My name is Snezana Tomasevic, born in Serbia, living in the beautiful land of thousand hills, Rwanda, since 2015. I'm currently working as a Montessori Lead Teacher (3-6) and as Curriculum and Student Life Coordinator at Dove International Montessori School in Kigali.
My passion is education and psychology, helping teachers and children reach their full potential in a loving and caring environment. I advocate for love and connection prior to teaching and always keep in mind that for some children the school is the only happy place.
I'm dedicated to improving the school curriculum and assisting students with unique learning needs. An inspirational and visionary leader and strategic thinker, executing the seamless planning and development of complex programs and projects within the global educational system. I possess deep knowledge and expertise working with diverse cultures adjusting communication styles and absorbing new information and systems with ease. Passionate about helping others achieve their goals and discovering what they are capable of. Inspire life-long learning and a curiosity about the world around us so we can create the world that makes us proud.
Curriculum and Student Life Coordinator - Dove International Montessori School
Montessori Lead Teacher - Dove International Montessori School
School Founder - Garden School
School Board Advisor - British School of Oxford
Montessori Teacher - The Earth School
English Language Teacher Volunteer - Don Bosco Technical School
English as a Foreign Language Teacher - Freelancer
Arabic- English Translator - Freelancer
Sales Manager - Travel Agency Stav
Education / Training
BA, Arabic Language and Literature -University of Belgrade
International Montessori Teaching Diploma (3-6) - North American Montessori Center
Certificate, The Power of Play - Institute of Child Psychology
Certificate, Classroom Mental Health - Institute of Child Psychology
Certificate, Childhood Anger- Institute of Child Psychology
Certificate, Gender and Development - Deakin University
Certificate, Children's Human Rights - University of Geneva