5 Years at AES: 2017 - 2022
Next Stop: Honk Kong International School
How many years you have been at AES and what were those years: 5 years, 2017-2022
What will you miss most about AES? The students, my colleagues and AES community and campus.
What is the best part about being a teacher at AES? Seeing my students persevere through challenges and ask great questions connected to their learning. Students at AES always have a great approach to problem-solving and showing curiosity in class. I will miss the sound and laughter in the hallways and students saying hello when I see them.
What are your plans for next year and what are your thoughts about this next step? (Please include where you will be and your work plan, if applicable.) Next year I will be working at Hong Kong International School teaching grade 7&8 math.
How do you hope your students and colleagues will remember you? I hope they will remember the projects in the makerspace, the games we played and how I seem to always use food in my lessons.
What message would you like to leave for the community at AES? Thank you AES for being a great place to come and work everyday. I feel fortunate that I wake up every day and feel happy to come to AES and teach the students here. I will miss AES immensely.
Answer by junsung
1 . Ms. Naggea was very kind to G7 students, and she taught students very kindly
2. She does some activities when the end of the semester comes, and all of the activities were memorable
3. She is a math teacher of G7, and she was very kind to us, which makes Ms. Naggea unique.
Ms. Naggea is an amazing teacher, who is always so nice. I think she is a very good math teacher
2. One time in class we were trying to do a lesson but eight graders kept sharing their screens and it was so funny because Ms.Naggea couldn’t do anything so we were just sitting there and everyone was laughing.
3. Ms. Naggea teaches math in a fun and different way because we get to build stuff and have fun projects in the makers space.
Ms naggea really helped me become more confident in sharing my thoughts and opinions, she really helped me open up even at difficult times.
One time in class we were trying to do a lesson but eight graders kept sharing their screens in the end we couldnt remove it so we just moomentarily stopped the lesson and just laughed together.
And lastly the reason ms naggea is unique is because she really tires to see the best in her students and