I have a drive for life; I have a passion for constant learning and teaching, I have hopes and dreams for the future. And besides that, I have a creative mind!
I completed my studies at Comenius University in Slovakia where I received Master and PaedDr Degree in Education. My focus was on an education of children and adults with additional behavioural needs and on supporting their involvement in the educational programs and processes.
During my studies, I started to work as an Assistant Social Worker for European Refugee Fund. Our primary goal was to assist asylum seekers with access to education, medical and social services to significantly improve the quality of their lives.
My career path continued when I started working as a Kindergarten Teacher at International Kindergarten and, afterward, at Cambridge International School. In 2011, I welcomed the opportunity to become an Educational and Branch Coordinator at Cambridge International School. I directly contributed to developing programs focused on innovations in education, implementing active learning methods and strategies into a traditional educational environment and providing initial and ongoing training for new employees.
Currently, I'm working as a Learning Designer at OpenLearning in Sydney.
PERSONAL DRIVE AND PASSION
I firmly believe that everyone can reach their potential in learning and in achieving life goals. Each student, no matter the age, has capabilities and own unique strengths. I was always driven to succeed, to try and to risk, to improve and to create. And as my friends say, I'm also stubborn and willing to be part of fair play.
I also want my students to take their opportunities, to follow their dreams and ambitions and to do what they believe. I support them in developing creative minds and independent thinking while being the great team players.
I have many personal and professional dreams and hopes. But most importantly, I wish to be part of a society where people are influential individuals balanced by being exceptional team players. And of course, to be part of a process of creating this community.