In my two years of teaching high school chemistry, my focus has been on connecting the wonders of science to my students with passion and relevance. I prioritize creating a student-centered environment, encouraging active participation, and fostering critical thinking and problem-solving skills. My goal is to provide the best learning experiences, helping students connect their academic knowledge with real-life situations. I continually adapt my teaching methods based on best practices, aiming to set a positive tone in the classroom.
I believe in the importance of creating a professional and positive environment where students feel heard and supported. Coaching students throughout the semester is a gratifying part of my teaching journey, as I genuinely care about their success and strive to inspire them to achieve their dreams with integrity.
Learning, in my opinion, should be fun and engaging. I encourage active participation, emphasizing that students must take responsibility for their learning, and I, as a teacher, remain open to being actively engaged. I welcome students who question and think critically about the material.
Beyond proficiency in chemistry, my aim is to inspire students to be lifelong learners, responsible global citizens, and individuals who pursue careers they deeply love. I want them to value compassion, respect, and positive change in the world. My teaching philosophy has evolved, shaped by experiences, feedback, and the supportive environment at H-International School's Science Department. I am grateful for the continuous learning and growth this profession offers me.
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