1. Why did you choose to teach at SST?As a Science teacher, it is exciting to be teaching in a school with the focus on Science and Technology. The liberty to plan and innovate lessons is one of the main reasons why I chose to be teaching in SST.
2. What are some of your past experiences as a teacher?I have been teaching Upper Secondary Chemistry for 3 years. In the 3 years, I was fortunate to have the experience in teaching both 'N' and 'O' levels syllabus.
3. What do you think of SST so far? In terms of teaching methods, people, facilities?The facilities available to the teachers and students in SST create an environment that promotes innovative teaching and learning. This allows teachers to explore various ways to teach. It is also heartening that teachers are sharing good practices to enhance students' learning. In SST, students are inquisitive and are willing to explore the different ways of learning.
4. How would you define "learning in a whole new way"?Instead of the traditional "memorising" and "drill and practise", SST students are taught to understand and apply the concepts. Students learn how to solve problems and provide solutions.
5. What are some of your dislikes?My pet peeve would be people who have bad attitude and like to waste time.
6. Can you tell us the most memorable thing that has happened in your teaching career?When an ex-student wrote me a card telling me, how she changed from hating Chemistry to loving and appreciating Chemistry.
7. What are your expectations of the students? In terms of grades, learning attitude, etc?Students with positive learning attitude will excel.
8. If you were able to go back in time, would you still have chosen to come to this school to teach?Yes, definitely I would.