Ana Puche Grade 2 Teacher
Ana Maria Puche Millar is from Maracaibo, Venezuela, living in Beijing since 2017. She completed her Bachelor’s degree in Modern Languages Education at “La Universidad del Zulia” in her hometown in 2009. She then went on to complete her Master of Education Concentration in International Teaching in 2015 from Framingham State University. Ana has seven years of teaching experience. In Venezuela, she taught Grade 1 for three years at an American International School. At CISB, Ana has had the opportunity to teach Grade 1, Pre-K 3 and 4, respectively, and is currently teaching Grade 2. As a highly dedicated teacher, one of her goals is to make sure all students reach their maximum potential and that they are academically, emotionally, and socially successful. With the firm belief of “one size does not fit all,” her lessons are planned so that each student learns at their level and pace, providing them with differentiated instruction and learning opportunities to challenge themselves. She strives to be a caring, fair, and positive role model and to create an environment conducive to learning for all students. Respect, kindness, and humility are the fundamental values that dictate the dynamics in her classroom.