B.A. University of Tizi-Ouzou (Algeria)
B.A. University of Paris
M.A. University of Paris
My career in education has consisted of teaching both English and French at various levels. After moving to the United States, I became certified by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, as I wanted to continue share my knowledge and experience by teaching French in the U.S. In my spare time, I love to read various types of literature and books regarding American history.
Andreia De Figueiredo
B.A. Lumiere Lyon 2 University
M.S. Francois Rabelais University
M.S. Paul Valery University
My curiosity for human processes and “the foundation of mind” led me to study different fields like Economy, French law, Psychology and currently Philosophy. I became fascinated by learning processes, communication, emotional, social skills and their interactions. I am firmly convinced that, by exploring these skills early, our children will contribute to build a society where they will have the opportunity to develop their potential. When I arrived in Boston in 2013, I discovered that teaching to children allowed me to link all my interests and nourish children’s curiosity as well as my own. I feel extremely fortunate to join Cambridge Ellis, where the mission matched my personal philosophy.