BridgeTEFL Graduate, Michael, Teacher in Ecuador
Michael is a BridgeTEFL online course graduate who moved to South America after retiring from his teaching career in the U.S., in order to begin a new adventure as an English teacher in Ecuador.Read More
What is it Like to Teach English in Costa Rica?
Have you ever considered teaching English in Costa Rica? With its misty rainforests, dazzling Caribbean and Pacific beaches, and relaxed pura vida lifestyle, it’s no surprise the country continues to be a TEFL hot spot year after year.Read More
Interview with Carol, Bridge Alumna Volunteering in Cambodia
Carol Duster is a BridgeTEFL graduate who is currently using her credentials by volunteering in Cambodia. Here, Carol tells us about her experiences in Cambodia and offers advice for those interested in teaching in Southeast Asia.Read More
Teaching English to Adults vs. Kids: What, Where, and Why?
When you think of teaching English as a Foreign Language, do you picture yourself in front of a class of children, adults, or a mix of both? Did you know that the age group you prefer to teach can factor into your choice of teaching location? This overview of teaching adults vs. young learners answers […]Read More
Teacher Spotlight: Johanna in China
Johanna, 18, is a TEFLOnline.com graduate from Düsseldorf, Germany who recently taught in China. We interviewed her to learn more about what brought her to China, how her first ever teaching experience went, and about her travels around China and to Singapore and Hong Kong!Read More
Prepare for your Future: Teach English in South America!
There are great TEFL destinations worldwide, each with their own unique set of perks. In this post, you’ll read about why South America may be the destination for you.Read More
TEFLOnline.com Graduate, Linda: Online Teacher and Career Counselor
Linda is a TEFLOnline.com graduate from Boston, Massachusetts, who is currently teaching English online. Linda also works as a Career Counselor for a small non-profit organization based at Boston Medical Center, the largest safety net hospital in New England. Linda provides career services to refugees and asylum seekers from countries experiencing political unrest or long-term economic insecurity. Here, she discusses her teaching and counseling experience.Read More
Get Rich in Argentina: A Guide to Becoming Bill Gates by Teaching English
Post written by Lauren Davis After living in Argentina for a year and working as an English teacher, I have a lot of experience with the dos and don’ts of this European-inspired city. Just one example, do not assume that you can get a full-time English teaching job at one place. More than likely, you […]Read More
Profile of a Typical Teaching Position in Chile: BridgeEnglish
Are you browsing teaching jobs abroad? If so, you’ve probably noticed that English teaching positions can vary quite a bit from region to region. For example, in many Asian countries, jobs involve teaching groups of children (either at an English center or a standard K-12 school). In South America, on the other hand, jobs […]Read More
4 Typical ESL Students You’ll Find in South America
One of the best things about teaching English is the variety of people you’ll get to meet as your students. Whether you teach English in bustling Buenos Aires, sleek Santiago, or beautiful Brazil, you can expect to run into a great variety of ESL students from different industries and walks of life. Here are the […]Read More