Anastasia Oleynikova brings up the most talented students of “Montessori Center” from 2015 – she holds lessons in painting, drawing, modeling and decorative arts. Anastasia graduated from Kryvyi Rih State Pedagogical University with a degree in visual arts. She is a participant of various competitions and exhibitions: All-Ukrainian competition-exhibition of works of art “MYSTETSTVO”, Chelsea International Fine Art Competition. What is more, many of her works are exhibited in the private collections in Ukraine, Germany and many of the CIS countries. Her pedagogical experience is 6 years.
Alexander Ilyin is not just a programmer, but also a photographer on all our All-Ukrainian projects. Alexander graduated from East Ukrainian University (Lugansk) with a degree in Robotic Systems. Since 2014, he has been working as a database programmer at “Montessori Center”.
Natalya Fomenko is a professional administrator who can be trusted by both clients and colleagues. Natalia graduated from The Institute of Psychology and Social Pedagogy of Kyiv Pedagogical University n.a. B. Grinchenko with a degree in “Social Pedagogy”. “I am impressed by the character of those people who set bold goals and are constantly moving towards the results. Every day I see students who share their creative successes, give me their smiles and inspiration. It is pleasant to be an important part of this creative atmosphere opened for everyone – children, teenagers, and adults. Therefore, I strive to create «a small Heaven on earth» for the learning and personal development of all our students. ”
Alina Kozhushko is the engine of all events at “Montessori Center.” Since 2015, Alina has been the leader of several projects: the All-Ukrainian Music Olympiad “Golos Krayiny”, a children’s drawing contest and the online gallery «ChildOpenArt», the All-Ukrainian Open Fine Art Competition #=MYSTETSTVO, the All-Ukrainian Open Vocal and Choir Competition “VOCAL.UA” and the All-Ukrainian Open Piano Competition named after S. Prokofiev “PIANO.UA”. The total number of participants in all projects as in May 2019 was about 5,000! And this is not surprising since Alina has graduated from Kyiv National University of Culture and Arts with a degree in “PR-manager”, and, probably, the secret of such an active social life is hidden here!
Lyudmila Tkachenko is a caring and sensitive administrator who knows all the students and their parents. Ludmila knows how to get along with teachers, clients, electricians, and even aquarium fish, so everything around her works “like a clock.” All our students know Lyudmila not the first year, and always «load her with compliments» at every meeting. Lyudmila graduated from Kyiv Polytechnic Institute. Since 2016, she has been working as an administrator at “Montessori Center”, and she’s really happy about it. “It is interesting for me to work with children and to communicate comfortably with both parents and colleagues. My life motto is “to be attentive to everyone.”
Yulia Chernenko is the administrator of the dream! No one dares to compete with her organizational skills. Always polite and attentive, kind and responsive to everyone – both to the client and to the teacher. And most importantly – Julia is always smiling and in a good mood! Julia graduated from Mariupol State University with a degree in English Language and Literature. He has been working as an administrator at the Montessori Center since 2019.
Oksana Barandych is one of the most favorite administrators among teachers. She will always help in a difficult situation, try to be useful in every detail and take care of the schedule with great care for each employee and client. Oksana graduated from the National Pedagogical University n.a. M. Dragomanov (2012-2018). She also has an elementary music education in the guitar class and, probably, this is what helps Oksana very well to understand «the insides» of her colleagues.
Ekaterina Baystruchenko is a professional vocal teacher. She graduated from Donetsk State Music Academy n.a. S. Prokofiev as a “Vocal teacher and lead singer of pop-jazz ensemble.” Her pedagogical work experience is more than 7 years. Catherine’s students participate in the International and All-Ukrainian competitions. Catherine is a practicing singer as well.
Ilona Koval is a wonderful young specialist who guides every student to the world of piano music. “I work as a teacher for 4 years. I love working with children and adults. It is very important to interest and support the child’s desire for systematic activities. My repertoire includes both classical and modern music. Let’s dive into the wonderful, multifaceted world of music. ” Ilona graduated from the music school n.a. P. Mayboroda (Zaporizhia city) as a piano teacher. At the moment, Ilona is a student at National Academy of Music.n.a. P. Tchaikovsky – she’s about to graduate from the best music college in Ukraine! Ilona Andreevna actively participates in the musical life of the capital – concerts, competitions, numerous performances, in a few words – her life is related to musical performance and education!
Mzia Orashvili graduated from Kyiv Institute of Music n.a. R.M. Glier as a flute teacher. Mzia is a laureate of international and all-Ukrainian contests. Her pedagogical experience is more than 3 years. She has been successfully teaching her students to play the flute, flute piccolo and block flute. The teacher masterfully takes her students into the world of flute music. Mzia teaches the basics of performing techniques and encourages to conquer the stage with original pieces.
Christina Lutskaya is a very creative and attentive teacher. Her sensitive concern for each of her students is very captivating and convenient. Kristina Stepanovna has a large class of students who actively participate in different competitions and exhibitions. Christina graduated from National Art School n.a. T.Shevchenko as a “Painter”, and from the National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture – as a “Restorer of Monumental Paintings”. During her lessons, she pays maximum attention to everyone – both beginners and those who have already acquired certain skills and continue to improve them. Her priority is the motivation of a student – his endless desire to comprehend new technologies and techniques, to constantly improve the quality of his work. Such motivation is the goal which always leads to the pedagogical success.
Ekaterina Bozhko is a talented and bright teacher of painting and drawing. All the fans of her pedagogical skills tend to gather around Ekaterina. All of her students successfully participate in contests and exhibitions. And Catherine is a beautiful mother as well! She gives special warmth and care to all the children who come to her class. Ekaterina graduated from Kyiv National University of Construction and Architecture with a degree in “Fine Arts”. She has experience of teaching students for over 12 years. At the lessons of art, children are introduced to the materials, technologies, and techniques of embodying their creativity. Simultaneously, adults can learn new skills in the field of art just for pleasure.