Gloria Freeman-Fromayan
– October 2021

I am Gloria Freeman-Fromayan a professional teacher and administrator with over thirty years of experience; mainly American style education. All of these years have been spent in the classroom contributing to the development of education of the young population and participating in the administration of the respective institutions I have worked in, thereby ensuring the smooth performance of these schools. Presently, I am the Director /Founding Member of a new private Christian school started in September 2017, called the Luke International School of Abidjan. I am also a lecturer at the UniAbidjan University of Abidjan teaching Developing English and Study and Communication Skills to the first year students. I have had a long, productive career in teaching various communities, a factor that has enriched my experience by making it possible for me to interact positively with persons from a variety of cultures and background. I relish the opportunity of new challenges.
In addition, I have had the honor of serving as a member of accreditation team visits to other international schools in Africa (ECIS, MSA), as well as acting as Chairperson of the Teaching and Learning section for the reaccreditation process at the International Community School of Abidjan (ICSA). Furthermore, I have had the opportunity of working as the Faculty Advisor for the Elementary School Student Council, the President of the Teachers’ Association, Curriculum Coordinator, training teachers to use the curriculum software Atlas Rubicon. I also served as elementary school principal supervising teachers and managing the elementary school for six years, coordinating professional development and admissions. Quite recently I was a panelist at a Careers Day Clinic on Leadership. These various experiences have enhanced my capabilities as an all-round educator.
My philosophy of education focuses primarily on the student. I believe when teachers and administrators work together to give students the type of experiences that they need, we will accomplish the goals that we establish for ourselves. My main focus is always the student. Everyone is special and has a particular gift. I recognize not all students learn in the same way, employing a variety of teaching strategies designed to reach each student is essential in the way they learn.

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