Category Archives: teachers

Q & A with Carlos Franco – teacher of Spanish

MEET THE TEACHER Q & A ¡Hola! My name is Carlos Franco and I teach Spanish at our VSL Collingwood College Centre.  I’ve been at the VSL since 2011.  The most important thing I take into the classroom each week is … Continue reading

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Q & A with Zoe Kaufmann – teacher of Japanese

Zoe Kaufmann first began formal language study when she was in Grade 5, and has been in love with the VSL and its languages since! She fondly remembers her first few lessons at the VSL. At the age of 10, … Continue reading

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Q & A with Federica Cologni, teacher of Italian

Meet the teacher: Federica Cologni, Teacher of Italian, Matthew Flinders Centre in Geelong I’ve been at the VSL for eight years as an Italian teacher; before that I’d been a VSL student (Italian and Spanish) for three years and a … Continue reading

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Q & A with Olga Quijada-Luna, Spanish teacher

Meet the teacher: Hi, my name is Olga Alicia Quijada Luna, Spanish teacher at the VSL Box Hill Centre. I am from Mexico and I have lived for 7 years in Australia. Lately, I’ve been working on… I worked here … Continue reading

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Q & A with Rita Peroni, Italian teacher

I’ve been working at VSL, Distance Education for more than 20 years. Lately, I’ve been … working on developing a new Practice Exam kit for VCE Italian students. The kit will contain two mock written papers and accompanying CDs. The … Continue reading

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