• Hector Alcocer Femenia
    Hector Alcocer Femenia

    Hèctor Alcocer is a philology student at the University of Valencia who is interested in culture, literature and history. She has taught Spanish and Catalan in private and has also translated. According to him, understanding language logic is important in language learning. A deeper, step-by-step understanding of why a language works the way it does helps to make mistakes. Hèctor speaks Catalan, Spanish and English and studies in Estonian.

  • Sofía Pérez Carrión
    Sofía Pérez Carrión

    Sofía is from a little village close to Valladolid. She studied History at the University of Valladolid and a master’s degree in Communication Research. Although she has done different jobs, teaching is the most enriching for her because it is a constant learning also as a teacher.  Sofía has taught History and Latin in private lessons and she has cooperated as a volunteer teacher at YMCA giving education support to youth with social problems.  There she discovered her vocation as a teacher. Also, Sofía really loves traveling and knowing different cultures. She was few months in Laos where she taught English to the children of a small village.

  • Diego Merino
    Diego Merino

    Diego studied History at the University of Valladolid. He also studied a master’s degree in education.He has always liked to pass on his knowledge to other people.Diego had the opportunity to work as a Spanish teacher in Baltimore (United States).

    He uses active methodologies with his students.

    Diego enjoys reading, traveling and discovering new cultures, experiences and meeting new people.

  • Federico Escudero Álvarez
    Federico Escudero Álvarez

    Federico has a degree in Hispanic Philology in the University of Salamanca and a master’s degree in Didactics of Spanish as foreign language in the University of Jaén. He currently holds the position of visiting lecture in the School of Humanities in Tallinn University. He began his teaching  as a conversation assistant in Annecy (France), then as a teacher in the bilingual sections program in Košice (Slovakia) and Budapest (Hungary) where he collaborated with the Cervantes Institute. He worked as an academic coordinator at the Hispania Institute (India) and at the CREF school in Moscow (Russia). Then he worked as a visiting lecture at the University of Belgrade (Serbia), where he collaborated at the Cervantes Institute in that city. He is the creator of materials and a regular contributor to resource pages about Spanish language such as Todoele, Rutaele and Profedeele.

  • Raul Ramiro Troitiño
    Raul Ramiro Troitiño Head teacher

    Raul was born in Madrid. He has graduated in Tourism from the University of Salamanca. After 12 years of travelling and working in different parts of South America he decided to dedicate himself to teaching Spanish to foreigners. Besides degree in Tourism Raul also finished teaching courses (ELE) and has been teaching Spanish as a foreign language in Centro Picasso since 2009 and also in Tallinn University of Technology since 2012.
    He likes to use creative and fun approach in his classes in order to make students feel comfortable and open up more. Raul likes nature, different kinds of sports and nice food. He speaks Spanish ,English and a basic Estonian.

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