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I am a CELTA qualified teacher who has experience teaching English to students of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds. I have taught across Europe and Asia including Austria, Germany, Italy, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Poland, Italy, Bulgaria, and Russia. I am passionate about using a mixture of collaborative and communicative learning techniques to facilitate a productive, engaging, and fun classroom environment. I strongly believe the most efficient learning environment is one which fosters fun and hands on practice of the language being taught. Drama certainly plays a significant role within my teaching approach as it enables students to use the whole range of their language capabilities.
My first experience of teaching was the summer of 2006 when I travelled to Mietne in Poland to teach English to teenagers for four weeks as part of a university exchange project. This project ignited my passion for education and travelling and was a pivotal moment in my career. Following this, I joined ACLE’s Theatrino which is a travelling theatre in education company based in San Remo in Italy. Theatrino uses theatre and drama techniques to teach English to students from pre-primary to secondary.
In 2013, I became fully qualified as I successfully passed my Cambridge Certificate of English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA) at the Norwich Institute for Language Education (NILE). Since then I have mainly taught with English in Action and INTO UEA along with other shorter contracts with NILE.
2013 – Present English in Action, Europe
2013 – 2015 INTO University of East Anglia, Norwich
2007 – 2008 ACLE Theatrino, Italy
2006 Anglo-Polish Universities Project, Poland