I have dedicated many years of my life teaching; despite I did not finish a career in Education or I had not worked as a teacher. I studied technology of education at the same time I was studying Physical therapy, but I was committed more to complete studies in the health field. All what I had studied involves teaching others in many ways. In rehabilitation we have to have the understanding how people learn to train our patients not only to follow our indications and explaining the medical part involves in their care, but also by explaining them how they can prevent injuries. Personally, I have a commitment with the general public about to inform prevention every time I write articles or do research in the physical therapy field. Later in my life due to my perusing for further knowledge to help my clients, I had completed studies in human services and natural health field. I had worked many years as a trainer for families in the human services. Furthermore, my work as volunteer and a task force member for the AHA have given me many opportunities to teach on health prevention of heart disease. My passion for teaching goes hand to hand with my passion to learn. I am offering to teach Spanish, because I know this is a very important language to know. Learning language helps our brain. It is important that we start learning a language from a native speaker. I am original from Venezuela. The Spanish I speak is more mono-tone. I had learned that international presenters / TV-Radio show reporters / come to Venezuela to reduce their accent. This monotone rhythm of the language facilitates listeners to comprehend better what they are hearing. Many are my skills, but I consider my patience, perseverance, and creativity to be my best skills. I am also a believer that learning must be fun and with real life examples.
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