As an international Development professional, I have developed an extensive field experience in Monitoring and Evaluation. This experience includes the conduct of various projects, particularly in the Education sector in West of Africa. It included conducting interviews, focus groups and writing up case studies and research reports. This experience wouldn’t have been possible without a good command of languages.
As an experienced instructor of French, English and Arabic to students of all levels and ages, I worked for a renown American language institute in Washington, DC, where I taught both small groups and privately. Having the ability of speaking multiple languages made it easier for many of my students to improve on their language capacities.
Subjects I teach
French and Arabic Languages all levels
English as a second Language (Including TOEFL preparation exam)
International development studies
Monitoring and evaluation concepts
How to conduct field research, including qualitative methods
Writing Monitoring & Evaluation reports
Master in International Development from American University in Washington, DC.
Monitoring and Evaluation, Data analysis certification.
Teaching English As a Foreign Language Certification (TEFL)
Bachelor in Interpreting and Translation (Arabic, French and English).
My Approach to Private Tuition
I apply a student-centered approach in my lessons. Every tuition is tailored to the student’s needs, objectives and expectations.
I love baking & decorating cakes in my spare time.