I believe that every student has the potential to succeed and that it is our duty to unlock their curiosity and push them to learn to their full potential. I also believe that students are scientists and mathematicians by nature, and that using effective teaching strategies and inquiry-based learning will improve students’ academic achievements, their problem solving and reasoning skills, as well as their attitude toward learning math.
I also believe that every student has their own learning style. Using the most modern teaching strategies, data driven analysis, and differentiating classroom instruction are essential to meet their needs.
Finally, I believe that students need to feel secure participating actively in the class discussions. They should be encouraged to ask questions, engage in activities, express themselves, and accept the differences of others.