What brought you to the Czech Republic, and what made you to join EUFRAT team? I grew up here and I consider this my home. I decided to teach at Eufrat when I was looking for a consistent day job that I enjoy.
What is, in your opinion, the mission of a language tutor? To approach their job responsibly and to ensure that every student is progressing with their English in an enthusiastic manner.
What would your students say about you? I hope they would say that I'm fun, easy going but also that I create a safe environment for anyone to develop.
And how would you describe your student? An eager learner who has the attitude of trying their best.
Is there a lasting lesson you hope students take from your classes? That each and every one of them is unique and can make a contribution in the world today.
What is, according to you, the best thing about EUFRAT? What I like most are the facilities, materials for my use and the team is great too.
Is there a message you would like to send to your future students? Do not be afraid to be your true self and to make mistakes. They are a part of life and without them there cannot be progress :)
Favourite book: The Bible, The Kite Runner
Movie: Blue Valentine, A Prophet, Magnolia
Band / Record: The National, Chvrches, Kings of Leon
Sea or mountains: The mountains
Summer or winter: I prefer fall or spring but between these two I'd go for summer
Dog or cat: Dogs edge it for me slightly