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About John Harrop
A small, freckled traveler from Liverpool, John never imagined he’d end up working in education. Then, one night in a British pub, he met some Spanish students, ended up moving to Spain and the rest, as they say, is history. Based in Seville, he now spends his time teacher-training, teaching, writing and performing interactive puppet shows with Bat-i-Burrillo Teatro de Títeres.
Latest posts by John Harrop (see all)
- How to use your TEFL skills to get into coursebook writing - December 16, 2016
- Summer (School) Madness: working as a summer course director - April 12, 2016
- Un Auténtico Chorizo: Teaching for a Cowboy Outfit in Madrid - December 17, 2015
December 16, 2016 | John Harrop 6
Have you been teaching a while? Have you built up a bank of ideas and/or materials you think you can turn into a coursebook? Have …
April 12, 2016 | John Harrop 4
I was just settling down to a well-earned siesta when “John – teléfono!” shouted my flatmate Javi. “Hi, it’s Neil …
December 17, 2015 | John Harrop 23
Juan Motilla’s dark eyes looked us up and down with contempt; he was wearing an impeccably pressed, pastel coloured shirt …
April 17, 2014 | John Harrop 6
What does an award-winning make-up artist, a wedding photographer and a counseling psychologist all have in common? Well, they all spent time as TEFL teachers (and claim that their success is, in part, due to their teaching experience).