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Nous partageons notre espoir. Quels sont vos projets futurs? Hani Abbas teaches the art of cartooning to students at LGB. Exiled from Syria since , for drawing a cartoon of a soldier breaking ranks to smell a flower representing the Syrian revolution, Hani continues to denounce the suffering in Syria from his home in Geneva. Hani shares his stories with students, and often brings up those which oppose war through art, music, painting and poetry.
These stories stay with students, and move them to work towards peace in a variety of different ways.
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Hani has just released his first book, and will soon be exhibiting his works in several European cities. Retrouvez Hani Abbas sur Facebook ou sur le site de la fondation Dessins pour la paix: www. Barry had been offered a job as Mathematics teacher at the International School of Geneva. The couple was looking forward to new adventures in their lives: learning to ski, improving their French, travelling and making new friends from all over the world.
Les Marronniers opened in September , welcoming the classes from La Gradelle into its walls: it was a shiny new state-of-the-art school where students were able to develop their knowledge and creativity to the maximum. After 30 happy years of teaching primary students, in Diana was given the opportunity to go down to Monaco for a few weeks, as acting Principal of its International School. The weeks soon turned into months and the months into two years!
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The mix of nationalities and cultures at Ecolint is amazing — I noticed this as a student, and still now as part of the staff. The way children can get along, no matter where they come from, is nothing short of inspiring! Anna teaches piano in the afternoons and has done so for over 25 years now. She has two daughters, 17 and 12 years old. Being in a class with so many staff children brought me a certain stability, which I really appreciated.
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The school grounds in the 80s were amazing, students were very privileged to have such a beautiful campus, with the Greek Theatre, football field, the woods and the vast space which students had access to. She plays polo and has two sons aged 5 and 2 years old. They are her proudest achievements.
Since retiring, he has worked as a supply teacher for the department and tutored many students through their IB Higher Level Maths. A moment I will never, ever forget! Since withdrawing from professional life she has helped to open schools in India and Africa. She still visits India regularly to train young teachers and help resource the schools.
After a combined years — and counting! And then comes retirement Barry retired in from LGB, but he has never lost his love of sharing his vast. When were you a student and at which campus? Thanks to inspirational teachers, it was a period that sowed the seeds for lifelong learning in us all with gratitude also to Mr Lee whose advice on the eve of the IB I thankfully heeded! What did you do after leaving Ecolint?
For several years I taught as a mainstream class teacher and went on to fulfil a range of varied but linked roles whilst undertaking an MSc and later an MA in the fields of speech, language and literacy. I also kept cycling! What or who inspired you to be a teacher?
A long-standing interest in literacy and finding effective ways of supporting in those with difficulties was an early driver. Are you ever, as a teacher, reminded of your former life at school? There was a reassuring link with the past until recently when Mr Wingate the last teacher who taught me history, which I went on to study!
What are the main differences about Ecolint compared to when you were at school? What remains the same? There was a real sense of belonging and community then, which is no less today — remarkable considering how the school has grown. What are the best things about your role? One of the best things about my role is seeing students become more autonomous in their learning and hearing later about how well settled they are in secondary.
At the heart of this is being part of such dedicated teams of colleagues the Learning Support team, ESP, the teaching teams and Student Support Group who, working closely with parents, are so committed to supporting our diverse student population towards achieving their potential.
With the opening of a new ESP in the Secondary School in September, one cannot but reflect upon how ESP in the Primary School these last 5 years has contributed to shifting mindsets and practices towards still greater inclusion. If inclusive societies do indeed begin in schools, how privileged to be, in some small way, part of a community working to make this a reality.
I graduated in I am one of those products of Ecolint who speaks franglais with no particular accent or with a mix of different ones. Forensic Artists aid in the identification or location of victims of crime, missing persons or human remains through the application of evidence-based scientific research and arts. I specialised in Cranio-facial Forensic Reconstruction — the process of reconstructing the face of an individual from skeletal remains.
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I never set out to become a teacher. Upon my arrival back in Geneva, and having thoroughly enjoyed the experience of teaching, I started. This is what really sparked my interest to pursue a career in teaching. Coming back to Ecolint was never something I had envisaged until that point. Other than my mother, who also taught at Ecolint, my Year 5 teacher, Mr.
Barakat, was a big influence for me and still impacts my approach to teaching today.
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I think this is why I am able to relate so well to the students here at LGB. I really try hard to think back to my days at school and put myself in the shoes of the students. What has stayed the same? A lot has changed since I was a student. The campus has changed quite a bit. The cafeteria used to be in what is now the Pavillon des Langues. I think the new cafeteria was completed the year before I graduated.
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The food is a lot better now than it was before… trust me! The synthetic football pitch used to be an uneven, waterlogged field; the legend even says that it was once a lake. Probably the biggest change has been the advancement in technology: touch screens, interactive smartboards, computers in every classes, iPads, swiping badges… Yet, I think that the spirit of Ecolint has remained the same. What are the best things about being a teacher? I find teaching immensely rewarding. You really make it seem so easy with your presentation however I to find this matter to be really one thing which I feel I would by no means understand.
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