Teacher Diaries

Teacher Diaries

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Teacher Diaries: Ms. Li – Teaching Philosophy

Teacher Diaries: Ms. Li – Teaching Philosophy

Teacher Diaries: Ms. Li – Teaching Philosophy

I aim to foster a learning environment that encourages students to be good inquirers. Challenging students to ask questions and to engage with the world, I hope to transmit the habit of constant exploration. This process provides practice of language in context that is meaningful to them. Students’ well-being is always of utmost importance to me and the interactions they have with their peers and… Read More

TEACHER DIARIES: MS. WANG – TEACHING PHILOSOPHY

TEACHER DIARIES: MS. WANG – TEACHING PHILOSOPHY

TEACHER DIARIES: MS. WANG – TEACHING PHILOSOPHY

There are three levels in Chinese learning. The first one is practicality. Language is a kind of tool for our human to communicate and transmit our experience and knowledge. To help students use language to obtain new knowledge, express feelings and ideas freely and accurately, I hope I can teach them vocabulary, grammar and skills in comprehension and writing, through the combination of life-situation and… Read More

Teacher Diaries: Ms. Ivy – Teaching Philosophy

Teacher Diaries: Ms. Ivy – Teaching Philosophy

Teacher Diaries: Ms. Ivy – Teaching Philosophy

Language is organic and requires an environment where the importance of exchange is positively reinforced. It is continually changing and an attitude that is open to change with a critical mind is fundamental. Students are not completely a blank canvas. They each carry with them the building blocks and a foundation, which are brimming with potential. In order for students to grow into confident learners,… Read More