Teacher Skills Forum 2020

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Sunday, March 8 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
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Play is a legitimate right of childhood and it should not be conceived as an activity without a purpose. It should contribute to children’s physical, intellectual and social development.
In this session, we will explore how teachers can employ purposeful play to engage children, who live in a world defined by unrestricted Internet access. We will also discuss ways in which schools can bridge the gap between education and modern life.


Natalia Kawar

English coordinator for the Primary Stage, National Orthodox School
Natalia Kawar is the English coordinator for the Primary Stage , and a second grade teacher at the National Orthodox School.Natalia has a BSc. in Pharmay , but she decided to pursue her passion for teaching in 2010 when she joined the NOS as a teaching assisstant.Natalia joined CIS... Read More →

Zeina Sous

Second Grade Teacher, National Orthodox School
Zeina has a BSc. In Spanish and English from Jordan University. She started working as a teacher in 2011-2013 as a KG2 English Teacher and (2015-2017) volunteered at The California Montessori Project

Sunday March 8, 2020 3:30pm - 4:30pm EET
Class Room (105) - First Floor