I was born and raised in Syria and was fortunate to grow up in a home of educators. I knew from an early age that I wanted to become a teacher, inspired by my mother’s experience and her positivity. I graduated with a bachelor degree in Arabic language and literature from the university of Homs Syria.
Being a teacher means making a difference. It is my passion to teach and facilitate the learning process for students. I believe that teaching Arabic is a challenge for both the teacher and students. That is why my main objective for all classes is to make learning Arabic interesting, effective and meaningful. I aim to integrate Arab cultural and social aspects into my classes – I think this makes learning Arabic unique and interesting. As every student has different strengths and weaknesses, I am committed to using various instruction methods in my classroom with different opportunities for my students to achieve their goals.