English, Philosophy and Psychology
My interest in the English language was aroused on a student exchange programme in California just ten years ago. I was deeply fascinated by the possibility of communicating in a world language with people virtually all over the world and I am still fascinated to this very day.
In my view, psychology, philosophy, and ethics offer trilling topics for conversation in this language. I knew that I would become a teacher at a very early age. I am enthused about working with young people and observing how they constantly develop, improving all the time and getting more and more self-confident.
Best Moments in Teaching
There are many nice moments in my profession. Laughing together is particularly important. Nobody should feel excluded in class. I enjoy fostering genuine curiosity in my students. The illuminated looks of when students finally comprehend are irreplaceable to a teacher.