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Mr. Jeyhun Jabarov

Jeyhun Jabbarov

Head of Science/MIT Lead/ Physics Teacher

B.S. in Physics Education, M.S. in Science and Math Education, PhD candidate in Science Education.
 

Jeyhun has been an educator for 10 years, 6 of those in private schools in Turkey and 4 of those at international schools in Baku, Azerbaijan. He held positions such as Head of Department, Science Olympiads Coordinator, Head of Research and Development Center at schools. His previous workplace was Baku-Oxford School. Furthermore, Jeyhun also taught Physics and Methodology lessons at various top universities in Azerbaijan such as ADA University, French-Azerbaijan University, Baku Engineering University, Azerbaijan State Pedagogical University. In addition, Jeyhun is also co-founder and managing director at Baku branch of famous American education company Engineering for Kids where they teach kids 4-14 years old interactive engineering and robotics according to STEM philosophy.