Small classes allow a quality teaching environment
Chinese and foreign teachers who are qualified and have obtained teaching certifications. Fully practice your English speaking skills through group exercises and role-playing different situations. Teachers are prepared for students who have different English levels and requirements.
Keven New Zealand
Hello! My name's Keven. I'm from New Zealand and I've been in Taiwan for over 15years. I graduated from university with a Bachelor of Science. During my time teaching here I have obtained two TESOL certificates as well as a ton of experience in teaching English as a second language. I think having a good class involves creating a relaxed and fun atmosphere, where students are comfortable to speak English and make mistakes. The more students speak the faster they improve so I try to create as many interesting opportunities for them to practice what they know and what they have learned. I also teach new ideas, grammar, and vocabulary in practical ways, not just, “that word means this”, but as a sentence the way the word/idiom is used in everyday or in business conversations.
Catherine United States
Hi. I'm Catherine from the States. I graduated from UCLA with a BA in History. I have more than ten years of work experience in adult English language education. I like to create a fun, dynamic and interactive learning environment in which students experience educational success and personal satisfaction. An effective way of getting students to practice and produce target language is to engage them in active discussion and student talking time. I believe a setting where they should feel comfortable communicating in English and taking risks to use the language they are learning is conducive to enjoyable and successful learning.

Chris Australia
Hi. I'm Chris. I'm from Australia and have been teaching ESL for over 10 years. I graduated from the University of Melbourne majoring in English. I’ve focused a lot on Business English. I always try to motivate and encourage my students to learn and practice. If my students are motivated they won’t quit, and if they don’t quit then they are sure to succeed!

David United States
My name's David and I'm from Texas, the Lone Star state! I graduated with a degree in Political Science from the University of Dallas. I strive to give students the ability to discuss the topics that are important to them. I believe that it&qpos;s important to be able to understand each student&qpos;s unique difficulties and goals, and subsequently to tailor my teaching approach to leave them feeling satisfied, engaged, and interested in the materials I&qpos;ve taught.

 Rebecca United Kingdom
Hi all. I'm Rebecca from England. I majored in English during my university days at York Uni. I believe my task is to facilitate the learning process, to encourage and motivate those students that have the desire to learn. One of the key components of a successful teacher is to create an atmosphere of learning that the students will find interesting and stimulates their desire to continue learning. Mistakes should be treated as a learning opportunity, therefore, mistakes are an integral part of the learning process. I believe that the student’s success is my success!
Vanessa United States
Hi. My name's Vanessa and I graduated from the University of California. I've been teaching in Taiwan for over 13 years and during this time I’ve taught conservation, IELTS, TOFEL and Business English. I’ve learned how to manage a classroom, instruct effectively and design a curriculum to suit my students level and need. I plan courses carefully as I believe this is the way to success. Plan your work, then work your plan!