The Teacher


If you want to know more about me, here is my story

I'm an Argentinian expat who chose the stunning New Zealand to put down her roots.

Ever since I was a little child, I had a supernatural desire to speak English fluently, become a teacher and live in an English-speaking country. When I finished high school, I went on to study English at the National University of Córdoba, followed by Human Resources at Colegio Universitario IES. Here in New Zealand, I studied to get my CELTA certification at the University of Auckland. Yes, I love studying, and I'm always thinking about what to study next.

I started my teaching career at the language school where I had studied as a teenager, teaching people of all ages. There I realized I enjoyed working with adults, so I decided to focus on this age group. That was when I started working at Go! Idiomas, a school that still holds a special place in my heart, and where I could do exactly what moved me: help people break the language barrier to pursue their dreams. Even though I was perfectly happy there, there was something that needed solving: my supernatural desire to live abroad.

I left Argentina to embark on an adventure in Australia. What an amazing experience that was! Then, I backpacked around New Zealand and I felt in love: it is a genuine nook of nature. I went back home, married my fiancé, and together we came to New Zealand, which has been our home since 2017.

Soon after I arrived, I started working at a language school called Unique, in Browns Bay. I dare to say it was a life-changing experience. Although I had taught for quite a few years, I had never worked in an environment with such an amount of cultural diversity. I experienced at first hand how important it is to communicate at a deeper level among international neighbours if we want a better world. 

So, I had become a fluent speaker of English, a teacher, and settled in an English-speaking country. But because I have an inexhaustible source of dreams, I could not stop there. I wanted to be the solution to somebody else's problems, in these times when life is so hectic, so I decided to create Language Nook for those who don't like, or simple can't go to a conventional language school and prefer learning at their own pace.

If you are one of those people, I would be delighted to help you!

In a nutshell...

  • I am an Argentinian living in New Zealand.

  • I graduated from the School of Languages,  National University of Córdoba.

  • I am a CELTA holder (Cambridge Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, a certification from the University of  Cambridge for English teachers).

  • I have experience in Argentina and in New Zealand.

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The Nook


Anyone who loves reading in a hidden, cozy place, away from all distractions and obligations, as if putting themselves in an enjoyable time out, will agree with me that reading nooks are like paradise on earth. 

I remember being up to my ears in work and study, longing for the time when I could find a nook to read and learn with no pressure, for fun, because I wanted to, not because I had to. 

That is what Language Nook is all about: taking the pressure away from learning, by removing the stress, fixed schedules, commuting, paperwork and focusing  on what matters the most instead: your motivation and well-being.

 It is meant to be a space where you choose to go, no where you have to go.

And here, go means go to your nearest device.

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Don't let English get in the way of your dreams. Instead, make English the shortcut to where you want to go. 

Get in charge of your future and start taking action!

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