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TEFL in Athens, Greece

Date posted:2008-01-16 | Writer: Nadesia International School Greece | Email: [email protected]

We need qualified, flexible English teachers for full time positions. We are situated in the center of Athens. Teaching positions are available immediately.
We teach General English to Children and youths. Students ages range from 6 to 18. Class size is about 18-20 students. Working hours 8:30 to 1:30 pm-Monday to Friday.

The school provides a private furnished flat for the teachers.
We also provide health care service and visa sponsorship.

We offer good pay(2000 Euro monthly) so you can certainly enjoy life. Greece is a beautiful country,with nice people,good and healthy food and nice climate. We offer 12months renewable contract.

If interested,please email us your resume/CV,cover letter and recent passport photo to this email address below:

Contact person:Jose Dragoumis
Email:[email protected]

Nadesia International school

Partheno 14, athens,
Attica, 11722, Greece

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.


I had a lot of fun watching these two videos and comparing the differences in teaching methods from lesson 1 and lesson 2. It goes to show that the attitude the teacher has as well as the trust/confidence that he/she instills in the students while establishing rapport is going to be the key for a successful lesson plan. The teacher in the video showed a lot of confidence in the second lesson. He made it look easy.This unit was interesting since I knew all this in my home language but was never taught this in English. I realized that I speak like this naturally because I grew up with English. For others that are just learning English this can be tricky. It gave me some ides on how to teach pronunciation. I also never learnt how to read phonetic script even though I have heard of it. It will make the teaching so much easier.