I have carried out the majority of my education in my home country, Spain. I studied Political Science at the Complutense University of Madrid. After completing my degree in 1993, I decided to move my career path and follow my desire to teach and obtained a ‘Spanish Qualified Teacher’ qualification (CAP). Following this, I moved to London where I lived for 12 years. Whilst in London, I worked in various fields before completing my UK Qualified Teacher Status. Continuing my education, I achieved a Foundation Course in Teaching Adults at the Cervantes Institute in London.
I have attended an International Baccalaureate Workshop last November 2015 in North Carolina called Category One MYP Spanish B: Implementing the Middle Years Programme Curriculum, to improve teaching MYP students and differentiating my instruction.
My teaching experience has given me an opportunity to work with students from different ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Teaching is so much about understanding the needs of students and devising teaching methods that will help raise their interest in the subject being taught and facilitate learning. To make learning fun and easy, I create different PowerPoint presentations for the students, teach songs in the target language, play some created games for the purpose of the units, play some videos related to the units and I organize listening and role play activities to get my students motivated and interested in the target language taught.
In my current position, I have showcased excellent multi-tasking skills, I have had to write reports, create lesson plans and rubrics, evaluate progress of the students, update students portfolios, Along with my teaching skills, I bring positive and creative energy to the students.
With several years’ experience and having the opportunity to work for the British School of New York since September 2014, I am confident that I possess the qualifications and experience required to help students to achieve their goals. I have carried out the majority of my education in my home country, Spain. I studied Political Science at the Complutense University of Madrid. After completing my degree in 1993, I decided to move my career path and follow my desire to teach and obtained a ‘Spanish Qualified Teacher’ qualification (CAP). Following this, I moved to London where I
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I am a qualified Spanish Teacher from Spain.