Meerab Haram (email@example.com) is the Vice Principal in K7-8 at K12 School Unit, NIST. She is also the Junior Teacher in area of K7-8 at K12 Unit of OE Division, NSRIC. Meerab began working in various academies during my degree to earn some extra pocket money. So she started a job in SLS as a science instructor for grades 4 and 5. She loves children and She feels really happy and comfortable around them. Other than her teaching experiences I’ve done internships at the Fauji Foundation Hospital and Military Hospital –Psychiatry Department. After completing her degree, she learnt of a vacancy of a school counselor in Pakistan International School of Damascus, Syria. She has always loved travelling, to explore different cultures, and she was glad to travel because of the nature of her father’s job. She was also very keen to actually know the situation in Syria, because she knew media usually portrays the complete opposite picture. This was a great opportunity but she knew her being the only daughter, it will be a tough job for her to convince her dad to allow her to travel that far for a job, alone and that too in a war hit area. But she didn’t give up, the procedure for selection itself was very tough , she didn’t tell her parents and started the procedure , one after the other, her interviews went well and she got selected. Then came the hard part after a lot of hard work, tears, and convincing powers, she eventually persuaded her parents. she got lucky and was finally allowed. Her cousin also applied there and she got selected too, as PA to the Principle. Anyhow, she travelled, in the beginning it was a bit difficult to adapt to a foreign environment and one main reason was the language barrier, their language is Arabic. But anyhow they learned enough Arabic that they were able to understand the main idea of any discussion going on, and convey our message, and were able to roam around the city to deepen their understanding of its history, its citizens, and its language shop and bargain easily and that too in Arabic.
She traveled across Syria, availed every vacation (summer, winter, spring breaks). Indeed several towns are destroyed after the battle, but on the other side, people live their life to the utmost. They’re full of life, the most grateful people I’ve ever met. They were happy even after 7 8 years of relentless fighting. Tartous, Latakia and Homas is breathtakingly gorgeous cities of Syria. She was correct; people had been harmed, had lost loved ones, had shifted their goals, and yet they were
willing to strike back. They are back to their normal lives and are as happy as ever. She took her mother and grandfather to show them the country as well. Regrettably, she lost her grandfather there; he died of a heart attack, but she believe it was written that way. She traveled from there to Dubai, Bahrain, and Egypt. And intended to go to Europe and beyond, but corona intervened, bringing an end to our lives. Since the explosion in Lebanon and then the corona crisis, Syria’s economy was drastically declining. So her cousin and she decided to shift back and in October 2020 we moved back.
Read More Her goal is to help each student learn by whatever method he or she learns best. She also want them to be so excited about learning they want and desire to learn more, like a dry sponge soaks up water. Teaching is stimulating and demanding, but most of all extremely rewarding and self- fulfilling.
Her goal is to help each student learn by whatever method he or she learns best. She also want them to be so excited about learning they want and desire to learn more, like a dry sponge soaks up water. Teaching is stimulating and demanding, but most of all extremely rewarding and self- fulfilling.