Introducing Our Teachers
Hi, My name is Heather Zubek and I am Freelance Writer. I am teaching reading, writing and public speaking at Eqdemic School! I have been a teacher for 30 years. I enjoy teaching as it allows me to connect with students on a fundamental level and helps me educate the next generation.
Hi, My name is Claire Bell and I am a 20 years experienced English teacher in both state and private schools. I am author of Stone Age Secrets for Mind and Body and Comma Magic which is a book on how to use commas correctly. I enjoy writing and reading and I am also a freelance writer for The Age and Sydney Morning Herald. Currently I am English course content writer for University of Tasmania. I have been with EQDemic for last 4 years and I love my students by inspiring them to read, think, talk and write.
Hi, my name is Suzanne Pi. I am currently a student studying Education/Arts at Monash University. It has been my greatest pleasure being an English tutor at EQDemic coaching school. Throughout my childhood I’ve been inspired by so many teachers which has made me take on teaching as I aspire to be like them: compassionate, patient and enthusiastic. I have been a private tutor teaching English, Chinese and Maths for the past few years and have dedicated time to volunteer at many different schools. I am passionate about teaching because its very rewarding being able to share my knowledge, I love how I can develop strong and positive student teacher relationships and I love challenging my students and watching them achieve their goals.
Hi, my name is Peter Symons. I am high school English teacher. I am very enthusiastic and believe in fun, positive learning focused on celebrating successes. I can tailor my approach to each individual student and will enable everyone to achieve their potential.
Hi, my name is Nur Abrotonite. I'm a freelance writer with an academic background in Arts and humanities, and I love reading and writing. One of my favourite university memories was running the English conversation club for international students and learning about their culture. It was very rewarding to see their self confidence and English skills improve. My goal is to help my students to achieve their full potential and enjoy learning English.
Hi, my name is Natalia Kuna. I have worked at EQDemic for 15 years as an English teacher. Several years back she was appointed as Head Teacher of Grade 3, which entailed overseeing teachers & contributing towards curriculum and examinations. I have a diverse background in English Teaching. She has taught English as a Second Language at well-known international language schools (Cambridge International College in Melbourne and Nova in Japan) and have worked independently as an English Consultant/Tutor for both adults and students of all ages, concentrating on education and business. I have worked as an Education Supervisor at a prominent museum in New Zealand., and has assisted families in preparing students for scholarship.