Job Teaching EFL in Nicaragua

Date posted:2018-04-11 | Writer: The English Language Institute | Email: [email protected]

The English Language Institute is an extension of the American Nicaraguan School where a broad base of learners can have the opportunity to learn English as additional language. The ELI provides a safe and collegial work environment with opportunities for professional growth in your TEFL career. With over 40 years of experience in the field English for Language Learners, the ELI is considered to be one of the most prestigious language centers in Nicaragua. Our branches are located in Managua, Leon and Esteli. The ELI student community is comprised of nearly 3,000 students. Courses are offered on Saturdays, Sundays, and weekdays. Registration is available for children, starting at age 4, adolescents, and adults. Our instructors come from different backgrounds and education levels. Apply now and join our team!      

TO APPLY:

If you wish to apply for a specific position, please contact Mrs. Carola Molina, Human Resources Director, at the email address given on the job heading, including the following documents:

Resume

Cover letter

References

English Language Institute

P.O. Box 2670

Lomas de Monserrat

Managua,

Nicaragua

Phone #: (505) 2252-7319

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.

 

This section is a good guide for understanding various teaching methods and maintaining discipline in particular. I have learnt how the dynamic of the classroom can change based on the individual students and how much teacher involvement has to do with it. I hadn't previously thought that things like the position of the teacher in the classroom were as important as they actually are.It reinforced my memory and understanding about the appropriate usage of teaching aids and materials for different students. With my research found in the summative task in TESOL, the choices of materials used in the classroom have big impact on the learning experiences of students, which directly affects their understanding, degree of participation and their engagement in the class.

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