I graduated from Cairo University with a Bachelor’s Degree of Science. I also have a Diploma in Education from the University of the Suez Canal, as well as a Diploma in Forensic Science from the Academy of the Imam of Mecca. I have been teaching since 2001.
I have supervised a school theatre group, which I thoroughly enjoyed and have an interest in. I especially enjoy the subject of history, and I like to continuously expand my knowledge about the history of the world. My ambition is hone my English skills so that I can proficiently teach Arabic to non-Arabic speakers.
I enjoy working at NAISAK because I think that the learning strategies encouraged by the school are very effective, and the links created with the community are beneficial to the staff and students. I think it is very important that parents are involved and encouraged to participate in the educational journey, something that all staff at NAISAK do very well.
This year I plan to ensure that each and every one of my students achieves what they set out to achieve, both academically, personally and socially. I want to build a respectful relationship between teachers and students, and everyone to achieve excellent academic results. This year I will be using modern teaching strategies to engage and interest my students in what they are learning about. I would like to ensure that my students are always motivated to learn.
I will make sure that I regularly communicate with my students’ parents’ specifically through my students’ communication books and parent/teacher meetings. I will include parents in the process of their child’s learning by making sure all parents are aware of the topics and strategies being used in class. Parents are welcome to contact me via email or phone if they have any questions or concerns.