What makes our team of Dedicated German Teachers engaging and successful?

We ensure that our teachers possess sufficient experience, international exposure and of course, a deep love for languages. What sets us apart is our excellent mix of native and non-native speakers, which creates a unique blend of different cultural approaches of pedagogies. This allows our teachers to learn from each other and grow as a cohesive unit.

Stefan Gross

Stefan entered into the education environment after nearly 20 years in corporate life. A qualified trainer, educator and native speaker, Stefan focuses mainly on the adult classes at ASE. Having learned (or tried to learn) French as well as Mandarin on top of English, Latin and German, he can sympathise readily and easily with the students’ agonies of learning another foreign language from his own experience and use this successfully in his teaching.

Maren Koslowski-Nijer

Maren entered her teaching life through relief teaching at Agape School of Education many years ago. Spotting a talented native speaker, she was consequently convinced to join as a regular German language teacher and has not missed a step ever since. Maren looks after the little ones at Agape School of Education. Herding her ‘munchkins’ into class each lesson, she teaches them German through games, songs and “occasionally” regular material as well.

Corinna Müller

Corinna had taught German language and culture already before she came to Singapore. Combined with her background in accounting and finance, she has a wealth of experience in teaching German language, culture and precision! A native speaker and friendly teacher, she covers all ages and categories in her teaching activity at Agape School of Education, from young to old, private to group, local to international companies.

Daryn Koh

Daryn’s love for languages has led her to pick up French, Mandarin, and German. Growing up in Germany gave her the unique exposure and fluency in the language, which she uses to instil in her students the confidence needed to converse well. Although Daryn has been a German teacher at Agape School of Education for two years, she is also currently learning Korean here as she believes in the efficacy of our holistic approach.


Teacher Isabel has been teaching German to students of all ages, from as young as 18 months old to adults. She started teaching German language as a mother tongue and second language to children in 2010, using Montessori principles. When teaching, she has a knack for assessing the different needs of each student and combining them into working groups according to their group dynamics. She is an enthusiastic educator who also teaches Spanish, English, Italian, music (foundation, violin, viola) and sports (inline skating, biking, coordinated movement). An avid learner, Teacher Isabel also possesses intermediate fluency in French and basic Mandarin.