I joined the group of teachers at the Polish Supplementary School of Long Island voluntarily in 2019 as a 1st grade teacher’s assistant.
A few months later, I took over the education of students from the 3rd class, the current 4th.
I completed the training course – Teaching Polish as a Second Language, organized by the Center for the Development of Polish Education Abroad, the Polish Diaspora Teaching Center, authorizing me to conduct additional Polish language classes, also offered by our school, for foreign-speaking children.
I have completed a number of courses organized by the Klanza Learning Center co-financed by the Ministry of National Education, supporting and enriching my work with children online and in direct contact.
I am in the process of special education, thanks to which I will be able to expand my knowledge and experience in working with early school children.
During my classes, students make friends with the Polish language; elements of culture, geography and history of Poland.
Watching their progress and the opportunity to share my passion with them gives me great joy and satisfaction.
In conclusion, he will quote Mark Twain-
“It is noble to learn, but it is more honorable to teach” …