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Peaceful Irish landscape with cliffs and sea
Posted on in Professional Development

Career Tips and Friendly Words for Freelance Teachers: Paul Says Hello from Ireland

Long-time Eltabber Paul recently moved from busy Berlin to quaint rural Ireland. There, he took a little time to sit back and ponder over freelance English teachers’ major challenges and possible solutions. He’s happy to share his thoughts and experiences with you. The perennial problem for English teachers is that there is simply not enough… Keep Reading

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ELTABBer of the Month: The Best Bits!

There’s one major thing which sets ELT teachers apart from the crowd and that is their experience. Everyone I speak to at ELTABB events has a story to tell and they are more than willing to share! One teacher who had retired from IT, moved to Berlin to pursue his love of learning German. There,… Keep Reading

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Posted on in Berlin/Teaching

Thinking about Teaching English in Berlin? Here Are 5 Things to Know

For many English-language teachers, living in Berlin is a dream. It’s a vibrant city with amazing art, music, and nightlife, but relatively inexpensive compared to cities like London, Paris, or New York. Berlin is indeed wunderbar–which makes it a competitive place to try to set up shop as an English trainer, whether you teach kids,… Keep Reading

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