Hi, my name is Yarely Ramirez. I have lived most of my life with my parents and four brothers (now adults) in Copán. I first graduated in Business Administration, but a short while later realized that my real love was teaching so I decided to study teaching and later graduated from La Universidad Pedagógica Nacional Francisco Morazan with a degree (“licenciatura”) in Education. Later, I studied for 3 years to obtain a diploma in specialized education of the Mayan Chorti indigenous people. (Currently, about 4,000 live only in this area of Honduras and another 47,000 nearby in eastern Guatemala). I have 9 years of experience teaching Spanish to non-native speakers, aged 3 to 70 years, both here in Copán and remotely via Skype.
I love teaching Spanish as I love helping others to communicate. I love meeting others and sharing ideas and cultural experiences.
Julia Del Carmen Carranza
Hi, my name is Julia de Casasola Carranza. (Casasola is my husband’s name). I have one son, a teenager. I qualified as a primary school teacher.
I have had 18 years of experience teaching Spanish as second language.
I love teaching Spanish as it enables me to meet people from all over the world, to make new friends, and to learn about different cultures.
Dunia de Dubon
Hi, my name is Dunia de Dubon. I have 3 kids, and qualified as a primary school teacher.
I have had 8 years of teaching Spanish as a second language. I love helping students who desire to improve themselves, especially those who wish to understand more about our beautiful language.
In the process, it is to me very stimulating to be able to learn about other cultures.