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Living and working as an English Teacher in Colombia often means observing the holidays of your current country. Teachers from the United States may miss celebrating American holidays as a way to represent and remember their home country. From getting together with friends to write a lesson about being thankful, here are five ways to celebrate this traditional holiday abroad.
Working as an English teacher in Colombia often means facing new challenges that come with living abroad. While many teachers are able to depend on their co-workers or roommates for support, some may find they need additional encouragement.
Teaching English in Colombia to adults is typically a lucrative career full of challenges and rewards. If you're one of the many educators who choose this job in Colombia for English speakers, you may benefit from knowing these key points about working with students who are also business professionals.
While Business English Courses in Colombia are being increasingly popular, sometimes it’s difficult to identify who takes these courses and why so many Colombians want to take Business English Courses.
While being fluent in Spanish is not always necessary in order to gain a job in Colombia, especially when teaching English, it can help make the process of living and working in Colombia easier.
Teaching English abroad can be a wonderful experience. Before making the leap into Colombia, one question to ask is “interior or coast?” This article includes key points about living and working in two cities on the coast, Barranquilla and Cartagena, and information to consider regarding both.