Job Teaching English in Costa Rica (3)

Date posted:2015-10-26 | Writer: New Learning Academy | Email: [email protected]

New Learning Academy, founded in 1998, is looking to hire full and part time TEFL qualified, native level English Teachers to start in January, 2016. Our Guadalupe school is located 15 minutes from downtown San José, the capital of Costa Rica. Our school is situated in an outdoor mall, which gives our teachers and students security as well as a close proximity to many other places, like supermarkets, restaurants, etc.


- Native level English speaker

- TEFL, TESOL, CELTA certification

- Dynamic personality

- Excellent presentation

- Responsible

- Experience preferred but not required

-Able to commit for at least 6 months


- Competitive compensation

- Training and mentor programs

- Spanish classes

- Dance classes

- Pick up at the airport included

- Paid holidays

- Assistance in finding housing and setting up cell phones.


If you wish to apply, please send your resume and CV (professional picture included) specifying your salary expectation to the email address given on the job heading.

Tel: (506) 2283-3385 / 2224-5890



Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.


Unit 17 explains the different uses of equipment and teaching aids in the classroom. We are able to explore the different resources that schools may offer in their classrooms. However, not every school may be able to afford such technological resources. This unit also concentrates on board work, and the benefits it may offer. It also helps us to use said board in an accurate and useful way.In unit 11 the receptive skills of reading and listening where covered. This unit showed that to have a truly balanced lesson a teacher should not only cover writing and speaking, but also reading, and listening, because all four skills lend themselves to helping students learn the material and retain it. Both reading and listening play a key role in students' confidence in their abilities.