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University Andrés Bello. Caracas, Venezuela (Industrial Relations)
Temple University (Master's)
Florida Atlantic University (Master's)
My name is Novika. I have been teaching Spanish for over 15 years, all ages and levels, beginners, intermediate, and advanced. I have two masters degree, a Master in Education with a Business concentration, and a Master of Arts in Teaching Spanish. I have tutored students from elementary school trough college levels. I have also experience teaching in-company courses of Spanish for Business and Spanish for Health Care Professionals.
Teaching my native tongue Spanish is my passion, since Spanish is not only vocabulary or grammar. It goes beyond that. It's a voyage into our music, our food, our entire culture and folklore.
With much happiness and enthusiasm, I welcome you to my Spanish world! Let's start our trip together now!
I have been teaching Spanish for over 15 years. I have two master degrees: Master in Education (Business concentration ), and a Master of Arts in Teaching Spanish. I have taught all levels (beginners, intermediate, and advanced levels). I have taught all ages from 5 to 99 years old. In addition, Spanish is my native tongue. I love teaching my language. It's my passion!
Please, do not hesitate to contact me to learn more and schedule lessons. I'm available to answer any questions you may have. Hola!
My name is Novika. I have been teaching Spanish for over 15 years, all ages and levels, beginners, intermediate, and advanced. I have two masters degree, a Master in Education with a Business concentration, and a
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