They can do it at home or at work. They don't need to commute or sit in a large classroom. These are private lessons designed for each student's skill level.
Afton, MN (PRWEB) June 6, 2008
Spanish lessons at the click of a mouse are now available through 1 on 1 Spanish. Based in the Twin Cities, this online Spanish school puts students all over the world in touch with Spanish immersion school teachers in Central America.
Skype is a free video and audio program that is downloaded and installed on home computers with ease. The school uses it so that a student and teacher can meet online for real time private lessons.
"It gives students an easy and efficient way to learn Spanish," Chaim Teitelbaum, CEO of 1 on 1 Spanish said. "They can do it at home or at work. They don't need to commute or sit in a large classroom. These are private lessons designed for each student's skill level."
Jessica Lanuza Rojas, the school's academic director, lives in Nicaragua and has taught Spanish for over 15 years. "1 on 1 Spanish provides a truly wonderful opportunity for our teachers who live in a small town in Nicaragua. They can work with students all over the world," she said.
Lessons at all levels are available. Some students use this to refresh their skills, others to learn more about Spanish. Whatever the reason, many people today are seeing the benefits of learning one of the most widely spoken languages in the world.
"Online language courses are a new direction and we are happy to be a part of this," Teitelbaum added. "It can be fun and greatly satisfying. It also can create valuable opportunities for students and working professionals in today's changing world."
For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release (or for a free sample lesson), contact Chaim Teitelbaum or visit 1 on 1 Spanish.
About 1 on 1 Spanish:
1 on 1 Spanish is an online interactive Spanish language service that enables users worldwide to receive live, private lessons from professional Spanish language teachers in Nicaragua via Internet-based teleconferencing.
Chaim Teitelbaum, CEO