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Liz Marie Clement


Kinder – Monkeys

  • B.S. in Family and Child Sciences, Florida State University – Florida, United States
  • M.A. in Early Years Education, University College London – London, United Kingdom

Liz Marie was born in the United States but grew up in Panama. After completing her teaching degree in Florida, she started her teaching career at Balboa Academy and in the MET’s Early Childhood program. She took a temporary leave to complete a Masters degree in Early Childhood Education in London, before returning to the MET as a full-time teacher in 2019.

Liz Marie is passionate about international education, and going beyond traditional learning methods. She joined the MET with a commitment to developing the whole child. Liz shares, “My role as a teacher is to provide children with a safe learning environment where they feel nurtured and loved, and can act as co-constructors of their own knowledge by exploring and making connections with the world around them.”