• What education means to you?

It permits to know where the limits are; what we can do and what we can’t do. It is also a way to learn how to respect the others.

  • Describe your formal education (from primary school up the  time of this study):
    What do you remember most and why?

I am an engineer so I have been to the University.

Back in my time, we didn’t have calculators. Pupils were using a slide rule. You need your two hands to use it. Then I have met a chemistry teacher who has an hand amputated. He wasn’t able to use the slide rule, so he was mentally calculating using logarithm that he had to learn by heart.

  • 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?

I didn’t learn English at school. So I had to learn it by different trainings and by myself at the end of my formal education.

Danse classes are a way for us to meet people and to have an important social life.

  • Who or which was your the best teacher and why?

It was also a chemistry teacher (not the one from the question 2). He managed to explain us that organic chemistry was something logical, with some exceptions. However, most of the people, including teachers, are seeing organic chemistry as a science in which everything needs to be learnt by heart.