Show simple item record Javadov, Samir Saraj, Leyla Sultanli, Ulviyya Sadigov, Alasgar Ismayilova, Nuray Babayeva, Elmira Shahmaliyeva, Rashida Kazimzada, Fidan Huseynov, Vagif Mammadov, Elvar 2020-09-11T07:36:39Z 2020-09-11T07:36:39Z 2020
dc.description Hello all and welcome back to our second edition of ADAlilar! I am sure the past couple of months have been quite the unique experience for everyone - online classes, quarantine, being separated from your friends, and the loss of events that you were expecting. To add a bit of joy during these difficult times, we have prepared our second edition for all to enjoy. This issue was made completely online through various emails and online meetings, and we have taken feedback from the first edition into consideration to better our work. As you flip through the pages you can see our improvements like how, this time around, our articles will be in two languages - English and Azerbaijani, so that the entire school community may enjoy the magazine. We hope to continue to develop the magazine further and for all to cherish and take part in it. I would like to thank our writers - Elmira Babayeva, Fidan Kazimzada, Vagif Huseynov, Elvar Mammadov, Alasgar Sadigov, Rashida Shahmaliyeva, Hajar Naghiyeva, Shamsi Eyvazov, Fatima Abbasova, Susan Jarafova, Nuray Ismayilova, and Turan Bayramli. Special thanks to Samir Javadov and Ulviyya Sultanli for helping us every step of the way with their ideas and edits. May we all see each other in person soon, have a great summer and stay safe! Leyla Saraj Editor en_US
dc.description.abstract Dear reader, We are glad to meet you again. To be honest, we missed you, we were even a little worried of you. Why? Of course, because of the threat of the COVID-19 pandemic that has engulfed the world. if you are now flipping through our magazine, it means that everything is alright. So, you are healthy, energetic and go forward with firm and optimistic steps. Just like ADAlilar! We are also well. We have a lot of good news. We have successfully completed the academic year. Thirty-six of our students graduated. Each of us is very happy about this. What could be better for a school than to see its successful graduate? Although we switched to distance learning almost from the beginning of the second semester, we did not stop teaching for a moment. Yes, we had to stay home, and although we did not have the opportunity to see our friends, colleagues, and classmates live, we continued our social activity. We had some interesting meetings and contest in online format. Thanks to our dedicated teachers, we were able to turn the current situation into our benefit. We have learned to take care of each other more. Finally, we released our first graduates into the open sea of life like paper boats. When a boat starts sailing, you never know where, at what speed and in what direction the waves will take it. Sometimes strong winds and waves will try to shake it. But the strength of this boat will depend on the hands that made it, the love of teachers and parents, their hard work and care. I believe that the knowledge and high moral values instilled by the ADA School to its students will always make their boats strong and unshakable against the strong winds and waves of the sea of life. Samir Javadov Editor-in-Chief en_US
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dc.publisher ADA School en_US
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dc.title ADAlılar en_US
dc.title.alternative ADA School Magazine en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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