1.      What education means to you?
For me it is an essential way to integrate the surrounding society from very early age. Education enables to be an individual that is not excluded from the society and to have points in common with all the other persons that you meet throughout the professional and personal life.  It helps to understand each other and to communicate between the different cultures.
The most important thing for me is that education enables the social inclusion.

2.      Describe your formal education (from primary school up the time of this study):
What do you remember most and why?
I had a « classic » educational path offered by the national Ministry of Education, which means that I attended to pre-school and then to primary school, after that I follow secondary education and then I decided to go the University where I obtained my PhD.
I started to study country side and I finished my studies in Paris, which enabled to me observe huge differences in the educational establishments between the countryside and the Parisian Metropolitan area. These differences are related to the teaching methods, the availability of the teachers, schedules and student population.

3.      Describe your informal education (Learning outside the school):
Have you ever  taken part in any courses? Why? How is  your educational level now? Have you any experiences that taught you something important? if yes, what were they?
My informal education was done by my parents and my grandparents; I have never felt a need to attend to any other informal education. Today, I try to enrich my general knowledge all the time, but I do it all by myself by reading and being interested in a lot of different things.
During my educational experiences, I have had a chance to have several interesting teachers in maths and physics who were very pedagogic; these persons lead my way to study maths and sciences in the University and I became a Math teacher. I could say that these teachers had a very important role in my life during the school years but also after

4.      Who or which was your the best teacher and why?
My maths teacher in Secondary school because he was kind, comprehensive and first of all he had great methods, he was very pedagogic and he was very accessible for all the students.