It has marked almost a year since the beginning of the first quarantine wave and humans’ minds have shifted from “everything is bad” mood to “ok, we can handle that”.
Being a teacher is a lot more than just delivering knowledge on a certain subject. If you happen to work in education for a long time you might experience overwhelming depression or even a burn out. It is quite a natural process when year after year you have to go through the same set of topics to cover. And now the lockdown of 2020 has confined us within rigid boundaries that might have added extra pressure on many professionals including teachers.
Almost every person interested in foreign languages, once in a while feels the need for the helping hand of a professional, who can be bombarded with questions that we have failed to comprehend completely.
Living in the 21st century, we constantly have to cope with the problem of a vast variety of options. Where to go, what to wear and how to study? It is not a surprise then, that such a great choice could bring us to a dead-end where it is hard to understand what to opt for.
Teaching is one of the most honourable professions. Teachers are expected to have years of experience, a high level of dedication and to continue upgrading themselves professionally almost throughout their whole career.