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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.
    • Lise Kang Supervisor
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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 Jackie Nethercutt, and I am from the small town of Wilmington, North Carolina on the southeast coast of America. I went to the University of North Carolina where my majors were International Business and French. Before coming to Korea, I taught English and lived in China for several years. In my free time I like to exercise, play all kinds of sports, travel to foreign countries in order to experience new cultures, and study foreign languages.
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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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    • Greetings. My name Christopher Collini and I come from the land of maple syrup, also known as Canada. I am from the beautiful Niagara Region, which is home to Niagara Falls. I attended a local university, Brock University, where I studied mathematics, history, computer science, and of course education. I hope to use the entirety of my skillset to be an affective teacher and coworker for my stay at Gyeseong Elementary School. Korea has been my home for several years and I am happy to stay even longer.
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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 everyone, my name is Erica Choi. I was born in Korea, but I spent half of my life in Canada. I graduated from the University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and History. Then, I went to Lakehead University and obtained a Bachelor of Education in Junior/intermediate levels and a teaching license (Ontario College of Teachers certification). After I graduated from Lakehead University, I worked as an elementary occasional teacher at the Toronto District School Board for two years. I have a variety of teaching experiences in a wide range of age levels. Currently, I am in the process of completing my master’s degree in English Education at Yonsei University to further develop my profession in teaching English. I am very pleased to meet everyone and working with all the wonderful staff 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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