SLB member Myles Klynhout shares his thoughts on what a materials bank could offer ELT teachers & learners. Talk of a new wave of ELT materials Last Saturday I caught up with some of my fellow co-opers (before the Barcelona […]
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SLB’s experience working with creative industries continues to grow! We are delighted to have secured a contract with Glassworks Barcelona, a renowned visual FX and postproduction company. We are providing specialised English training to some of the key staff at Glassworks, […]
In this post we’ll try to address a question which comes up again and again in teachers’ forums and group pages in Spain. The situation goes something like this: I work for an academy but a company has offered me […]
Back on July 26th we held our first public information session in Barcelona to explain what our cooperative is about and to invite applications to join us. Despite being on the cusp of the holidays, we got a good turnout […]
In the last post we discussed some of the stigma and fear attached to becoming an autónomo teacher in Spain. Judging by the comments this post generated, it seems that teachers across the world face similar problems when considering the freelance […]
The answer to the question “Who’d be a freelance teacher?” will vary greatly according to your geographical location. In France, the answer might be “Quite a lot of people”. Of course there are pitfalls, but for many French workers freelancing makes […]