Todos los profesores de AMAUTA tienen el español como lengua nativa
y están preparados para brindar a los estudiantes la experiencia
más rica posible de cultura y costumbres peruanas. Ellos han sido
seleccionados por su gran calidad para enseñar, por su entusiasmo
y conocimiento del Cusco y el Perú. Vienen de diferentes países
de Latinoamérica. Todos hicieron el curso de capacitación
de Amauta, y participan en diferentes cursos de actualización
durante su permanencia en la escuela.
I am really happy to be part of a team that is so committed to its work. I love to welcome the students every Monday and celebrate with them on Fridays with a Pisco Sour. It is a great way to acknowledge their achievements once they receive their certificates ater they are finished their course.
Working in Amauta has given me the satisfaction to meet new people and to be in a nice working environment. Each day I have the chance to get in touch with cultures and customs from different countries through conversations with the students. These students also learn much about Peru through the AMAUTA school and their classes. Teaching Spanish to foreign students not only enlightens the students, but it enlightens me as well.
Here, apart from teaching the Spanish language, we share information about our culture, our lifestyle and our traditions. It is through learning a language that we become more aware of a particular culture. Because we come in contact with students from different parts of the world, we also are able to learn from them and experience a taste of their culture. We look forward to having you here at our school soon!
My name is Rodolfo and I am a part of the excellent group of teachers that work here in Amauta. I have many beautiful memories for each student that I have taught here at the school.
|PAULA ARAUJO GAMARRA
Teaching Spanish at the AMAUTA Spanish School is a unique opportunity for me to not only teach Spanish to students from all over the world but learn from them as well. Not only do I teach the Spanish Grammar, Vocabulary, and the pronunciation, I have the chance to learn a lot about my students, their experiences, habits and I enjoy a special friendship with them. This is what makes my work very intense and extensive.
|NANCY FLÓREZ PUMA
Hello, my name is Nancy Flórez
I have a degree in education from the San Antonio Abad University in Cusco; therefore I am a licensed Spanish teacher. I am specialized in language and literature as well as Quechua and the history of Cusco. Thanks to my degree I understand and know a lot more about my origin and the Andean culture, which makes me value it more.
At the moment I teach communication, Quechua and investigation at the public musician college in Cusco and I am a Spanish teacher at the prestigious AMAUTA School. I love working at Amauta because of the relationship with so many different personalities from various places around the world which enriches my work as a teacher as well as a person.
|ELVIRA PEREZ PACHECO GUERRA
My name is Elvira Pérez
The possibility to interact with people from different places gives me the chance to not only teach the Spanish language, but also share our history, culture, customs etc. and to get to know those of my students. Actually, I enjoy the opportunity to enlarge my vision of the world all the time through what I learn from my students while they do the same.
|PATRICIA OCHOA MEDINA
Teaching Spanish to foreign students, is not only teach the language itself, but also interact and share our customs, traditions, history and especially our culture and lifestyle. For me it's a great experience and interesting activity because I can also learn the same from my students and their culture. The pleasant atmosphere and team of teachers is very nice, we really enjoyed the friendship that begins with students in the daily share !!..
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