Welcome to my world!

I am Azhar Youssef; an EFL female teacher from Egypt. I am ….
What about visualizing me instead?
Below, you can see a poster about myself. Kindly hover over the items to know more about me.

Thanks so much for visiting my page!

52 thoughts on “About

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    • Dear Annie,
      Thanks so much for your invaluable feedback. Really, it means a lot to me as I always care about how easy-to-browse my site. It is a great honor to have you following, commenting, and learning together. 🙂

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  2. It will take me a while to view all that you have shared and accomplished. Your students are fortunate because you are passionate about your calling. I’m glad to have met you through the Thinglink Teacher Challenge!


    • Dear @Sheri Edwards,
      Thanks so much for dropping by. Your words made my day, indeed. Actually, I have very brilliant students that always impress me. I will follow you on google+ #TLChallenge to see your interactive images and learn from each other.
      All the best!


  3. Hello! I just stumbled upon your blog following a link from another blog and I must say your abpout pag is awesome. I tried making one like that with Canva and Thnglink but I can’t figure out how you put the social media buttons with links (on the left side), when I export image from canva as png, all the links on it disappear. If I download it as pdf I can’t add the links with thinglink. I figured out how to tag with thingling but it puts these icons on links. How did you do the twitter, facebook etc buttons with links? Did you use the paid solution or is there a trick?

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    • Hi Leona,
      Thanks for dropping by. I am so sorry for being late to respond. To do yours, follow the steps below:

      First, create an image using Canva. Once you finish, kindly export it as png.

      Second, upload this image to ThingLink to tag it. Just click anywhere on the image, then a window pops up in which you can choose icons and link them. It is so easy!

      Third, copy the link of your interactive image. In your page, click “Add Media” – insert from URL – paste the link, click insert into page, and finally hit the publish button. That is it!

      Here is a screenshot that can help you to tag your image using ThingLink. Please, click the image below to open it in a separate tab. I hope it would be helpful!


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  4. This is the best use of creativity that I have ever found on a blog “About” page. It really drew me in. Considering that you are a fellow life-long learner, I am looking forward to reading more posts in your site. Just recently, I started an online class and I am contemplating going back to school full time. I suspect that you may have some inspirational and challenging thoughts for me here.

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    • Hi Catherine,
      Thanks so much for the compliments. I am so happy to find a person who is interested in creating online environments for her students. Please, let me know what kinds of tools you are going to use. I used blogs, wikis, Facebook groups and more with my students and worked so well. To know more ideas, please visit my other educational blog “https://azharreflections.wordpress.com/” as this blog is under construction. I have just started it, but of course never stop.

      By the way,
      I went to your blog to see how you work, but unfortunately it says it is protected. You can go to your dashboard – setting – reading – and check the first option “Allow search engines to index this site.” This will help me to view your posts and leave comments on.
      Wish you the best 🙂

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    • Thanks so much @hippocriticali for dropping by. I have just visited your blog. It is so gorgeous. Your latest post “The Semi-colon effect” is so creative. Also, I love how you end it “Never choose to end the sentence; because you are the author and the sentence is your life.” Wow, I am so lucky to meet such creative minds 🙂

      I am looking forward to learning with and from you dear friend.

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        • Thanks so much dear friend. I don’t see the sharing and like buttons when viewing all your posts at the home page. You can enable that by going to Setting – Sharing – in the section “Show buttons on”, check all options. I hope you like this suggestion. Keep up the great work 🙂


  5. I’ve never seen anything like it before! It’s highly creative and arouses curiosity. I can learn a lot about you in just one page. Don’t you think you’re giving too much information in your about.me? To be honest, I feel like I don’t need to go to your posts to find out more. I have it all here.

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    • Thanks so much dear Rinda Sukma for passing by. I agree with you about the info I give here. I just wanted to collect all my areas of interests in one place not just for my readers, but for me too. Thanks so much for your note. I can modify it to make every tag a little bit short, so you don’t need to spend too much time reading and surfing.
      See you around!


    • Dear @mariaconmari,
      Thanks so much for visiting my About page. Your nice words mean a lot to me. Working with such creative people like you all inspires me and encourages me to do my best.


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