Teacher of French


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Mihaela is born in Romania, but she has also experienced the European educational environment. First, as a student at Babeș-Bolyai University (BBU), she was attending a 3-month certificate course in French culture and literature at the Université Libre of Bruxelles in 1990.

Then, she was also an Erasmus+ project coordinator from 2017 to 2019 and she implemented long-term partnerships with the Institut français Team in both extracurricular and Outdoor Learning. Lastly, being a current joint PhD student in Anthropology and Educational Sciences at the University of Strasbourg and BBU, she is interrogating the European teaching of Transdisciplinarity through the lens of Humanities, Cultural Studies, and National Heritage.  

In her view, Education, which is her profession of faith, is the only successful pathway to fulfill students’ professional and lifelong dreams.  Her commitment and responsibility for educating youngsters as a qualified teacher of French, Geography, and English go beyond words. As an awarded valedictorian graduate of Geography and Foreign Languages (i.e., French) from BBU in 1991 with a Bachelor’s degree in English, and a Master’s degree in Curriculum Management holder, she strongly believes that a teacher can change lives by passionately, warm-heartedly, and creatively implementing the curricula, along with mentally preparing all her students for modern professional and social life. 

Mihaela is optimistic, tenacious, and hard-working. Her top teaching achievements are as follows:  her former students’ affection and gratitude, the significant improvement in the academic performance of all her students, and their option for a teaching career at times. She enjoys reading, preserving natural and cultural heritage, travelling, and doing sports.

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