BPSS School Agent License Multilingual in Spanish, French, Portuguese, and English Bachelor’s Degree in International Trade Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
BPSS School Agent License Multilingual in Turkish and English Bachelor’s Degree in International Trade
Degree(s): SUNY/Stony Brook, B.S. in Computer Science Teaching Philosophy: All students can learn and want to learn. It is my job to meet them where they are and move them forward.
BPSS Director License BPSS Director Certification Course Multilingual in English and Korean Bachelor’s Degree in International Criminal Justice
BPSS School Agent License Multilingual in English, Mandarin, and Italian Bachelor’s Degree in International Communication Direct: 646)693-9918 Email: email@example.com Wechat: CampusTSQ
BPSS School Agent License Multilingual in English and Korean Bachelor’s Degree in English Language and Literature/Economics Direct: (646) 693-8607 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Degree(s): BA in American Studies, University of Colorado at Boulder Teaching Philosophy: I believe that my greatest strength as an educator is my ability to discern when to implement EQ vs IQ. My lessons are delivered with strong leadership. I am a good match for this role as I contextualize textbook content, tying it to relevant […]
BPSS School Agent License Multilingual in Japanese and English Bachelor’s Degree in International Communication Direct: (646) 693-9917 Email: hattori.izumi@com
Degree(s): Columbia University, TESOL Certification Stevens Institute of Technology, MA in Management of Technology Kean University, B.S. in Computer Science Teaching Philosophy: I strongly believe in the communicative principle in teaching ESL students. Students learn better and faster when there is active communication in class. It is also so important to provide some level of […]
Degree(s): American College of Education, M.Ed. in Teaching English Learners Rutgers University, B.F.A. in Visual Arts Teaching Philosophy: Creating a positive and respectful learning environment is a crucial part of language acquisition. I encourage adult English language learners to share their cultures and life experiences during our lessons to facilitate an exchange of meaningful communication.