**Let us introduce 2 u the new teachers at Srobarka**

*QUESTION: Is it the first time, that you're teaching students or have you already done it before?*- ANSWER: I was doing some practice while attending the university, mostly at various vocational schools. Once I practiced also at Srobarka and I have to say that there's a big difference between a high school like yours and those schools. With students at Srobarka you can work more easily. It's a pleasure to teach them.
*Q: How do you feel about Srobárka, Srobarian students and the atmosphere here?*- A: Srobarka has impressed me a lot, especially the building, that special atmosphere and good team of professors. I've got a good feeling about it.
*Q: Do you consider it advantageous or less advantageous to teach at sucha, I dare to say, prominent school?*- A: Until now I've been teaching here for only about a month, so I don't know many people in person. I can't say very much about it at the present time. It would be better to ask me about my opinion in a few months or so.
*Q: How did you get to do mathematics? For the most students math is the last thing they want to study and attending math*lessons is almost a horror.- A: I guess it was already at the primary school, when I started to think about studying mathematics. For me it was fun, so I could imagine myself quite easily in the role of a math teacher.
*Q: Why have you become a teacher? Today teachers are in a very unstable position and their salaries are also not very*satisfactory...- A: I wanted to work with people, because A: I couldn't bear doing researches or sitting in a lab. During the university years I found out that I like working with people better than chasing academic titles. I haven't got my first salary yet, but I can already guess how much it will be. But I think that a sum comparable with the salary of a worker doesn't correspond with an expert and pretentious work.
*Q: What would you like to do, if you weren't a teacher? Or, what was your childhood dream of your future profession?*- A: I don't know. I'm interested in things to do with economics.
*Q: And what about things that don't have anything in common with mathematics?*- A: I think I would enjoy work in a family enterprise, where I could organize something. 10x Julia S.

Mr. Slavomír Harabín teaches mathematics and is also in charge of the math seminar. He is one of the (?) new teachers at our school that we students often meet in the gangways mostly even without knowing that they are teachers. Whether you already know him or not, you may wonder what some of his opinions and impressions are about our school.