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23
Aug

Best of Madrid Food

Best of Madrid: Food

The Best of Madrid Food As much time as I have spent teaching English in Madrid; I have spent an…

18
Jun

7 Questions That Prospective English Teachers Ask

7 Questions That Prospective English Teachers Ask

If you’re a current English teacher in Spain, you’ve surely been asked these questions by friends who want to do…

13
Jun

TEFL Teacher: Lisa

Teaching English blog - How to Prepare for Your First Day of Class

Lisa is our new TEFL teacher, who will contribute to our Teaching English blog. She will be providing her adventures…

05
Jun

The Good Life: Cultural Differences Between American and Spanish Schoolchildren

Cultural Differences Between Spanish and American Schoolchildren

Spanish children have it made. Spanish children live a sweet life. There is no denying this fact. Don’t even try…

17
May

3 trips not to miss while teaching English in Spain

3 trips not to miss while teaching English in Spain

One of the perks of teaching English in Spain is all the time I have to travel. Often English…

07
May

Madrid Bucket List

Madrid Bucket List

My Madrid Bucket List I’m sure that those of you that have been living in Madrid for a couple years…

15
Mar

Meet Our TEFL grad, Jon!

TtMadrid Family - The leading TEFL Course in Madrid - TEFL grad

Jon George, originally from San Francisco, U.S.A., is our recent TEFL grad from the course in August 2012, has found a…

14
Mar

Wish you were here: 12 Last Minute Semana Santa Destinations

Wish you were here: 12 Last Minute Semana Santa Destinations

This time last year I remember going back and forth with my group of friends about one very important question:…

03
Feb

Meet Our TEFL Course grad of the Month, Carolina!

Alumnos

Meet our TEFL Course grad Carolina! Carolina is originally from Canterbury Kent in England and she completed her TEFL certification…

28
Jun

A TEFL Teacher’s: Guide to El Rastro

Teacher's guide to El Rastro

As a TEFL teacher in Madrid, an ABSOLUTE must do is visit El Rastro.  It’s a giant open-air flea market…