What languages and levels do you teach?
How do your classes work?
What does the homework look like?
What do you mean by maximum efficiency?
Content efficiency means adapting to your specific situation – logically we’re not going to address office situations with a teenager, just like I’m not going to shove travel vocabulary down your throat just for the sake of teaching it.
Effectiveness of form – I’m of the opinion that you don’t need a teacher to hold your hand while doing exercises, reading texts or listening to recordings. That’s why I usually supply these types of assignments to students as part of their homework (along with solutions and transcripts) so that we don’t waste your time during class. However, if you prefer more of the “classical teaching” style, I’m more than happy to incorporate elements that you’re used to into your lessons.
Do you also teach grammar?
Do I need a textbook?
Do you prepare students for certificates as well?
Who do you work with?
Am I the right fit?
What do you provide for tutors?
How much do your lessons cost?
14€/30 minutes, 20€/45 minutes, 26€/60 minutes. I do not offer quantity discounts.
What length/frequency of classes do you recommend?
Is it possible to learn something in 30 minutes?
– learning is just a hobby for you, you have other priorities, and you don’t care how fast you progress
– complete beginners – at this stage, in addition to learning a new language, you also need to focus on creating a system and setting aside time for learning. That’s why it’s good not to overdo it
– maintaining an advanced level of language through conversation
How does the payment work?
Can you also issue an invoice to the company?
Do you also teach pairs?
Is it possible to cancel a lesson?
What is your typical availability?
Do you also tutor in person?
Are there any special skills required for lessons?
How old are you?
What are your interests and why do you teach?
What is your educational background?
As I am currently pursuing my Bachelor’s degree (BSc. Software & Information Engineering, TU Wien) in tandem to freelance teaching, my highest educational attainment to date is the International Baccalaureate Diploma. I have deliberately avoided receiving university education in teaching and languages, because many institutions have, in my opinion, fallen asleep to the times and stick to ossified principles that are not sufficient for modern society. I hold, however, both the Goethe C1 and DELE C1 certificates, and have the experience of hundreds of lessons under my belt.
You can find my certificates under: