Our dedicated language teachers are the essence of our language courses for German and English. For learning a foreign language a dedicated teacher is essential. In our language school in Berlin-Mitte (or via Skype) you are exclusively taught by native speaking, well-qualified and above all motivated teachers.
Due to our small group sizes of 4 to 8 participants on average, professional language teachers are particularly important. We do not offer soporific frontal teaching in front of 20 to 30 students at the same time. We want you (the students) to participate as much and as actively as possible.
To learn to speak a foreign language there is no way around speaking. With your trainer as well as with your classmates. The language teacher has the important task to give all participants more or less the same attention and speaking time. To slow down the fully motivated ones and to lure the rather shy ones out of themselves.
When hiring new teachers, we therefore pay very close attention to the fulfilment of our requirements profile. And we thoroughly put newly hired employees to the test. It is of vital importance to us to satisfy all our participants as much as possible and to help them make rapid progress in learning English or German. The reward for our efforts is 100% customer satisfaction. Here you can convince yourself of these.
“I am happy to see my students master my mother tongue better bit by bit and have fun speaking German. I love working with people from all over the world on a daily basis in my job!”
“At the end of the day the job I do helps people, I may not be a lawyer, or a renowned philanthropist, yet I get to help mold minds, shape thoughts, persuade tongues and most of all I get to touch dreams”
“I love being a German teacher because I like people.”
“I love being an English teacher because I love imbuing people with the same passion for English that I have”
Teaching is a great way to meet new and interesting people from all over the world, and to help them reach an important goal that they have. It’s great when students can enjoy learning English and also feel like they’re bettering themselves at the same time.
“I love being an English teacher as it gives me the oppurtunity to meet people from all over the world and share our cultural and learning experiences together”
“I believe that the German language is very interesting and provides information about our culture and how the Germans are. I love to help others.”
“I like being a German teacher because my students become friends when I spend time with them in class. I am always happy with them about their progress.”
“I love being an English teacher because I’m a communicator and I really have a passion for languages. I have learned three languages already and I love my native language, so this puts me in a good position to be an English teacher!”
“The world only functions when we understand each other. This requires thinking, it requires communication. Both need language. That’s why I teach.”
“I love watching my students’ English improve, their confidence grow, and their ability to play around and have fun with the language I was lucky enough to be born with increase. That’s why I’m a teacher.”
“Every language has a very special view of the world – learning a language means expanding your own perception of the world. It gives me pleasure to be a part of this exciting process.”
“Originally, Grimm’s fairy tales awakened my interest in the German language. I am happy to now have the opportunity to share something of my culture.”
“I consider it enriching to get in touch with different cultures and to help people to communicate.”
“I like being a German teacher because I love interacting with people and helping them to learn a new language.”
“I teach German as a foreign language because I want to help people feel at home in Berlin and Germany.”
“As a German teacher I am constantly learning new things about and from my students. A good lesson includes fun, a successful experience and harmonious cooperation!”
The best thing about being an English teacher is that instead of being chained to a computer you are free to use all of your pent-up drawing, acting, and socialising skills to make a difference.
“As an English teacher I am lucky to be able to meet interesting people from all over the world while sharing my passion for language, making it my ideal job.”