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Alayna W
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Catherine
Greeting:My name is Catherine Vieyra, I am from America. I have been teaching English for over 3 years. I enjoy teaching very much, and I love working with children of all ages. My teaching methods include using games to make the children excited to learn, and engaging the class with a lot of examples and activities.
Teresa
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Anna K
Greeting:Hi! My name is Anna. I’m from San Jose, California. Teaching young minds is one of my passions in life. I love to travel, and moving to China to teach English, combined two of my favorite things. English learners are passionate and eager to learn. Using all my skills, and discovering new abilities along with my students, makes it more fun.
Dana
Greeting:I am Dana from U.K. I have been teaching for more than 25 years, and I am still passionate about it. I have a holistic approach to my students, which means that I do not teach them only English, but try to get to know them and share my experience of the world with them. Teaching for me is a two way street. I listen carefully to what my students have to tell me, and respond to their needs accordingly. I also like to learn from them, know their interest, the way they think, their opinions, doubts, and emotions. I like to challenge their brains, and make them think for themselves.
Joe
Greeting:Originally from Upstate New York, I moved to Florida to complete my university education. Upon completion, I moved to China where I have been teaching for the past eight years. I have experience teaching children and adults, and have taught IELTS and TOEFL courses. I have also lectured a university foundation year English course.
Grace
Greeting:Hello! My name is Grace Gary, from Atlanta, Georgia, and I've been working with children in several environments across America and China. I was introduced to the profession of education at age 13, and continued to refine my skills as a home tutor, then a school teacher, for the past ten years. I've learned that the best way to keep my students attention and drive for learning is through laughter and stories. In my classes I use jokes, personal experience, and incorporate the daily lives and hobbies of my students into the lesson. This assures a captivated interest for learning that gives them the self-motivation to succeed.
Julia G
Greeting:Hi, I’m Julia. I’m From Buffalo, New York. My class is very organized, but not without a sense of excitement. I also believe it’s important to associate learning with fun. Silly voices and acting out words is my specialty, which brings a whimsical air to the classroom. My interests include traveling, cartoons, comic books, and gaming.
Jerry
Greeting:My name is Jerry. I’m a Canadian who has been in China for five years. I’ve been teaching for eight years. My interests are literature, music, film, and philosophy. It is my goal to give my students a quality education so that they may succeed in their future endeavors.
Zack
Greeting:My name is Zack Lai hailing from Las Vegas, Nevada in the United States. I graduated from University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2007, with a Bachelors Degree in Finance. Throughout my life, I have been immersed in the American culture and educated in the United States school system. Raised in a family of five, I learned the value lesson of a strong family relationship and what it means to help each other. My passion is to help people to bring out their full potential and assist others within my capacity to pursue their dreams. By nature, I am a compassionate individual with tolerance and patients. I hope that I may instill value life-lessons to the future generations and give each person the tools and ideas to transcend beyond what is the norm.
Cory
Greeting:My name is Cory Chan. I was born and raised in Chinatown, New York City. I majored in Sociology at Boston University and graduated in May of 2015. I had the privilege of studying abroad in London, Dubai and Shanghai. While I was living in Shanghai, I studied at Fudan University. Although I am of Chinese descent, I did not speak any Mandarin before I moved to China. Thankfully, living in China for the past two years has allowed my Mandarin to improve. On the weekends, I volunteer at at Mifan Mama, a non-profit organization located in the outskirts of Shanghai that helps children who are blind and partially-sighted. I enjoy working with children and teens. I hope to inspire young people to chase after their passions and to pursue a higher education.