Korean Education Manager
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Areas of Expertise
Curriculum Development, Performance Assessment, Foreign Language Instruction
Hanna Kang is the Korean Education Manager at A-KEEP.
Before settling down at A-KEEP, she served as a full time faculty/Education program director in a Junior College in South Korea for 6 years. Her responsibilities included teaching, recruiting and training instructors to impart the education, organizing various off-site educational/cultural events for students and faculty, developing educational programs, reviewing and administering educational progress. While successfully performing a wide array of task, she has encountered a variety of social, educational, cultural situations, which has shaped her into a flexible and professional Korean education manager. In addition, as a Research Assistant at a Career Development Center at Ewha Woman’s University,
She analyzed the latest research in the education field, edited contents for academic articles and dissertations, and translated documents from English to Korean. She is also a committed and enthusiastic Korean language instructor who can create a student-friendly environment and maintain students’ interest, motivation and participation through creative classroom technique.
She is a native Korean and holds a National Teaching Certificate from South Korea. Her specialist areas are Curriculum Development and Multimedia-Assisted foreign Language Learning and Teaching. She earned her Master’s degree in TESOL and she is currently working on her Ed.D thesis on utilizing multimedia in teaching a foreign language.