My adventure with teaching started during my physics studies at Jagiellonian University, where I obtained teaching qualifications. This gave me classroom experience with middle and high school students. In addition to curriculum preparation and teaching, I volunteered in leading the student science-club and completed with my pupils my author project “Physics of Cooking”. I was also teaching pupils with educational challenges and from disadvantaged backgrounds. As a physics educator, I felt realized working with talented students, but even greater fulfillment came from seeing a group of 3 girls that, despite their disabilities, were playing with experimental setups to learn the basics of Newton’s Laws.

Since my undergrad studies until now, I’ve been leading workshops and classroom activities for K-12 pupils (e.g., Oakland Summer Camp - Science Week) and university students (e.g., Hadron Physics Summer School).