WŁADYSŁAWA is a Polish philologist and loves languages, especially Slavic languages. She believes that patience is an important quality for effective teachers and as a teacher it is important to be able to empathize with what students are feeling, even if it may not seem like a big deal.
Jurek is passionate about linguistics and acquiring foreign languages. He loves learning and teaching. He graduated in robotics, hitchhiked around half the world, lived and worked in 6 countries on 3 continents before coming back to his home country to connect his passions through teaching his native language to foreigners. He can speak, understand or read about 10 languages from 5 different language families to a various extent.
In teaching, inspired by robotics, he focuses on deconstructing complex concepts and feeding them to you in digestible chunks, providing the best effort-to-results ratio. He loves to help people associate words and concepts with things they're already familiar with and use other tricks that have helped him learn languages himself. He believes language is an ever-evolving, living organism we can all shape and instead of conservative correctness, we should focus on effectively delivering our thoughts. He loves how Polish allows you to be extremely playful with the language.
Magda is passionate about Slavic languages. A Ukrainian studies graduate, she also works as a soft skill trainer. Therefore, a psychological approach to learning languages is used in her lessons. Magda enjoys teaching as much as drinking good coffee (which means a lot) so her lessons are carried out with remarkable energy, care and patience.
Karolina is constantly studying. She deals with languages, contemporary philosophy and traditional culture in Poland, particularly in the Kujawy region. In her spare time she sings traditional songs and walks in the mountains. She speaks English, French and Spanish.
Karolina believes that each language is a total universe in which everything is connected. She enjoys learning and teaching languages firstly because of their cultural richness, hidden in music and linguistic habits.