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Brenda Lo

Brenda Lo

I fell in love with teaching when I interacted with the students. I discovered that learners can also teach teachers how to learn. I like to make my lessons fun and full of drama and games.

Brenda Lo graduated from the University of Hong Kong with a BA in Comparative Literature. She pursued her further studies at the University of Saint Joseph and qualified for her MA in Education. She brings her understanding of education to every classroom. Brenda enjoys learning languages herself.

Qualifications

  • University of Hong Kong - BA Comparative literature
  • University of Saint Joseph - MA Education
  • University of Cambridge - CELTA Diploma
  • OnTESOL - TESOL Diploma
 

Student Work

Making your Kindergartener’s Application Stand Out

A portfolio is an essential tool for showing target primary schools the incredible things your child has to offer. As a teacher at i-Learner, I’ve reviewed many student portfolios. Sometimes, these are stuffed full of certificates, reports and photos, and they look like an encyclopaedic history of a child, however there is nothing in them which particularly catches my eye. As you apply to primary… Read More

Teaching Sight Words through Games

As Miss Lucy discussed in last week’s article, sight words, or high frequency words, are those which appear frequently in English writing. Being able to spot them can definitely help a child’s reading speed and fluency. These words can seem very easy to learn (some are only 1 or 2 letters long), however, they can be difficult for young learners since they can have… Read More

Teaching Sight Words Through Games

As Miss Lucy discussed in last week’s article, sight words, or high frequency words, are those which appear frequently in English writing. Being able to spot them can definitely help a child’s reading speed and fluency. These words can seem very easy to learn (some are only 1 or 2 letters long), however, they can be difficult for young learners since they can… Read More

Teacher Diaries: Ms. Brenda – Creativity

When you google the term ‘creativity’, probably you’ll have lots of entries about how to be creative. Good for you. Hopefully you’ve got some ideas of divergent thinking. Basically, everyone can be creative or at least we can be trained to be creative. However what are actually the things hindering us from being creative? “Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep.” – Scott… Read More