Teaching is my passion. In my work I’m focused on supporting learners, in individual and group courses as well, assigning various tasks (often practical) and appraising the effects of students' work. I am an outgoing person who loves working with adults and children. Furthermore, I am reliable, honest, punctual, and have great communication skills. The individual score of my students is always basic for my teaching programme. I’m PVG Scheme member.
|University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn (Poland)||5-years uniform studies: Law||Master of Law|
|University of Pisa (Italy)||7th term of Law studies||Socrates-Erasmus Programme|
|Univeristy of Bari (Italy)||3-years undergraduate course: Foreign languages||Linguistic Intermediation for EU|
|University of Warsaw (Poland)||2-term postgraduate studies: Legal and Judicial Translations - Italian Language||Certificate of completion|
|Higher School of Computer Science and Economics of Olsztyn (Poland)||3-term postgraduate studies: Education for Teachers||Certificate of completion|
|University of Leeds (UK)||Intercultural Studies: Language and Culture||Certificate of completion|
I’ve started to teach for good in 2008 in Warsaw, where I’ve worked for many years as an Italian language teacher for several schools of foreign languages in Warsaw. Seeking for the better understanding of my students’ learning problems I decided to study Pedagogy for Teachers. In 2009 I completed a three-term post-graduated studies (including 155 h of teaching internship). Until the 2016 I’ve continued my work as a teacher and translator in Poland for the companies with Italian personnel, after that I’ve moved in Scotland. In 2017 I’ve applied for Polish School in Glasgow offering a place as a Teaching assistant in the preparatory class for 5-years old children. Currently I'm a Primary Teacher leading the P2 class at Polish School in Glasgow. My latest linguistic project is: Italian language for travellers (The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Italy) - A1 adult class - Course story ‘Andy di Glasgow in Italy’ (series of conversations) and Recipes - based in Glasgow.