I was born in Querétaro, and raised in Dolores Hidalgo, Guanajuato, hometown of mexican independance and a beautiful colonial town.
With certifications from the Universidad de Barcelona, International House and Tía Tula, I have been teaching Spanish to foreigners for the past five years. I have taught Spanish to students from all over the world, sharing with them my passion for Mexican culture and the Spanish language. I also hold a degree in Psychology from the UVM campus Querétaro.
I adjust the pace of my class to each student, however, I like to give interesting, fun and practical classes, using daily situations so the learning process gets easier. I believe learning a language is both getting communicative skills and getting involved with the culture and therefore I include cultural aspects of the language in my classes.
I believe in making the new language part of the students life, by giving examples, exercises and readings adjusted to the goals and interests of each student.
I feel very passionate about teaching Spanish, I enjoy giving other people tools and abilities to communicate and I deeply enjoy the exchange of different points of view and experiences.