Krzl Light Nuñes

Back in her hometown in the Philippines, Krzl worked as a writer at a TV station before moving to Chile seven years ago. After she completed her TESOL certification, she worked for language institutes then decided to become an independent English teacher to business professionals. When she’s not giving classes, she’s either surfing along Chile’s long stretch of coastline, traveling, or practicing photography by the beach.

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Hassan, from Tanzania, Teacher in Turkey

Bridge Grad Hassan, From Tanzania, Teaching in Turkey

From being a physics and chemistry teacher, Tanzanian teacher, Hassan, shifted to specializing in TEFL for kids and teens after getting certified with Bridge. In this interview, he tells us about his experience in Turkey, where he has been teaching for the last two years.

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Patti teaching geography in China

Bridge Grad, Patti, on Teaching in Indonesia and Beyond

Canadian teacher, Patti Smith, is a BridgeTEFL grad whose holiday escapade landed her in adventure-packed jobs as an English teacher in Indonesia and China. She shares her unique experiences in these countries and how she made the most out of teaching abroad.

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Lejla, TEFL teacher in Egypt

Bridge Grad, Lejla, from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Teaching in Egypt

Lejla has been an English teacher in Egypt for the last four and a half years. In this interview, she talks about passion for teaching, describes a typical day in her life, and shares her perspective on teaching as a non-native English speaker.

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Claire, Teaching English Online in the U.S.

Claire, Mapping Out Her Future as an Online English Teacher

Bridge IDELTOnline grad, Claire, is a long-time classroom teacher whose deep love for teaching the language led her to become a full-time online English tutor last year. She tells us why she decided to teach online, what it’s like working as a tutor with English First, and discusses the rewards and challenges of teaching in the virtual classroom.

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Bridge Grad, Paulo, Living His Dream of Teaching English in Brazil

Peruvian-American English teacher, Paulo, is currently fulfilling his dream of living in Brazil after making a career switch from the hospitality industry. Now he’s teaching in Rio de Janeiro for a local non-profit that focuses on Brazil’s favelas.

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How Online Teaching Helped Me Become a Better English Teacher

You don’t need to cross an ocean to have a great TEFL experience! Here, English teacher, Krzl Light Nunes, writes about her experiences teaching English online, and the surprising ways it has improved her classroom teaching skills.

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online English teachers

Meet 3 Online English Teachers: A Traveler, Freelancer, and Entrepreneur

Whether it’s for earning extra cash a side job, being able to work from home, or for the freedom of being your own boss, there are many different reasons ESL teachers choose to work online. Meet three teachers, each with their own online teaching experience.

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Can You Teach Abroad as a Non-Native English Speaker? Hear from Teachers Doing Just That!

Some assume that only native speakers can teach a language, but this is incorrect! Read about many great Non-native English speaking teachers (NNESTs) here. There are many great NNESTs from all over the world, teaching in a wide range of countries.

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April, Filipino English teacher in Chile

April, from the Philippines, Teaching Business English in Chile

According to April, a Filipino English teacher in Chile, “Teaching English means going out of your comfort zone.” She should know– her path started out in her small home town and led her to different cities, continents, and adventures.

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Sid, teacher in Chile

Meet Sid, Bridge Grad Teaching English in Chile and Online

Coming from India, ESL teacher and Bridge IDELT graduate, Siddhartha Bhattacharya, has been an English teacher in Chile for three years now. Here, he shares his journey into traveling and teaching English in the classroom and online- all from the perspective of being a non-native English speaker.

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