Tatiana lived and grew up in Russia where she attended the Lomonosov Moscow State University where she studied Journalism, and graduated with a Master’s Degree in Journalism. After graduating, worked in publishing as an editor of technical and literary texts. For the past 15 years Tatiana has lived in Europe, she has worked as a freelance teacher of Russian language, as a university instructed, and she has been a teacher of Russian at three IB schools in Italy and Switzerland, teaching GCSEs and Russian A and B. Tatiana has also taught German Acquisition. Although she has predominantly worked with IBDP students, she also has experience with younger secondary and even primary school students. She has also taught German Acquisition.
As part of her IBDP teaching she has supervised several Extended Essays on The murder of Rasputin; Great people’s tendency for evil; Modern hybrid warfare; The image of devil in the literature based on The Master and Margarita by Bulgakov and Blood Meridian by Cormac McCarthy; and The image of Judas based on Master and Margarita and the novel Judas Iscariot by Leonid Andreev.