B.A in Philology since 1987, Rosa has a long experience teaching Spanish at Carmen de las Cuevas, taking on the role of Head of Studies for many years. Her experience as a Spanish teacher began in 1991 in the Cervantes Institute in Cairo, where she spent 5 years. Two of those years were also spent teaching with the Spanish Department in the University of Cairo, as lecturer and teacher of a specialized course in Spanish Journalism.
Back in Granada, Rosa expanded her teaching experience in the recently created Spanish Department of the British Council in Granada. During the year she spent there, she designed and delivered another special course called Spanish for British Diplomats. After that, she was asked to be a teacher of Spanish as a Foreign Language within the framework of the American "School for International Training Program” for students from various American universities participating in the College Semester Abroad Spain. As part of this program, Rosa also acted as Director of the Spanish Life and Culture Project (Vida y Cultura).
In 1997, Rosa joined the team at Carmen de las Cuevas giving Spanish classes for all levels. Currently, she focuses on classes for levels Advanced (B2) and Superior (C1-C2). Rosa strives to incorporate advances in the field, constantly putting new teaching methods into practice. For Rosa, grammar must be simple, clear, and look for the essence of what is being communicated. She loves to discover, along with her students, the logic of the linguistic system. Her goal is to find an easy explanation for the most difficult questions, and her gifts in the dramatic arts guarantee a motivating and entertaining class!