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Alan Zuluaga

3 ratings
Alan Zuluaga, instructor at Berges Institute

Alan Zuluaga holds a bachelor’s degree in video arts and technology from Unilatina, in Colombia, and a bachelor’s degree in drama from The City College of New York. He is also in the process of obtaining his master's in education at New Jersey City University. He has taught Spanish for over 10 years, both to kids in bilingual families that don't want their children to lose their Spanish and adults in general.

Alan has traveled widely around South America, learning, among other things, the different Spanish accents and dialects from varied countries that use Spanish as its primary language. Besides traveling, he likes to attend Broadway and off-Broadway plays, write drama, and produce theater, film and video.

Upcoming Courses with Alan

Level 3 (Code OL-0921E)

2021-09-21 - 2021-11-23
Tue 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM CT
$299

Level 4 (Code OL-1005E)

2021-10-05 - 2021-12-07
Tue 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM CT
$299

Beginners (Code OL-1007F)

2021-10-07 - 2021-12-16
Thu 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM CT
$299

Student Ratings


  Jillian McManus | Online | 7/16/2021
Alan was great! Lively, entertaining, and overall a really great educator. I enjoyed his class and if not for person reasons, would have continued to Level 2 specifically with Alan!

  Cyricia Edwards | Online | 5/31/2021
Alan, came to class enthused every Monday. Ready to teach and answer any questions that we had. We learned a lot and is ready to take our next class with him.

  Celine | Online | 4/28/2021
Alan was a great instructor - he taught in an engaging and effective way. I also thought he was thoughtful in the way he taught, specifically when students were getting called on in class and may not have had the answer right, he was able to guide the students to get to the answer. I also liked how small the classes were and was glad that all attendees had to participate throughout the course classes. would be nice if we could email the instructor potentially throughout the week for assistance or if we were running late or something along those lines. I was late one day, and wanted to let Alan know, but didn't have the ability. I ended up joining quickly to let him know then hopped off the call. liked the class so much, already signed up for level 2