AA liberal Arts (Psychology Politics)
Since I was in college, I have always had the pleasure of exercising one of the world's most noble professions: Teaching and tutoring! I have mostly taught languages: English, French and Spanish. I have also had the opportunity to teach teenagers in after schooling programs. I had the privilege of sharing with them the knowledge acquired in college: Psychology, Politics, Sociology, Philosophy and all sort of disciplines within the field of Humanities. Now I teach both adults and kids.
Teaching is not a profession; it is a passion. And teaching a language is more than just explaining grammar, assess pronunciation, review vocabulary, etc. When learning and/or teaching a language you do much more than. When learning a language we learn about the culture behind that language. I personally don’t see it as teaching. To me, it is the experience and privilege of sharing my culture with others willing to make of Spanish their language as well.
Currently, I am enrolled with TEFL Academy obtaining my ESOL certification. I have been teaching people of all ages and origins ESL for more than 10 years. I have had the opportunity to teach not only in the U.S. but also in Europe and Latino-America.
I have more than 10 years of teaching both languages in different parts of the world. I am native speaker of Spanish originally from Peru. I have lived in different countries since an early age: a very cosmopolitan upbringing. I live in different Spanish-Speaking countries. I have lived and studied in Paris-France. I have lived and traveled the world including Europe, and the Americas.
My Passion for learning has driven me to share my knowledge with others. When sharing, I learn that there is far more in life than just making a living. Since I was in college, I have always had the pleasure of exercising one of the world's most noble professions: Teaching and tutoring! I have mostly taught languages: English, French and Spanish. I have also had the opportunity to teach teenagers in after schooling programs. I had the privilege of sharing with them the knowledge acquired in
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I am native Speaker with more than 10 years of experience teaching in different settings: high school, college, learning centers and private and online lessons.