Teacher Feature – Miss Fabiola

Teacher Feature – Miss Fabiola.



Briefly describe your journey as a teacher.


Being a teacher and having lots of students has been my dream since I was a child. I always played the role of teacher and created educational games. In Syria, I worked in several schools as a French Language Teacher and for all levels. Every time I see the smile, excitement and enthusiasm in my class, my passion for this profession grows. In Bahrain, I worked at the French School as a ”Shadow Teacher”, it was a new experience for me. I learned how to deal with special needs children with love and joy.


Why did you decide to specialise in your chosen area?


I chose French literature because of the richness of this language. It is one of the very old languages that is spread across a wide range of countries across all the continents of the world. Adding to that my passion for teaching along with my hobby of traveling which was made much easier due to my communication abilities that I gained from studying french. educational…) and ensuring a more accepting and loving space is provided for each and every person in the school. I am sure that this place will enrich my experience a lot and that will make me in return give a lot of love and knowledge to my students.


What makes Nadeen such a unique place to work?


Nadeen school is a big family where we are all helping each other and working with great enthusiasm and compassion .This family always strives to create a better environment for everyone regardless our differences. It is constantly developing all fields (mental, physical,


How would you describe a typical day at Nadeen?


A typical day for me starts with a big smile after hearing my students and even my colleagues greeting me by saying ”Bonjour”. It makes me feel that I have become a real member of this family. Then as the day begins, I enjoy watching my students engaging during my lessons and participating regardless of the level of difficulty of the new language. My day ends as it starts with a smile and an “au revoir” by everyone.