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国际PYP小学 教师团队

发布时间:2019年06月05日作者: 来源:

国际PYP小学 教师团队

 

李传九Joe Li

*东方英文书院PYP学术协调员

*哈尔滨师范大学,英语教育专业

*北京外国语大学,应用语言学教育方向

*加州州立大学IBPYP认证教师

*美国ATI TESOL教师资格证培训官

*8年国际学校任教管理经验

*OEC PYP Coordinator

*Master Degree in BFSU

*Majored in Applied Linguistics

*IBPYP teaching and Learning Certificate from CSUSM

*ATI TESOL certificate Trainer

*Around 8 years teaching and managing in international schools

 

 

张美May

*华南师范大学,小教一级教师。

*PYP段学生协调员,班主任兼数学教师。

*自师范院校毕业,一直从事小学教育教学工作

*从教十余年,IB教育八余载,坚持用心经营教育,用爱温暖童心,

*多次获得“优秀教师”、“优秀教学工作者”、“优秀班主任”、“富含爱心班主任”等称号;

*工作业绩突出,还曾获得“宝安区优秀教师”称号。教育格言:教师最大的幸福就是看到孩

 

宋国艳 Angle

*华南师范大学,教育管理专业

*国际小学数学教研组长、G4B班主任、数学学科教师

*3年公立学校教育经历和近14年国际小学从教经验,喜爱深究儿童心理学,对于结合儿童的性格特征因材施教、促进儿童发展思考能力方面有深入研究。

*教学工作细致缜密,班级管理严格高效,所带班级班风积极向上、学习氛围浓厚,深得所有师生喜爱和信赖。从教多年来,注重教学体验的扬长避短,尤其在数学学科的教学改革和评估方法方面有独到研究,为推动国际小学的数学教学质量做出了一定贡献。

*多次获得国际学校“优秀教师”、深圳东方英文书院“优秀班主任”和宝安区“优秀教师”称号。

*最喜爱的教育格言:教学的艺术不在于传授的本领,而在于激励、唤醒、鼓舞。

 

 

尹义豪 Helena

*曲阜师范大学,英语专业八级

*2013年至今曾任职班主任、全科教师、英语学科教研组长

*多次获得院“优秀教师”与“国际部优秀教师”称号;

*所带班级多次获得“优秀班级”称号;多次带学生参加校内外比赛获奖;

*曾单独带领学生到美国进行为期两周的游学;

*所带学生的英文配音兴趣小组多次于家长开放日上展示,获得一致好评。对待工作认真负责,对待学生宠爱但不溺爱,对待教育教学潜心专研,希望能在人民教师这条道路上越走越远,帮助更多的孩子。

 

 

李智颖 Dahlia

*吉首大学,小学教育专业

*2014年入职深圳东方英文书院,至今已在PYP工作四年有余。

*现任PYP语文教研组长,G5A班班主任,执教小学高段语文。

*经过四年的沉淀,无论是在班主任工作和教学方面都已初步形成自己的风格。尤其擅长将国际教育理念和国家课程改革进行有效整合,利用小组分层的教学模式,将学生按照综合能力和水平进行分组,设计符合学生发展水平的成长目标和探究活动,以充分激发学生的学习主动性为本校“名班主任工作室”成员,多次获得“优秀班主任”、“优秀教师”称号。

 

 

Persie

*BSc (Hons) in Psychology from the University of Winchester, with a focus on Educational and Developmental Psychology

*140 hour TEFL certificate from Cambridge TEFL

*GSCE French and CELPE-Bras Intermediate in Portuguese for Foreigners

*Hello! I’m Persie, and I teach G1B. I’m from Ireland, a small English-speaking island to the west of England, and I arrived in Shenzhen this August. My class learns English through total immersion, similar to the way infants pick up their first language – and once we’ve taught them the key vocabulary they need for comprehension, we have other classes through English, such as Science, Maths, Art and the International Baccalaureate Units of Inquiry. This means that they’re being exposed to English in a natural setting from the very first day, and encourages them to experiment with language. We focus on communication in our classes, rather than grammatical perfection, so students see English as living, fun and useful, rather than memorizing verb conjugations!

We follow this philosophy of scaffolded learning with the rest of our curriculum – instead of telling students what is and isn’t correct, we provide them with the resources to find out, and then work things out as a class, developing their critical thinking as well as their knowledge.

 

 

Courtney Milne

*Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with Honors from the State University of New York at Cortland

*120 Hour TEFL Certification

Hello,

My name is Courtney and I am the homeroom teacher for class G6A. I am from Massachusetts, a small state in the North East of the USA. I arrived in Shenzhen in August and have been enjoying this wonderful city. Although this is my first time living in China, I have previously lived abroad in France and Australia.

This year I have been teaching G6A five different subjects; Science, English, English Writing, English Math, and the International Baccalaureate Units of Inquiry. All of these subjects are taught in English in order to provide the students with as much exposure to the English language as possible. My goal is to provide a safe and fun learning environment for the students in my class. Making mistakes and discussing them together is a wonderful way to improve spoken and written English. Due to this belief, I encourage students of all English abilities to actively participate in my classes, and to work together when we are learning about more abstract concepts.

 

 

 

kateEkaterina

*TESOL Diploma ( Business English Specialization)

*International House Certificate (equivalent to CELTA)

*CAE, IB Certificate ( Making PYP happen)

*I’ve been working as an English language teacher for 13 years including 3,5 years in China. *Currently I work for Shenzhen Oriental College, IB department, teaching primary school students English, Science and Math. The school kindly provided me with a significant IB workshop as soon as arrived so now I can share my experience with kids and teach UOI as a subject.

Previously I worked for such world famous companies as EF and International House teaching adults and teenagers. The school in Russia I worked for is an official Cambridge centre so I am highly experienced in getting students ready for such exams as YL starters, movers, flyers, KET, PET, FCE.

Moreover every year I used to teach groups of teenagers aged 9-16 in summer camps abroad, so I have a lot of experience of work with this age category. I am skilled in working with a range of students of different abilities and backgrounds. I also can establish effective working relationships with staff, students, and parents.

 

 

Jeremy Sjodahl-Brainard

*Double degree in both History and Asian Studies, Colorado United States.

*I spent the last three and a half years in Japan where I taught at both private language schools and public schools working with children from a variety of ages through elementary up to high school.

*My approach to education is just as much about the attitude behind learning as it is about the learning itself. I believe students need to be able to enjoy learning and have fun with it but still must take it seriously. When it comes to language usage we focus primarily on usage and communication. Being understood is far more important than language perfection. Students are pushed to find the answer to questions themselves instead of having answers given to them. Students learn language skills, study skills and an appreciation for the subject material in my classes. Critical thinking, problem solving, personal responsibility, and taking the initiative are all critical skills and traits emphasized to allow students to expand beyond their former selves to be more prepared for the learning that is still to come in their lives.

 

 

 

Justine

v MA degree in modern philology; majored in French and Italian.

v BA degree in English language, literature and history; majored in British medieval history.

v University degree in FLE.

v 200h TEFL certificate. Young learners and grammar TEFL.

v Humanities Baccalauréat.

My personal experience growing up in different countries and working in schools with different pedagogical philosophies gave me the opportunity to select teaching methods which seem to work and identify those which seem to fail. One constant succeeding method for teaching a foreign language is providing an immersive environment which is very good with younger pupils. Students need to need vocabulary in order to be understood and understand, this is perfect learning motivation. In first grade we need to provide pupils with the proper, basic academic tools such as learning phonics and developing writing skills, and social skills such as developing respect for other class mates and staff, learning how to be an independent, responsible student. To that end we do our best to provide lively, logical lessons during which pupils are asked to learn, reflect and experiment with language, science/UOI knowledge. It is key to create fun lessons for young learners as it boosts motivation associating learning in general to a positive feeling.

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