"Teachers have three loves: love of learning, love of learners, and the love of bringing the first two loves together." Scott Hayden
Why do you think education is important? Education is a broad term and it is not limited to educational institutions. I believe education is one of the essential needs for people. The learning process starts from the first days of life of a baby and lasts a lifetime. Through the constant acquisition and use of knowledge, people realize their potential, making their contributions to the world. Therefore, it is crucial to educate not only the mind but the heart to appreciate and improve the world within and around us.
Why do you teach at TISA? What do you like the most? Revealing thee talents of each child and raising a socially responsible leader using the best modern teaching practices and holding onto traditional values is something that's very close to me. I feel honored to work at TISA with a team of teachers who are eager to help children develop skills to be caring, knowledgeable, and open-minded.
What was your best moment as a teacher? My best moments as a teacher are when I observe my students' best moments and realize my part in their success. When they work hard in studies and then rejoice in getting results. When they learn to work in a team, supporting and helping each other. When they are excited about discovering and trying new things.
What excites you about teaching / makes you come to school every morning? On one hand, I like seeing students succeed in learning and realize their potential. It is a great joy and a privilege for me to contribute to that. On the other hand, the possibility for me to learn from kids and colleagues makes me truly excited to come back to school every day. Being a teacher is a great challenge, but it is worth it.