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What it’s like to teach in Georgia

Vera Urushadze reflects on life as a teacher in Georgia

I love children and take a great deal of pleasure in instructing them. I am at my happiest when I see a deep desire of learning in my students’ eyes. I do my best to open the door to the world for them and teach them to not set limits on what they can do.

I am constantly working to improve my teaching and to support my students so that they broaden their horizons in learning.

The students have different backgrounds and abilities, and most of them are from economically disadvantaged families. Many of their parents have left Georgia to go to work abroad to earn a living. I feel responsible to ...

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