I studied at Seoul National University of Education and I had worked at many Primary Schools in Seoul for over 11 years; meanwhile I attained a Masters Degree in Mathematics of Education also from Seoul National University of Education. After getting the MA degree, I taught gifted and talented students for 3 years in the afterschool at Gifted Education Institute of Gangseo Education Office in Seoul. So my class consisted of various activities about arithmetic, geometry and so on with enjoyable experiments, team work through discussion, adding on to the point we had lots of team projects. I used to be a class teacher of a big range of the year group in Korea. Because of various experiences I had in Korea, I was able to get this far.
I live in Thailand now since my husband was assigned to work here. Since 2011, I have travelled to beautiful places in Thailand with my family. I was impressed with the Thai nature, culture and food which was precious time for my family.
Few years later I realized something was missing and I felt that bringing smiles to students’ faces was the source of my happiness. So I joined St. Andrews International School Bangkok in 2017. I love to see Korean students who are keen to develop their Korean skill as a first language which is important to enable students to enhance their academic potential. I am happy to develop their mother tongue languages and intercourse with English in the productive and efficient way to be global students.
It is valued that St. Andrews International School Bangkok offers a range of first languages to students and students who can take these courses are honored and gifted.
I like to listen to podcasts about literature and I enjoy reading books that are recommended on it.
I am pleased to join St. Andres where students can be empowered by intercultural circumstance.