Teaching for me is a rewarding journey with no destination and during this journey we need to create the nurturing environment for our learners by letting them to navigate, pushing them to explore, watching them to discover new things and grow, helping them to expand their worldview that not only prepares them for their own future but also makes them agents of prosocial change for their communities and beyond.
|Joined ADA||Fall 2015|
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