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Svjetlana AticTeaching subjects :Academic English

University of St. Andrews (Scotland, UK) and University of Padua (Italy)
I have been teaching English in China for three years so far. I taught in a college and a training center before coming to Qidong Middle School. I am very passionate and highly motivated about my job and I really enjoy teaching Englito Chinese students. Being my first time to be involved in an A-level programme I find it to be challenging but at the same time rewarding and stimulating.

Lenn Adolph ArreTeaching subjects :Physics

(Northwestern University )MAT – General Science : Technological Univ. of the Phil.26 years teaching experience (Biology, Physics, Chemistry, General Science), 8 years University professor. 3 years teaching experience in China (International Baccalaureate (IB) and IGCSE/AS level)

Alexandre MousaviTeaching subjects :Economics and Mathematics

(University of Warwick )He volunteered as an English teacher at the Universidad Major de San Simon in Cochabamba, Bolivia, where he worked with large groups of students with varying degrees of proficiency in English. This required him to be innovative and come up with diverse, interesting and engaging lessons to overcome cultural and linguistic barriers. His experience in Bolivia helped me discover the passion for teaching.

Shahriyar HajghassemTeaching subjects:Economics

(University of Warwick /Warwick Business School) I was a coach of a local football team in 2012.Teaching style: As a coach, I often coordinate training sessions, motivate and manage the players and most importantly establish a healthy relationship with the team.Understanding of A-level teaching: I consulted a careers officer, who explained to me that teaching may be a suitable career option.

Gerard McCaulTeaching subjects :Physics

(University of Warwick )Teaching for the Student Associate Scheme(March-April 2011). This experience taught him the value of forward planning and organization, for everything from CRB checks to lesson planning. And it has confirmed him for the challenge and pleasure in teaching and the empowering effect that knowledge can have. Editing for Korean company Nurisco (2011-2012).

Richard RobertsonTeaching subjects: Mathematics -- Foreign Manager

(Warwick University )I taught English in both Japan and in Qingyuan in Guangdong province, before moving here to teach a programme I know very well from my own schooling, A Level Mathematics. My style for teaching mathematics is to engage students asking them questions and prompting them to answer problems on the board in class, I am also dedicating some of my class time to encourage students to teach each other in a more informal environment in a seminar style by using our meeting room facilities.