Meet Anil, one of the teachers participating in TIEs’ 2017 summer program from Lalitpur, Nepal. Let’s learn a little about him.

How long have you been teaching?

I’ve been teaching for 6 years, Science and Mathematics in grades 6-10.

Why do you teach?

To share knowledge, and help students develop positive attitudes towards society.

What do you like to do when you’re not teaching?

Meditation, listening to soft music, reading books related to spiritual and scientific knowledge.

Where have you travelled before? Is travel important to you?

I have travelled to India. Travel is important to broaden our minds and develop our attitudes.

What are you strengths as a teacher?

I am friendly with students and counsel them. I like to make the subject matter clear.

What do you believe is the biggest benefit of the TIEs program?

We can learn different methods of teaching, such as methods of co-teaching. And we can share ideas with teachers of different cultures.

What do you hope to learn in from your partner teacher?

My goal is to learn about classroom management and time management, and using new methods to involve the children.

If you were an animal, what would you be?

Elephant, it’s calm and big.

Stay tuned to the TIEs blog for more profiles of our Nepali and American teacher participants!

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