University degree as a Russian-English linguist and a teacher. I know firsthand how challenging it can be to study a foreign language as I also speak Bulgarian and Romanian and I used to study German and French. I have recently moved to Scotland, where my daughter, who also knows 4 languages, has become a student doctor.
As a mother and a teacher, I strongly believe that the learning process must be enjoyable in order to achieve the best results.
I have different interests: from reading classical literature to skiing, from cooking to playing tennis, from traveling to knitting, from dogs to... cats.
People who know me say that I am a cheerful and a friendly person.
At present, teaching at a Glasgow University, at Glasgow schools, at a language school, also, to bilingual children at the Russian School of Scotland.
Face-to-face and online lessons, private lessons and group classes in Glasgow, new group classes start in October 2018.
I am regularly invited to do workshops for the Scotland's National Centre for Languages, to spark interest in the language.
I love my job and I have taught the languages for over 15 years to different age groups, from home, at language courses, at schools, universities, for the US Government and Moldovan Government.
I also have a University Diploma in Psychology and MBA Diploma. The knowledge helps me understand people's motivation better and professionally teach business levels of the languages.
All private lessons are individually tailored. After each lesson, my students receive some more material of their interests.
'Laugh Like Learn' approach.
I personally do not believe that the word "studying" was made from two words "student dying"...
|Languages||Russian, English (British), Romanian|
|Availability||Weekends, Weekdays (all times)|
|References Available||On File|
|Moldova State University||1991||Bachelors||Russian-English|
|Moldova State University||2006||Professional||Psychology (study in Russian)|
|Grenoble Higher School of Business||2005||Masters||Global Management|
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