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Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles
Institute of Foreign Languages St. Petersburg Russia (Master's)
Cambridge CELTA Certificate (Other)
I am a Cambridge CELTA certified ESL instructor with 8 + years in training, teaching Business ESL and educational experience that is solidly grounded in creating a positive learning environment by building a high degree of rapport with participants, thus facilitating motivation and learning.
My teaching style is direct and decisive, yet flexible allowing for a student-centered and fun learning environment. I interact well with everyone and I have leadership skills to inspire and motivate students.
Before taking a Sr. ESL instructor position at EC Boston I have had a great opportunity to teach and train in Europe and Russia a diverse group of young adults, business people and teenagers. As a result, I have developed phenomenal communication, interpersonal and time management skills. Furthermore, I have become proficient in developing comprehensive lesson plans, using multimedia and creating stimulating thematic units.
One of my greatest strengths is the passion for teaching while sharing sociocultural, business and professional experiences with learners. My goal is simple, I invite students in the heart of the learning process by creating a connection through their purpose and passion. I am a Cambridge CELTA certified ESL instructor with 8 + years in training, teaching Business ESL and educational experience that is solidly grounded in creating a positive learning environment by building a high degree of rapport with
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