 2016. Since then, he has travelled to the other side of the world to teach English to young children in Hong … Continue reading