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Jennifer Quintas

Jennifer Quintas

Learning Support Assistant

Jennifer was born in Caracas, Venezuela where she was formed as Teacher in education for children with special needs in 2006. Living in Rotterdam since 2014 she completed a master degree in Psychology in the University of Valencia, Spain. Jennifer has worked in learning support in different schools in Venezuela and Brazil and has also enjoyed working as a Teacher Assistant at NAISR in 2019-2020.

She loves working with children, yoga and exercise. She loves all kind of music and used to play the piano. Jennifer defines herself as a sociable and caring person who loves learning and teaching.

  • Degree in Special Educational Needs (Learning Difficulties)
  • Masters Degree in Psychology in School Behaviour Modification