My journey at EC started in the year 2000 and I’ve never looked back since then. The past 11 years have been a thoroughly enriching part of my life because I’ve always been challenged to make a meaningful difference through my work. In my teaching career I’ve learnt that teaching is all about learning and this is what has kept me going for so long.
After graduating from University, I started teaching at EC Malta where I developed an appreciation for human interaction and for the freedom, creativity and spontaneity inherent in the job. Since then I’ve become part of a strong academic team which has never ceased to grow and develop. My roles have included teaching, teacher training, coordinating EC summer centers and managing the Academic Year Programme for long term students, all of which I thoroughly enjoy to this very day.
At EC our main aim is to provide an authentic learning experience to help students draw on prior learning, acquire new knowledge, and tap into their creativity to further develop this knowledge. As a teacher, one does not only impart knowledge, but also part of oneself. In this way, teaching has also given me the chance to share my passion not only for language, but also for literature, poetry, drama and music which I’ve always tried to integrate in my lessons in order to provide students with a more holistic and fun education. Ultimately, being a teacher with EC is all about sharing knowledge, facilitating learning for others and loving what you do!