What is teaching?
My professional philosophy is: What you give is what you get. In other words: the more time and love you keep investing in your students, the more English they will be able to produce. Believe me, I know what I am talking about, since I've been teaching for over 14 years now. Not all of the years I spent teaching were easy: personal problems sometimes get us down, the wear and tear of life takes its toll, the "real world" comes crashing into the classroom. But, as I see it, we should take a moment, breathe in and out, and try to look at things from a different perspective, the one of gratitude and love.
Elizabeta Milosevski Resume
Areas of Expertise:
Preparing Teaching Material
"Teaching is sharing. Teaching is being able to submit and constrain your ego. Teaching is fun. Teaching is love."
A well-organised, experienced and innovative teacher, with proven track record of achieving excellent student attainment. A strong classroom performer who always tries to cross the borders of traditional ways of teaching bringing in new approaches, new technologies and new ideas to benefit her students' knowledge. With her natural air of authority combined with kindness and generosity, she manages to maintain discipline and positive school climate where students can develop their full potentials. Always expecting more from herself and her students, she constantly contributes to setting and achieving both personal and professional standards. Students are assessed continually over the school year, and what is promoted is personal approach to every individual student and his needs.
"Svetozar Markovic" Grammar School, Nis
English Teacher, September 1999 - present
"Mosa Pijade" Elementary School, Dimitrovgrad
English Teacher, September 1996 - June 1997
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Key Skills and Competencies:
University of Nis, Faculty of Philosophy, English Language and Literature Department, (1991-1996)
BA English Language and Literature