Olga Jovanovska Boshku
Olga was born in Skopje, Macedonia. Since she was born, she was predestined to love languages. Growing up into a multilingual family, languages like English, German, Greek, Macedonian and Aromanian have always been part of who she really is. It’s no wonder she decided to pursue a career in the field of languages.
Olga got a BA in teaching English and German language and literature at the University of ‘St. Cyril and Methodius’, Skopje, Macedonia, which was later on verified by the ‘Charles University’. In June 2009 Olga earned her MA degree in linguistics, specializing in CLIL (content and language integrated learning).
She had been working as an EML and class teacher at the American primary school ‘NOVA’, Skopje for four years; English and German teacher at ‘Caledonian School’ for a year; substitute EML teacher at ISP, Prague for a year; she joined PBS in 2006 as the Year 6 class teacher at the Kamyk site. Starting from 2016/2017 academic year with great pleasure she accepted the new challenge of being the German teacher for both primary and senior school at Vlastina.
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