I'm Narine Stepanyan. I was born in and brought up in a small village called Nshavan. I went to a local school there. After graduating school, I was accepted into Yerevan State University in the department of English language and Literature. I have my teacher's qualification.
I enjoy foreign languages very much, and while in university, English was my first language, and French was my second language. After graduating university, I started working in Ayntap secondary school as an English teacher.
I like teaching, sharing about our country, nation, churches, and culture. I think that teaching is a work of the heart. I believe that strong relationships between teachers and students are critically important for a meaningful personalized learning experience.
Teaching has always been my passion, as it reveals my inner desire to help others, to impart my knowledge to them, and to sail into other people's minds.
I'm a well determined and vigorous individual, yet pleasantly calm. I encourage fighting for what you desire and believe in, and doing it through God because nothing great comes easily and with God everything is possible.
Hello! My name is Lusine! I have been a dance and yoga instructor for over 10 years. I look forward to helping you by connecting movement, learning and confidence with our time together. I teach a variety of dance genres, including but not limited to Armenian folk, contemporary, and soul. See you online!
Hello! I am Sergey Badalyan from Yerevan, Armenia. I am a student at Yerevan State Medical University specializing in general human medicine. My research and career interests lie at the nexus of human medicine and, especially education, and I am fortunate to pursue relevant opportunities in my teenage years.
In addition to science, I really enjoy helping others to learn new languages. I also enjoy tutoring them specifically in their homework material. This explains the fact that I finished more than 200-hours of community work inside and outside of my high school (mostly in outlying villages of Armenia) teaching peers the basics of biology and chemistry, and providing foreigners the Armenian content I cultivated for beginners to learn.
I speak Armenian, English, German and also, a little bit of Russian. I also enjoy organizing events, show productions and journalism.
Hello, my name is Hagop. I graduated from Yerevan State Medical University in the Pharmacy Department. I know three languages fluently: Armenian, English and Arabic. I have improved my English by attending language courses at the American University of Armenia and at the ETC Language training center. I love both teaching and learning. Previously, I had an experience of teaching children at an Armenian church individually and in groups as well. I consider it as an essential and useful experience because working with them can move you to a whole new world filled with fun, innocence and enjoyment. Teaching Armenian is extremely satisfying, because Armenian kids need to know their mother language and this can make a great bond between them and their motherland. I look forward to meeting you in our classes and to help you in the journey of getting linked with your roots.