I'm an ICT teacher at pioneer Middle School Sfax Tunisie, eTwinning ambassador since 2016 and Mentor for 2019, Europe Code Week ambassador, Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert and Microsoft Master Trainer.
I was selected by my National Support Service to present Tunisia in a multilateral contact seminar in Poland in July 2017.
I’m prized for the national top five Innovative educators 2016, 2017 and 2018.
I have awarded for the best national eTwinning project 2016 named “Communication in our native language”, for the best national eTwinning project 2017 named “Mr bean’s family celebrating the International year of pulses 2016” and for the best national eTwinning project 2019 named "CodeRace".
I have awarded for the eTwinning european prize 2019 for the eTwinning project "I'm in Love with the Green Earth".
have animated many national etwinning trainings and hosted many webinars and live events to promote more the relevance of eTwinning in our pedagogical teaching.
I have participated also in the world Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) in the workshop, Innovative Teaching, Drafting a Guidline of best Practice.
To hone my professional development, I have participated in many learning events and online courses to learn about innovation in the classroom and school, to develop and improve my practice, to get feedback on my work and to discuss issues I face in my classroom.
Digital technologies provide us with a world of possibilities at our fingertips. Never before have we enjoyed so many opportunities to learn, exchange, participate and create. Yet, the Internet also opens up certain risks to its users – especially the most vulnerable ones, such as children: privacy concerns, cyberbullying, disinformation, exposure to potentially harmful content and predatory behaviours, to quote but a few.
We designed a STEM activity whose slogan “Together to have a better Internet” using the microcontroller micro:bit. In fact, we coded a Robot with three sensors for line fellower and one sensor for obstacle detector.