You would probably answer this question by recalling the names of those teachers who impressed you along your path as a student. Those kind of people who would make you love chemistry even if you normally hate it.
But if we try to unmask the secrets of this amazing job, what would we find in the hat of those magicians called teachers? Continue reading “What is the Voodoo behind Being a Good Teacher?”
As I am opening a creative language centre in English, it is more than natural to dedicate few words to the lady who was my role-model in choosing my career path – Miss Argentina. Still under the communism, taking private English lessons and reading English books made me a real 11 years old weirdo.
No one cared for English at all. And few months later, the Revolution had occurred and suddenly everybody got mad to learn English. Therefore I was never able to find my English notebook, because my classmates were fighting for it to copy the homework.
First of all Miss Argentina didn’t look Romanian at all and she spoke English with perfect British accent. When I met her she was very slim and elegant. Very humorous and a little flegmatic, I would say.
Continue reading “Don’t Cry For Me – Miss Argentina”