Hadil Louz Interpreter/ translator
I am passionate and enthusiastic about education. I come from a family of teachers. My dad, a lifetime educator, deep-rooted in me a commitment to education. And I myself worked as a teacher in the United Nations Relief and Work Agency schools in Palestine (UNRWA). These are factors for me as I try to transfer into my everyday interactions with people, within and without the classroom, as I pursue my master’s degree.
I have worked in multiple capacities as a teacher and educator. In 2014, I worked as an English teacher for Arab native speakers after doing my bachelor’s degree in education. I worked as a teacher for students between (7-15year-old) in UNRWA schools. Also, I have been awarded a fully international course called " Professional Certificate of English Language Teaching" which was organised by Amideast and World Learning organisation. After that, I organized a series of workshops and courses in Jabalya refugee camp of the Gaza Strip that addresses the modern methodologies of teaching the English language as a second language. In addition, I worked an Arabic Language teacher in Amideast and London centres in Gaza for foreigners. Moreover, I worked as a coordinator at UNRWA summer school camps in Gaza. While at UNRWA, I worked as a teaching assistant for Arabic language courses for international people who work there. By using my qualifications and experiences, I am committed to making the complicated simple, relatable, and fun.
(Jan, 2020 - Present) at Bupa Hospital London
(Jul, 2015 - Jul, 2018) at UNRWA staffs Palestine
(Jan, 2013 - Jan, 2016) at UNRWA School
Master's in Law (Sep, 2018 - Sep, 2019) from Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom
Degree in Education (Sep, 2010 - Jun, 2014) from Al Azhar university.
I only teach online between 15 to 25 pounds depending on the experience of the student in the Arabic language.