Teaching Assistants - Elementary (English)

Generative and collaborative Peer Learning Community for Teaching Assistants

Empowering Educators, Elevating Learning Join us for the definitive conference exploring the evolving role of teaching assistants in the 21st century. This year’s summit will bring together passionate educators, pioneering developers, and teaching assistants are redefining the teaching profession and unlocking new possibilities for student-centric learning. This is your chance to gain a competitive edge, optimizing educational outcomes and elevating the teaching experience.

Live Session Dates/Times

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Live Session 1

October 14, 2024
Tuesday
10:30 am – 12:00 pm (China Time)

Live Session 1

October 14, 2024
Tuesday
10:30 am – 12:00 pm (China Time)

Live Session 1

October 14, 2024
Tuesday
10:30 am – 12:00 pm (China Time)

Live Session 1

October 14, 2024
Tuesday
10:30 am – 12:00 pm (China Time)

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Joy Yang

Joy Yang is a committed Grade 3 teaching assistant with a deep passion for education and a strong love for reading. With several years of valuable experience in the classroom, she is highly skilled at supporting students’ academic and social-emotional development. Joy shines in crafting engaging lesson plans, tailoring instruction to cater to diverse learners’ needs, and cultivating a positive and inclusive classroom atmosphere. Renowned for her patience, creativity, and excellent communication skills, Joy is dedicated to empowering every student to achieve their full potential.

Margerie Abundo

Margerie Abundo is dedicated to her role as a Teaching Assistant, where she contributes significantly to the growth and development of her students. Her involvement extends beyond mere classroom assistance; she serves as a reflection of the children’s progress, learning, and application of knowledge in their daily lives. Margerie understands the profound impact she has on various aspects of her students’ lives, recognizing that her support plays a crucial role in their development.

Engaging with the students is not only a professional commitment for Margerie but also a source of personal joy and fulfillment. She finds it rewarding to help children build positive relationships and enhance their self-esteem. Witnessing their accomplishments and growth brings her immense happiness and a sense of pride, reinforcing her passion for her work.

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