Education, Languages

Russian, ice cream, and Rosetta Stone.

Se here I am starting again learning Russian. I always had a soft spot for this language. I learnt my first words when travelling with my parents around Soviet Union, somewhere between 1985-1988. My first sentence/phrase that I practiced with an extreme dedication was Мороженое пожалуйста (Ice cream, please).  My parents gave me some pocket money and the deal was that I had to ask for what I desired the most, in the local language. Therefore Russian. Therefore ice cream.

Coaching, Education

Vision board in coaching Generation Z

I would like to share my experience and how I changed my approach to teaching after my coaching course, and its impact on my students. In 2017 I started using elements of coaching in my English teaching. The final project for my digital art students was a vision board and a presentation in English. They… Continue reading Vision board in coaching Generation Z

Education, Languages

How to learn English on your own?

There are many ways to improve your English. The more regular your contact with a foreign language is, the more you will progress. I always recommend following techniques/sources: BBC 6 minutes English  - series of topical discussion and new vocabulary, brought to you by excellent BBC Learning English presenters. You can choose from English at work, English at… Continue reading How to learn English on your own?