Teacher CV

Date: 09/13/16

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Monica Patek

  • K Lesu, Praha 4 - Kamyk, 14200,  monica.patek@gmail.com, +420 765 432 789

Work experience 

Global British School of Czech Republic - Teacher's assistant - 2013-2014

Working in this School, located outside of Prague, provided me with a solid foundation and practical knowledge of how an international school operates. I was able to engage with children from all over the world, I learned a lot about the differences and similarities in the children's perceptions and ideas, about how children from different cultures can have different perceptions and opinions on the world and things around them. 


International Baccalaureate Diploma 2011-2013 - International School of Paris

- Psychology, Visual arts, Theatre, French, Biology, Mathematics

In obtaining the IB Diploma in the year 2013 I was given the opportunity to study child psychology, in visual arts and theatre I also created projects (videos, films and paintings) aimed at educating children's awareness of the negative impacts of social media, gaming and the new trend- virtual reality headsets. I care about all the consequences that new media may have on the developing generation and I want to educate children and help prevent negative effects of new technology. This is why I would like to work in an international school where many different cultures and nations intermingle together. 

Language knowledge

English - C2, French C1, German B2, Mandrian A2, 


Individual child education approaches

Working with children with dyslexia

Creative work stations creation during class

School production 

Leader of two afterschool activities (French and Children's yoga)

Certificates, courses, training

Child education methods - 3 month course -  University of London

Diploma course AMI 0-3, AMI 3-6 - Montessori Institue Prague


I enjoy reading educational books in psychology, economy and sociology. Some of my favourite titles are The Black Swan by Nassim Nicholas Taleb, Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell and Capitalism and Freedom by Milton Friedman.