Maki Nishihara is an international educator who has lived, studied, and worked in Switzerland, France, Mexico, US, Brazil, Panama, Estonia, Germany, and Japan. She received a B.A. degree in Spanish and French from Franklin & Marshall College and a M.S. in Multidisciplinary Studies in Learning Styles for International Educators from the State University of New York.
Her teaching style encompasses multicultural and multidisciplinary elements, ensuring students to receive an enriching and rewarding academic experience. She has been trained in various programs such as PYP, Tribes, and Responsive Classroom to create an encouraging, safe, and caring environment for the students.
She loves traveling and meeting new people. She is an enthusiastic communicator who enjoys talking about anything and engaging in conversations with people from all over the world. Her passion is to educate the younger generation to be more open-minded to the beauty of the world, but at the same time embrace and love his or her own culture.
- B.A. degree in Spanish and French from Franklin & Marshall College
- M.S. in Multidisciplinary Studies in Learning Styles from the State University of New York