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Our team of teachers is composed of people passionate about foreign languages, experienced linguists, academic teachers and at the same time polyglots and aficionados of the language and culture of each country. Some of them are presented below. Enjoy reading! Agata – It all began with Agata. She is the founder of the school. She is passionate about Greek and created  the ‘Greek Freaks’ blog​ and the portal. Agata is a Modern Greek and English philologist and linguist with pedagogical qualifications and over 10 years of experience in teaching foreign languages. Since 2006, she has been teaching individual courses, as well as group courses for companies and classes at the Warsaw University. Recently, she has been combining teaching Modern Greek with agrotourism by organising group tours to discover Greece (i.e. to Arcadia and Crete). “My favouriste form of teaching is through Skype. It allows you to save time and money and offers the comfort and flexibility of studying whenever you have some free time. I recently discovered online group courses, which allow people throughout Poland and all over the world to study Greek together.” Myrto – Graduate of Greek Philology Master in Teaching Greek as a second/foreign language at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.  Myrto lives in Athens and teaches adults and children at all levels. During her Erasmus period in Sweden she realised how much she loves the multicultural environment. She also started teaching some Swedes the Greek Language and the feeling was great, so she turned her hobby into a profession, by deciding to do this Master. That is why she loves her job. From then on, she has taught many people the Greek Language. During her internship at the University, her students have been people of various nationalities, Erasmus students and students from all over the world. She continued to teach the Greek Language at the Modern Greek Language Teaching Centre of the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens and now she gives lessons through skype. She enjoys that, because of the amazing possibilities the technology provides to students and teachers. She is passionate about foreign languages, so she speaks English, German, Swedish and Italian. She also loves the research, so she never stops doing research and speaking in conferences on Linguistics. Her main research interests include the importance of Pragmatics in teaching Greek as a second/ foreign Language. She strongly believes in the importance of humor and good atmosphere in everything! Especially during a lesson! So you can be sure you will have a great time! She can’t wait to share her passion with you! Wiktoria – is open and communicative, passionate about the Modern Greek language and Greek history. She comes from a bilingual family – her mother is Polish, her father is Greek, she has lived in Ioannina since birth, but every year she visits Łódź and Warsaw. This year she’s about to gradute in Greek philology. She reads “Iliad” and “Odyssey” in Ancient Greek. In her free time she’s a big fan of Greek dances and a member of Lykeio Hellinidon. Marta – graduate of German and English Philology. She has many years of experience in teaching both children and adults and teaches students at all levels: for elderly person’s caregivers, for persons preparing to leave for German- and English-speaking countries as well as emigrants willing to improve their knowledge of the local language, for job seekers with particular emphasis on preparing for a job interview, Business English and Wirtschaftsdeutsch at all levels of proficiency. She also offers exam preparation. Marta is interested in modern technologies, teaching didactics, implementing creativity-enhancing strategies and pedagogy as well as various forms of therapy and support for persons with disabilities and special education needs. She has finished courses in pedagogy, didactics and psychology. Marta is open to people and full of empathy, involvement, patience and serenity. Magda – has a master in Polish Philology at the University of Warsaw. Since 2009 she has been working as a Polish language teacher as a foreign language. Currently doing postgraduate studies in Speech Therapy at SWPS. She speaks Greek at B2 level. Karolina – An experienced English teacher, a graduate of the Jagiellonian University’s English Philology Department and post-graduate studies in specialist translation at the UNESCO Chair in Cracow. She has been teaching Polish as a foreign language for several years. She is interested in nature photography. She lives in Thessaloniki. Danai –  she is a Pole of Greek origin. She is physically in Poland, but her heart and soul is in Greece. All things Greek flow in her veins and temperament, decisiveness and joy of life are her mottoes Danai has an artistic soul, she is here, there and everywhere. If you hear about an interesting event, she’ll probably be there. Philologist with a diploma of the Jagiellonian University, The University of Patras, Silesian University, School of linguistics in Warsaw – graduate of Classical Philology, Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies and a course for Court Translators. Teacher of Greek and English (including preparation for FCE, CPE, matura and university-level exams) at all levels of proficiency. She is well versed in Latin and Ancient Greek. What is more- she is a great teacher! She is also the co-creator of Hardokon – the Polish nationwide LARP (Live-Action-Role-Playing) convention.