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Exclusive Interview with Viviane Bonfim

Hi Viviane! Great to talk to you! 

You are from Brazil right?! Where all have you taught since you became a teacher?

Yes, I am Brazilian, born and raised. I have taught in Portugal, Brazil, and the United States.

What are some of the differences you have noticed in teaching in different countries?

I have noticed that different backgrounds and cultures impact education. Also, different countries have different approaches to teaching and learning. Views on the curriculum and how it should be taught, I believe, are the major differences I have noticed in different places I have taught.

You are currently based out of NYC. How has that experience been?

Living in NY has been great. This is my favorite place in the world. NY is a multi-cultured city and that fascinates me.

Do you have advice for people who are about to start teaching?

Being a teacher is about being flexible. There are moments when you will feel like giving up, but remember that your students will look up to you and see you as a role model.

What would you say is your favorite thing about what you do?

I love the connection I build with my students. When your students feel safe and that you care about them, they will definitely learn from you.

Thank you for your time today! 

Thank you!

End of Interview

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