Moving to Spain: Ten Cardinal Rules for Teaching Private English Classes
Sep28

Moving to Spain: Ten Cardinal Rules for Teaching Private English Classes

Over the last decade, Spain has made a huge push for its population to become more proficient in English and as a result, native English speakers are in extremely high demand. For Language and Culture Assistants, AuPairs or other jobs that are moderately paid, extra income from private classes can mean the difference between a frugal year or enjoying all that Spain and Europe have to offer. However, before agreeing to take on a new...

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Moving to Spain: COMO Consulting’s New eBook
Aug08

Moving to Spain: COMO Consulting’s New eBook

They say experience is the best teacher; as teachers ourselves, we find this to be partially true. But, who says you can’t ask for a little help once in a while? Let’s rewind nine years. Cat and Hayley are on flights from their hometowns to Spain to participate in language assistant programs; Cat to teach high schoolers near Seville with the Ministry of Education, and Hayley, in El Puerto de Santa María, to share a...

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Moving to Spain: Spanish Education Basics
Jul18

Moving to Spain: Spanish Education Basics

For those moving to Spain in the fall to teach English, there are huge questions to answer as you wrap your head around your teaching assistant job. What does IES mean, and how old will my student be? What are timetables in Spanish schools like? And, perhaps most importantly, when will I have holidays and days off? This week we’re demystifying the Spanish school system with a beginner’s guide to school types and schedules....

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