I graduated from Tallinn University in the field of Russian language and literature in 2002, and I also acquired a degree in teaching Russian as a foreign language. In 2005 I acquired a Master’s degree at the same educational institution. Almost every year, I attend various courses in language teaching methodology. I have also been nominated as a Teacher of the Year 2013.
I have been working at the Multilingua Language Center since 2002, and I have taught Russian for groups of all levels, as well in individual teaching from elementary level to advanced specialist language (topics include legal language, economics, politics, military, medicine, technology, socio-cultural subjects, etc.).
In addition to Russian language classes, I organize international training in the Russian language as a foreign language (RLFL) teaching methodology. RLFL teachers from different countries visit us to learn about our methodology and improve their professional qualifications. At the training, I am happy to share my best teaching techniques and effective learning methodologies! I participate in the Erasmus+ program, within the framework of which we exchange experiences with foreign colleagues and improve our knowledge in order to use them later in our work!