“Feels great to contribute towards the society even as a stay at home mother!”
Meet Sowmya Kuchimanchi, a Cuemath teacher from Hyderabad, an Engineering graduate who preferred being a stay at home mom for her kids and joined us in March, 2016.
With 28 students already enrolled with her, there’s no turning back for Sowmya!
Quite pumped up and excited, she shares some highlights of her journey so far in her own words;
“Prior to joining Cuemath, I was taking home tuitions out of my passion for teaching. It was a tedious task and also very time consuming. The kids were often pushed to tuition classes by their parents for improving their grades. But now at Cuemath it is a totally different and delightful experience altogether.
Never in my life have I seen kids so excited about studying. They do not wish to leave even after the session comes to an end and eagerly await their next session. The parents tell me that now they have to plan their holidays according to Cuemath since their kids are adamant about not missing even a single session. One of my students was not ready to go to his Grandma’s place just because he was supposed to miss a Cuemath session.
Kids are going crazy to use the tab and it is not just limited to bright minds. Students weak at math are catching up and finding Cuemath really interesting and engaging. Having conducted the Math quiz and summer program, I’ve seen some very shy kids turn into outgoing young learners.
I have even enrolled my own children as this program is not just making kids great at math but is also building a strong foundation for the little minds. It feels great to contribute towards the society both as a mother as well as a Cuemath teacher.”
Thank you Ms. Sowmya for being a wonderful motivator to the children and bringing many more children closer to falling in love with math!
You can also become a Cuemath Teacher and inspire many children.
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