Teach English language and computer for schoolchildren from poor families;
Create safe and friendly learning environment so that every child can participate in the lesson;
Use different games and activities to pupils and make the lesson more interesting to make sure that children enjoy it (running dictation, flyswatter game, face to face, and so on);
Complete report card (attendance, behavior and progress) for each child and present it to parents for future discussions;Write and work with projects related to educational field;
Prepare monthly report and submit on timely manner;
Conduction of teacher trainings, seminars, and meetings with parents;
Manage and develop leadership and volunteering programs in the summer;
Organize free of charge summer English club and summer camps;
Connect pupils with other pupils around the world via Skype and pen pal programs;
Train pupils to participate in local and international educational competitions;
Conduct community service projects;
Organize cultural activities and field trips.
Conduct reading and writing club for children.
Implemented the English Access Microscholarship program from 2010 – 2016 and Alumni grants in 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014 and 2015 in partnership with the U.S. Embassy, Tajikistan.
Under the English Access program, ninety schoolchildren from poor and vulnerable families of our district successfully graduated and took eighteen months long quality of after school English language classes with high-test scores to apply at universities or colleges.
Since 2007, more than one hundred pupils effectively participated in our after school English private lessons. Now about sixty-five of them work in different sectors such as English teachers, nurses, accountants, teacher of history and law, primary school teachers.
From 20010-2016, more than four hundred and thirty schoolchildren ages 9-13 participated in our summer camps, seminars and field trips. Summer camps included English lessons, art, sports and music. Seminars consisted of several types of presentations such as personal hygiene (children’s rights, washing hands with soap, cutting nails, morning exercises, smoking, abuse, bullying, safety at home and in the street and etc.).
From 2015-2016, sixty of my pupils also took part in Skype in The Classroom, playing Mystery Skype and Pen Pal programs with many countries around the world including USA, UK, Brazil, Belorussia, Argentina, India, Kenya, Tanzania, Canada, Spain, Philippines, Japan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka to learn about other cultures and practice English at the same time. In addition, the enhancement activities were about debate, life skills, leadership, volunteering, and celebration of many international holidays.
More than one hundred and twenty one local English teachers from rural areas of our district joined in teacher trainings. They learned about new teaching methods such as: student’s motivation, group work, board games, learning styles/strategies, being effective teacher, music in the classroom, creating safe and friendly learning environment, knowledge assessment and etc.
Twelve of my pupils, two girls from English program won scholarships to study in the U.S. on FLEX and Benjamin Franklin summer institute programs, ten boys of the English program now study in different regions of Russia and one of them traveled to India.