I was born and raised in North Africa and I graduated from the University of Algiers with a Bachelor degree in Finance. In 2007, I got married and moved to live with my husband in Texas.
My passion and love for teaching was inspired by my 1st grade teacher. She was educating, encouraging and making sure all of her students were comfortable in her classroom. I couldn’t stop picturing myself doing the exact same job since then. She was my role model and I was determined that my future job will be a teacher. In middle school, I had great teachers, but my math teacher showed me the way to follow her footsteps.
My journey of becoming a teacher turned longer when I became a mother and knew my priority was to raise my 2 daughters until they became old enough for me to go back to college in 2016 and earned my Texas teacher certification in math grades 4-8 and started working as a substitute teacher the following 2 school years. In 2018, my family and I moved to Oklahoma and I worked as a substitute teacher before my newborn son was welcomed. In 2019, I received my Oklahoma teacher certification in math grades 5-8.
I am very excited to be part of the virtual setting and serve as a middle school Math Interventionist teacher at E-school. Virtual educational environments offer students the flexibility to access their learning material anytime from anywhere and meet students' unique ways of learning where they have the ability to accelerate or slow down their pace. As a teacher and a mother, this setting has allowed me to pursue my dream job where I can teach and assist students, monitor their progress, and maintain good communication with the parents while still having the flexibility to enjoy my family. I am pleased with the opportunity and the flexibility to maximize my teaching techniques to meet the student’s individual learning needs and passionately apply my diverse teaching experience to help educate them and make a positive impact in their future.