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Application Status: Approved
Visa Status: Not Known

Teacher Details:


Name: Danial
Teacher ID: 8061
Nationality: British
Have you lived or worked overseas before?: No

Placement Preferences


Available Date: 14th October 2019
Travel Plans: I am travelling alone
Location Preferences: City

Education


Highest Qualification: BA
Degree Subject: Genetics
University / Institution: Queen Mary University of London
Grade:
Do you have a TEFL certificate: Yes
Details of TEFL certificate:

tefl.org: 120 hours, In person practicum

Were you educated in your native country?: Yes
Education comments:

Work Experience

Position


Job title: Teaching Assistant
Employer: Cavendish House Private Nursery
Date of employment: september 2015- March 2018
Summary of role:

Worked to create effective teaching material each year, communicating material throughout the business and classes. Working within the classrooms of children aged 2-5, performing games, helping during lunches, and aiding in the education. For example, I was tasked with aiding learning alphabet and letters with the children aged 3-5, this was done through creating engagement with the written shapes through games, songs, drawing and painting. Helping the teachers to track progress of the children’s learning was also part of my role, by organising files on each child showing progress across the year.

Position


Job title: BME representative
Employer: Queen Mary Students’ Union
Date of employment: september 2017 – june 2018
Summary of role:

Black & Minority Ethnic (BME) representative in the QMSU student council. Campaigned for many issues for students of different cultures, languages and ethnicities, and worked as part of the union’s Student Buddy scheme, which meant aiding and tutoring students of lower years to aid social integration and ensure students were able to get the most out of their learning experiences.

Position


Job title: University Final Year Research Project
Employer: QMUL
Date of employment: july 2017-june 2018
Summary of role:

Undertook a final year Biology Research project involving field study/collections and lab work in The French Alps. This meant being in situations where English speaking people were very rare, hence having to navigate, live and research with basic knowledge of French to be able to successfully carry out the work needed to be done.

Position


Job title: After school club tutor
Employer: Quaker house after school club
Date of employment: september 2012-2015
Summary of role:

Taught children from ages 8-15. Focusing on basic Arabic comprehension, maths and science homework, and building study skills.As the teacher, I was responsible for ensuring students met deadlines for homework. Also, that they were able to leave with understanding of the subjects they were struggling with and arranging appropriate tasks to ensure engagement from students. I was tasked with lesson preparation, which also meant a revision of the curriculum taught at school to suit the classes I was teaching. Furthermore, I had to adapt the ‘Madina Books’ used to teach Arabic to adults, to suit the classes for children and adolescents, in essence creating my own Arabic curricula for the different ages. This role also meant that I had to be able to create a good relationship between myself and the students to create a friendly but also disciplined learning environment.

Supporting Information:

Why do you want to teach overseas?:

I have been reading on how Education in Seoul and korea in general is of the top most quality. I am a graduate from the University of London, Queen Mary, where I was reading Genetics, further I have undertook a TEFL qualification in teaching english. I am passionate about teaching english to a high level. I Wish to become a highly experienced and passionate teacher of English, and believe through teaching abroad I will be able to take my teaching knowledge to a wider degree. As a graduate from a high ranking univesity here in the uk, I understand the way in which the quality of teaching effects the standard of students produced and hence aim to be professional and innovative and motivated as I have been taught. i want to become an amazing educator.

Why are you a suitable candidate for teaching overseas?:

I have worked during my summer breaks in a private childrens nursery which I believe provides me with some exerience and insight . Here i was teaching pre-school children in the UK, from ages 1-5. this was done in creative and entertaning ways, to engage the students,keep classroom control, ignite their curiousity and excel their learning.
Using innovative methods in activites intermixed with good teamwork amongst teachers, building close rapport with each student, I believe I am able to guide and culture learning to make sure each classroom is able to reach its full potential in all students. I have developed this innovative mindset from when being a tutor, in which I had to build my own curriculum, tutor the many students’ different needs and also innovatively use their own passions and interests to tailor the classroom learning. This meant ensuring good communication skills with student, staff and parents to ensure the best outcome.
From a young age I have always been passionate about reading, whether history, Science, fiction or non, and love to intergrate the reading into my teaching, to help plant the seed of imagination. By using humour, emotions and engaging stories , a good teacher student relationship then allows learning to become fun and comfortable.

Additional information:

Back to results

applicant Photo

Application Status: Approved
Visa Status: Not Known

Teacher Details:


Name: Danial
Teacher ID: 8061
Nationality: British
Have you lived or worked overseas before?: No

Placement Preferences


Available Date: 14th October 2019
Travel Plans: I am travelling alone
Location Preferences: City

Education


Highest Qualification: BA
Degree Subject: Genetics
University / Institution: Queen Mary University of London
Grade:
Do you have a TEFL certificate: Yes
Details of TEFL certificate:

tefl.org: 120 hours, In person practicum

Were you educated in your native country?: Yes
Education comments:

Work Experience

Position


Job title: Teaching Assistant
Employer: Cavendish House Private Nursery
Date of employment: september 2015- March 2018
Summary of role:

Worked to create effective teaching material each year, communicating material throughout the business and classes. Working within the classrooms of children aged 2-5, performing games, helping during lunches, and aiding in the education. For example, I was tasked with aiding learning alphabet and letters with the children aged 3-5, this was done through creating engagement with the written shapes through games, songs, drawing and painting. Helping the teachers to track progress of the children’s learning was also part of my role, by organising files on each child showing progress across the year.

Position


Job title: BME representative
Employer: Queen Mary Students’ Union
Date of employment: september 2017 – june 2018
Summary of role:

Black & Minority Ethnic (BME) representative in the QMSU student council. Campaigned for many issues for students of different cultures, languages and ethnicities, and worked as part of the union’s Student Buddy scheme, which meant aiding and tutoring students of lower years to aid social integration and ensure students were able to get the most out of their learning experiences.

Position


Job title: University Final Year Research Project
Employer: QMUL
Date of employment: july 2017-june 2018
Summary of role:

Undertook a final year Biology Research project involving field study/collections and lab work in The French Alps. This meant being in situations where English speaking people were very rare, hence having to navigate, live and research with basic knowledge of French to be able to successfully carry out the work needed to be done.

Position


Job title: After school club tutor
Employer: Quaker house after school club
Date of employment: september 2012-2015
Summary of role:

Taught children from ages 8-15. Focusing on basic Arabic comprehension, maths and science homework, and building study skills.As the teacher, I was responsible for ensuring students met deadlines for homework. Also, that they were able to leave with understanding of the subjects they were struggling with and arranging appropriate tasks to ensure engagement from students. I was tasked with lesson preparation, which also meant a revision of the curriculum taught at school to suit the classes I was teaching. Furthermore, I had to adapt the ‘Madina Books’ used to teach Arabic to adults, to suit the classes for children and adolescents, in essence creating my own Arabic curricula for the different ages. This role also meant that I had to be able to create a good relationship between myself and the students to create a friendly but also disciplined learning environment.

Supporting Information:

Why do you want to teach overseas?:

I have been reading on how Education in Seoul and korea in general is of the top most quality. I am a graduate from the University of London, Queen Mary, where I was reading Genetics, further I have undertook a TEFL qualification in teaching english. I am passionate about teaching english to a high level. I Wish to become a highly experienced and passionate teacher of English, and believe through teaching abroad I will be able to take my teaching knowledge to a wider degree. As a graduate from a high ranking univesity here in the uk, I understand the way in which the quality of teaching effects the standard of students produced and hence aim to be professional and innovative and motivated as I have been taught. i want to become an amazing educator.

Why are you a suitable candidate for teaching overseas?:

I have worked during my summer breaks in a private childrens nursery which I believe provides me with some exerience and insight . Here i was teaching pre-school children in the UK, from ages 1-5. this was done in creative and entertaning ways, to engage the students,keep classroom control, ignite their curiousity and excel their learning.
Using innovative methods in activites intermixed with good teamwork amongst teachers, building close rapport with each student, I believe I am able to guide and culture learning to make sure each classroom is able to reach its full potential in all students. I have developed this innovative mindset from when being a tutor, in which I had to build my own curriculum, tutor the many students’ different needs and also innovatively use their own passions and interests to tailor the classroom learning. This meant ensuring good communication skills with student, staff and parents to ensure the best outcome.
From a young age I have always been passionate about reading, whether history, Science, fiction or non, and love to intergrate the reading into my teaching, to help plant the seed of imagination. By using humour, emotions and engaging stories , a good teacher student relationship then allows learning to become fun and comfortable.

Additional information: