Teacher and a mother who loves to watch children live up to their potential. I am flexible, innovative and enthusiastic and love to establish effective relationships with the scholars that I teach.
I have experience working at elementary and high school levels, as well as in activities outside of the traditional classroom. I believe that all children are capable of doing well in every subject with the guidance of caring teachers. I also possess excellent communication skills, oral and written, and superior organisational and time-management skills. I love working with "at risk "scholars.
• Diploma in Education
• Currently Principal at SPARK Schools
• UNISA: PGCE- Foundation Phase & Early Childhood Development
• UNISA: Bsc Environmental Management
• Bsc Honours in Geography
• Teaching non-English speaking students from Beginner to Advanced Level and seeing them enrolling into English Universities.
• Leadership abilities - became Academic Coordinator in 2010 within six months of working at the AUIS
• Rising through the teaching profession to Principal of a private school
Foundation Phase- Numeracy
I have so much love and empathy for young children, and I enjoy the fun they bring into lessons because of their positive energy. Establishing a solid base in Foundation Phase Numeracy skills is important.
I am a qualified high school Geography Teacher, and have been teaching the subject for the past 7 years.
I am a passionate and caring mother who enjoys supervising homework because it is at the intersection between home and school life. It serves as a window through which you can observe, and have a positive impact on, a children’s education.
Human and Social Sciences
A very intriguing subject that watches where society has been heading and what more can be done to benefit the entire race. I love the fact that Social Science is both subjective and objective, pushing the learner into thinking independently.
I have taught guidance and counselling, and I find it fun. I also believe that establishing a good character is one of the pillars of success in the learning process.
Life Sciences (Biology)
Life Sciences (Biology) is one of the foundations for all medical jobs. Through my teaching experiences, most students find the subject intriguing as it makes them, and their physical bodies, the centre of their own learning.
I believe that Maths is not just about numbers. Maths is also about learning to reason logically and convincingly.
Nature is being positively and negatively modified and I find that intriguing and enjoy teaching Natural Science.
I was given the opportunity to teach a Grade 8 Chemistry class, and have I enjoyed teaching the subject ever since. Chemistry is a fun subject because it is a big part of our everyday life.
I have been teaching English Language (1st & 2nd language) for the past 7 years and love it to bits. English improves an individual’s linguistic skills, thereby making one adept in comprehending the complexities of the language’s grammar.
Foundation Phase- Literacy
I love working with young children, and adore the way their adventurous minds work. Establishing a solid base in Foundation Phase Literacy skills is important.
Social Science is an interesting subject that completely involves one as a learner, and makes it fun to teach/learn.
My passion for the language inspired me to choose two Zulu novels when I was doing my A-levels and College. I also love the rich customs and culture of the Zulu people which I try and bring into the lessons with my beginners.
I have been teaching English Language (1st & 2nd Language) successfully for the past seven years. My students have attained good results in IGSCE and AP exams.
I have been teaching EFL successfully for two years with students ranging from 10-32 years. My passion, patience and persistence have made me love the subject more and more. I also love the fact that the classes are innovative and intensive.
I speak, read and write five African languages with Zulu and IsiNdebele being the subjects I studied from high school throughout college. I also love the rich Zulu customs and culture which they have successfully preserved.
Nkazimulo will travel up to 10km from Noordwyk, Midrand, Johannesburg, Gauteng to you.
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