EFL Teachers Needed in Krakow, Poland

Date posted:2012-03-26 | Writer: Lincoln School of Foreign Languages | Email: [email protected]

Lincoln School of Foreign Languages in Krakow  is now recruiting native speaking teachers of English. Established in 2002, Lincoln is one of the largest language schools in Krakow. Our school is located in central Krakow in the Pokutynski Palace Applicants must have at least a bachelor's degree and have completed a TEFL course or equivalent university course, which includes real hands-on classroom teaching time. We accept applications from native speakers of all English speaking countries.

Interviews for the position are to be conducted through Skype video conferencing, please ensure you have access to Skype, a microphone and a webcam before applying.

We offer help with finding accommodation, respectable pay and prospects for furthering your career within the company.

Please send a cover letter along with your CV to the e-mail address given on the job heading.

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.


It was very painful to watch the first video. I felt bad for the students and frustrated with the instructor. It's clear they don't understand what he's talking about but he insists on asking the same question t the baffled students! Watching the video #2 was so much better. The students seem to catch on very quickly and seem to enjoy the lesson very much. This is what every teacher should strive for.This unit is helpful to reinforce the application of ideas within a classroom setting. By broadly covering the numerous options for learning tools within a classroom, this unit assists with demonstrating what is available, with advantages and disadvantages. Most importantly, this unit reminds to reader to be creative and flexible with these tools to create their own unique teaching style for students.