Check out my recent published article on Kuwaitup2date in the iWrite section.
This article features some of y journey here in Kuwait as well as my work as an educator in Kuwait.
My article chronicles a new expat's journey in Kuwait!
Title: Kuwait.. A place to call home!
Publié par Natasha E. Feghali à 13:47
It is a great place to live and work! Teaching in Kuwait has been a blast and my students are excellent learners! They have a passion for learning that is far beyond what I have seen thus far in my career...
Publié par Natasha E. Feghali à 02:22
Honored to receive the Canadian H.H Stern Award 2015 for teaching excellence and innovation in a Second/Foreign Language.
Thank you CASLT! Very proud to receive this Canadian Award on Canada Day!
Publié par Natasha E. Feghali à 17:11
Today I was invited to the CBC's French program to interview as a teacher moving abroad!
It was a blast!
I am grateful that I get to spend time with the morning team at the Matins sans Frontière. As one of their leading educational researchers, I find it interesting to listen to other guests, interact with the public live as well as answer had questions that require pedagogical insight as to education in various cultures.
None the less, had a great time with my favorite morning show Matins Sans Frontières at Socièté Radio-Canada with Charles Lévèsque and Marine Lefèvre..
pssssst.... I even wore my traditional Lebanese clothing (Middle Eastern) to set the ambiance about the move to Kuwait..
Publié par Natasha E. Feghali à 17:07
Check out my latest interview with Matins sans frontières and Marine Lefèvre in regards to the Canadian Governor General's Award!
Matins sans frontières : Prix du gouverneur général pour service bénévole (L'Audio fil du jeudi 7 mai 2015)
Publié par Natasha E. Feghali à 19:58
Check out our FSL Food Festival on SNAPD! Thank you again to for all your support! It was a great day...
Excellent day at the French Food Festival! Thanks for all the help and to our guests Councillor Fred Francis Transition 2 Betterness Nadia DiDomenico and GECDSB trustee Cheryl Lovell ... A great kickoff to summer!
Publié par Natasha E. Feghali à 19:56