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    • Hello! My name is Lise Kang. I currently develop English programs and support English teachers as a supervisor. I graduated from Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, majoring in English and minoring in Education. After completing my bachelor, I went to Canada. In Vancouver, I had my TESOL diploma and took an Early Childhood Education program. I also worked at an international summer camp as a Korean counselor. I moved to Montreal to continue my study. I finished my Master's degree in Second Language Education at McGill University. Since 2008, when I came back to Korea, I have helped people learn English more efficiently sharing all of my experience and knowledge.
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    • Hello, everyone! My name is Hannah Jung. I was born in Korea but I spent my junior and senior high school years in New Zealand at a school called Waikato Diocesan School for Girls and went to Australia to attend Macquarie University where I graduated with a bachelor degree in communication. After I came back to Korea, I worked mainly as a freelance interpreter and as an English tutor. I am very pleased to meet all the wonderful students, teachers and staff in Gyeseong Elementary School and I have no doubt that I will have a wonderful year here.
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    • Hello, everyone!:) My name is Jane Bak and I come from the sunny island of Gran Canaria, Spain. I was born and grew up in the capital of this wonderful island, Las Palmas de G.C. I majored in English Language and Literature at SNU (Seoul National University), where I was able to experience Korean college life as well as the Korean culture. I am presently enjoying my stay here in Korea and I have been impressed with all of my Gyeseong students. I am looking forward to teaching you and having fun.
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    • Hello! My name is Claire Ahn. I was born in Korea but I spent my childhood in Thailand. I majored in Pedagogy and English Education, and completed my master’s degree in English Education at Korea University. I previously taught at Daewon International Middle School and wrote a thesis about the effect of types of text on Korean students who attend an international middle school in Korea. I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to volunteer as an interpreter and help the international press when Pope Francis came to Korea in 2014. When I am not working at school, I like to read and travel. I am very happy to work here at Gyeseong Elementary School. I am excited to get to know the students more and to have fun learning English together! .
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    • Hello! My name is Julie Kim. I am very glad to be a member of the English faculty at Gyeseong Elementary School. I graduated Sookmyung University and majored in Educational Psychology with a minor in English Education. After that I received my MA in English Materials Development at International Graduate School of English. I had various experiences in developing English workbooks and teaching English. I strongly believe my education and experiences will help you study English in an effective way. Thank you!
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    • Hi! My name is Leanne LaMonte. I am originally from Rochester, New York in the United States of America, but I have been living in South Korea since 2010. I graduated with a BA in English Literature from the State University of New York at Brockport and I have a master’s degree in English Education from Korea University. Before I came to Gyeseong, I taught at Gyeonggi Science High School for the Gifted for five years. I enjoyed teaching high school students, but I really love working with younger students. Some of my hobbies are listening to music, exercising, and spending time with my pets. I have two dogs and three cats! I look forward to meeting all of my new students, and I hope we have a great year together. .
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    • Hello everyone! My name is Ronald Koelbel. I grew up in Baltimore, Maryland in the United States of America. I attended 12 years of local Catholic schools where I made a lot of friends and developed a lot of interests. Music and languages were early interests and I spent the next few years at Towson University mastering German, eventually spending a year in the beautiful city of Trier, Germany to complete my studies. My love of travel and adventure took me to Korea in 2011 where I met my beautiful wife and settled into a life of teaching my English. I have taught several various grade levels during my time here. I am so happy to share all of my stories and English acumen with my students as well as my co-workers at Gyeseong Elementary School!
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    • Hello! My name is Joy Hwang. I graduated from Seoul Foreign Language High School and Seoul Women's University. I also studied at Samford University in the U.S. for a year as an exchange student. I majored in three different languages: English, Chinese, and French. Thanks to my passion for English, I got a perfect score on the TOEIC three times! I have taught elementary and middle school students here in Korea for about ten years. I am so honored to continue my teaching career at Gyeseong, and I am very excited to teach brilliant students like you. I hope I can be a great mentor to you in learning English.
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    • Hello! My name is Michelle Roberts. I was born and raised in St. John, Indiana, in the United States of America. I graduated with an Indiana University BA degree in English with a creative writing concentration and came to Korea a few years later in 2018 after receiving my TEFL/TESOL certificate. I found an unmatched joy as an elementary school teacher here in Korea and I am excited to continue my journey as part of Gyeseong. In my free time I enjoy reading, writing poetry and short stories, and baking new recipes! I look forward to building lasting relationships in Seoul at Gyeseong and helping our students succeed to the very best of my ability.
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    • Hello everyone! My name is Ellen willson and I am from England. I grew up in a town near Durham, which is in the north of the country. Later, I moved to York to complete my Bachelor Degree in Education Studies, at York St John University. Following my undergraduate degree, I went on to receive a Master’s Degree in International and Comparative Education, from Stockholm University in Sweden. In my free time I enjoy exercising and travelling. I enjoy exploring new places and learning about different cultures. I am excited to meet all of my students and I hope we have a great year together.
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    • Hello, everyone! My name is Vicky Vallee and I’m from one of the coldest cities in Canada, also referred to as Montreal. I studied at a local university where I obtained a bachelor’s degree in marketing. Then, I pursed my studies to the master level to graduate in international management as I was eager to work in other countries and discover new cultures. Through my studies and professional internships abroad, I realized that a career in education would be a better fit for me. Therefore, I reoriented myself to the teaching industry and moved to Korea in 2016 to begin a new chapter as an English teacher. I’m thrilled to be part of Gyeseong Elementary School’s team and hope we’ll have a wonderful year together. Let the journey begin!
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