NEW ON CAMPUS: Nadia Zananiri

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NEW ON CAMPUS: Nadia Zananiri

Upper School Humanities Teacher Ms. Zananiri

Upper School Humanities Teacher Ms. Zananiri

Photograph by Nico Palop

Upper School Humanities Teacher Ms. Zananiri

Photograph by Nico Palop

Photograph by Nico Palop

Upper School Humanities Teacher Ms. Zananiri

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In our new series, we’ll be featuring new Spartan faculty members. Each interview will be conducted by a different staff member. Photography by Nico Palop.

Sofia Paredes: What are you teaching this year?”

Ms. Zananiri: This year I’m teaching world history, world literature, a fall course on genocides and a spring course on the Art of War.

SP: And what did you teach before you came to Miami Country Day?

NZ: AP World History and AP Human Geography…at Miami Beach High School.

SP: What’s the best and worst part about teaching for you?

NZ: The best is that I enjoy working with the students. [The worst is] all the grading. All the other things that go behind the scenes, the grading, the planning.

SP: What would you like students to know about you?

NZ: I’d like them to know that I do care about their education. I try to give them a global perspective and many different points of views about different issues. I try to remain neutral in the classroom. I do try to give in a sense of humor at times although that’s hard with a course like genocide. I want them to enjoy their learning experience.

SP: Thank you.

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