For the Love of Speaking
Our languages courses are fun — because we specifically select our teachers to be motivating and engaging.
How We Select and Train Teachers
The right teacher is key to language learning and student satisfaction. That’s why we select and train our teachers to be dynamic and passionate — and understand the experience of being an expat.
All new recruits — expert and novice alike — undergo a two-day intensive training orientation, designed by Expath co-founder Tia Robinson.
Together they explore the Expath method of leading students in speaking-based lessons with real-life applications. The result? Classes that are both interactive and meaningful.
In our monthly professional development seminar, teachers dive deep into a different topic, learning best practices from our dedicated teacher trainer André.
They also share their own learnings to make sure successes and breakthroughs benefit everyone.
Meet the teachers.
Alina is happiest when learning and teaching. Making up her own classroom activities, she keeps lessons interesting and ensures students learn what they really need.
Helping students understand the logic behind the grammar rules makes Wekas feel like a superhero. His custom way of teaching keeps classes fun and light.
Veronika loves helping students settle into their new lives by teaching them German. Her classes fly by and students get better at speaking almost without realizing it.
As a non-native speaker, André had to master German himself. He knows what it’s like and picks the right activity for every step of the learning journey.
Thank you so much for your self-study German course! I was looking for a way to navigate learning while taking care of a newborn and your course solved this dilemma for me. Boy did I understand things better than I did before!
My teacher mades the most of the technology and tools available to create a wonderful in-class experience! Having the time to go into ‘breakout rooms’ and practice speaking is particularly useful, as is the use of a virtual whiteboard for taking notes throughout the class.