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Amina  Benlouanas
Ambassador

Amina Benlouanas

Ambassador, Hunded Passionate about online learning

Greetings,


My name is Amina Benlouanas! I am an online language teacher based in Biskra, Algeria. I am a MA graduate and I specialized in English civilization and Literature but I became more intrested in education and autonomous learning. I have volunteered and worked with a number of local and national clubs and organizations. I worked with Exit Door educational platform since 2019. 


I believe that education will allow us to gain a better understanding of the world and make more sense of the repetative historical events. Learning is a journey that does not abide by markes and levels. It boost self-esteem, creativity and innovation.

I looking for online workshops and courses during my free time

Why do you want to be a part of the HundrED Community?

I want to understand how innovative workshops are done from A to Z; as to help my community and help k12 students see that learning is not a robotic act of monotonous verbatim learning that bors then and makes them hate the thought of studying. I want them to feel joy and curiousty. I do not want them to feel that it is too late to start over and learn with a sense of enjoyment.

How can education support students to flourish?

It can support them flourish and advance through gaining a supportive community, providing them with the right resources to face the real world.

What role does innovation play in education change?

Innovationcan broaden their views and so their dreams. It can make the impossible possible through nurturing them with the right materials and professional mentors.

Three HundrED innovations you love. (and Why?)

Kids Can! Innovation Camp is a captivating idea where they focus on real problem solving Blueprints I think passion-based learning will boost their creativity and make it ore fun and enjoyable to finish their tasks

Three innovations you would love for HundrED to know about. (and Why?)

Open Curriculum: providing kids with an open curriculum will allow them to study during the times when they cannot afford school or text books. I believe this in itself is an innovation since knowledge has a price but the learner ought to learn and provide payment in the future by contributing as a global citizen.