Rashmi Chugani

Rashmi is a journalist and an English teacher. After spending many years between Peru and the US, she chose to make Spain her home. She enjoys contemporary art, Madrid’s theatre scene, and a good cup of coffee. She hopes to run her own online news organization one day.

Posts by Rashmi

BridgeUniverse Virtual Summit

Key Takeaways From the BridgeUniverse English Language Testing Summit

BridgeUniverse successfully hosted its second Summit with the participation of various leaders in the English Language Testing field. The Virtual Summit on English Language Testing: High Stakes for Learners & Teachers took place from April 26-28, 2022 and analyzed different kinds of English assessments with the participation of test providers such as Pearson, Trinity College […]

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teach English as a Christian service

How to Teach English as a Christian Service

Christians participate in trips to serve others across the world as they carry out different helpful community tasks. They take part in all kinds of work, from environmental to medical to educational projects, including teaching English. If you want to teach English as a Christian service, here are the steps you need to take to […]

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Teaching TOEFL test prep

A Guide to Teaching TOEFL Test Prep: What It Entails and How to Get Started

The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is a standardized test used for admissions and placements around the world. Teaching TOEFL test prep is a great niche for English teachers to dive into, as there’s a high demand for teachers to help students ace this popular exam. Let’s take a closer look at […]

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set yourself apart as an English teacher

5 Ways to Set Yourself Apart as an English Teacher

These five ways to set yourself apart as an English teacher will help you make a good impression on potential employers and land a reputable, high-paying job in the TEFL industry.

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How many hours of TEFL/TESOL certification do I need

How Many Hours of TEFL/TESOL Certification Do I Need? Is 120 Enough?

Find out what you really need to qualify for jobs teaching English online or abroad and get tips for choosing the right TEFL/TESOL course for your plans.

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ETS TOEFL grant

ETS Offers Teachers Grants for TOEFL® Research Projects

Are you a global English language teacher interested in taking part in assessment-related research with your students? ETS, the world’s largest, nonprofit educational testing and measurement organization, is calling for qualified educators to apply for the 2023 TOEFL® English-language Researcher/Practitioner Grant Program. ETS provides research-backed products, conducts high-quality research, and offers assessments such as the […]

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how long does it take to get a TEFL certification

How Long Does It Take to Get a TEFL Certification?

If you’re thinking about becoming an English teacher or exploring a new ESL niche, you’ll need to consider getting TEFL/TESOL certified so you can qualify for competitive jobs or attract students as a freelancer. You’ve probably wondered about the time commitment this entails and have asked yourself, “How long does it take to get a […]

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teach English to beginners

5 Tips for Teaching English Online to Beginners

Many new teachers might feel a little intimidated by the prospect of teaching English to beginners. Fear not! It’s quite unlikely your student will have zero grasp of English phrases – especially if the class is online. In reality, the student will likely know some basic words and phrases. You don’t need to know your […]

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get your first TEFL job

How to Get Your First TEFL Job: A New Teacher’s One-Stop Guide

New to the world of ESL and not quite sure how to get your first TEFL job? Find out how long it takes to get a TEFL job, where to find English teaching opportunities, and more.

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feedback for ESL students

How to Give Feedback to ESL Students

Feedback for ESL students is more than saying, “Good job!” It can take various forms (written, verbal, and visual) and have different purposes, such as assessing students’ progress, encouraging their efforts, and building confidence and rapport through rewards. The more you teach, the more you’ll find that using different types of ESL feedback is beneficial […]

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