Eli Dimanova is a Teacher with the Toddlers A teaching team at the Ponce City Market campus. She brings with her extensive knowledge of teaching and child development and is an integral part of the infant-toddler program at Suzuki. Ms. Eli is originally from Bulgaria where she worked for a short time in the Social Work field. She has taught in Kindergarten as well as in other infant-toddler programs in both Bulgaria and Georgia.
Ms. Eli has been a part of the Suzuki team since 2010. Eli loves The Suzuki School’s commitment to furthering education and lifelong learning. She took to the Montessori Method of teaching immediately when Suzuki offered the training. She loves how at Suzuki, the teachers are able to adapt the Montessori lessons and philosophies to best fit the individual children’s needs in their classrooms.
Ms. Eli adores working with the youngest students at Suzuki. She loves how through the Montessori Method, the children are given the freedom to gravitate towards certain lessons. She enjoys watching as their personalities and interests begin to develop, even at a young age. She also enjoys being able to see the children she worked within the classroom as they move to other classrooms and continue their growth and development. She has a great relationship with all of the teachers in the school and makes a special point to talk with them about her children’s favorite lessons as they move up in the school.
Ms. Eli has a son (Martin) and can be found playing soccer or riding bikes with her family on the weekends.
A graduate of The University of Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria, Ms. Eli holds a Master’s degree in Social Work. She is also a Certified Montessori Infant-Toddler Teacher through the American Montessori Society.