I always believe that curiosity is the main driver of learning. As a basic principle of learning, it makes no sense to force students to memorize large reams of grammar or collocations. I prefer to share some interesting Chinese cultures or stories behind the lessons to let students focus on exploring an area which interests them and learn about it for themselves.
I just graduated from the University of Sydney (Master of Chemical Engineering). I’m a native Mandarin speaker. Not only do I have the Chinese Standard Teaching Credential, but I also have solid foundation of teaching experience, letting me become a professional teacher.
My undergraduate major was chemistry and education, and I had half a year internship in a senior high school for teaching chemistry. At USYD, I was the tutor of the chemistry and Chinese. I had a dream to be a teacher at a very young age to share my stories.
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