Roberta Ronchetti

My name is Roberta and I come from Umbria, the beautiful Italian region known as “The green heart of Italy” for its beautiful green valleys, woods and meadows.
After graduating in Foreign Languages and Literature at Roma Tre University (Rome,Italy) I decided
to focus on Italian teaching for foreigners, got two Masters Degrees (“Media Education and Didactic planning” ,“ Theory and Methodology to teach Italian to foreigners”), the Dilit International House Diploma for teacher of Italian to foreigners and attended many training courses to implement my teaching skills.
I have been teaching Italian to foreigners since 1999 : my students come from UK, China (Marco Polo
Programme “Tor Vergata” University in Rome), Spain, Portugal,Germany, Romania, USA, Australia, Hungary, France, Brazil, South Africa, Poland and Russia.
I also have been teaching Spanish (from beginner to A Level) and English (from beginner to upper intermediate level) in State Schools, Private Schools and as a free lance Tutor from 1998.
I teach both to children and adults (online lessons, 1 to one lessons, group lessons)

My students love my enthusiasm and they always get excellent results.

If you wish to learn Italian, Spanish or English with me as your language Tutor it would be great! I will be happy to implement your language skills with tailor made lessons.

My CV and reference letters are available on demand.
Kind Regards,

PS. I wrote and published the autobiographical book “Siamo zattere dai fili colorati” which is also available in English language (thanks to the translation made by David Brown DPhil who is one of my priceless coloured threads) with the title “We are rafts bound together with coloured threads”.The books are available on Amazon. I decided on my initiative to give part of the proceeds to “Save the Children Italia” to help people who are living in the areas affected by the eartquakes. I firmly believe in the positive power of teamwork. Every copy of my book brings a drop of solidarity: many drops can  make a wonderful ocean!   : )