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Vice Principal / Literature Teacher
Caleb J. Cook
Teacher Certification in progress
Graduate School of Education
Master of Education in TESL
Framingham State University
Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies
Mr. Cook has taught students of all ages and backgrounds in South Korea for more than seventeen years. He studied Postmodern literature and short fiction writing at Marylhurst because he wanted to be a writer. Later when he became a teacher, he studied education and TESL. For the last eleven years, he has spearheaded curriculum development initiatives in his workplaces. He designed and oversaw elementary and middle school age workbooks based on reading, writing, and speaking and co-authored four English conversation textbooks. He created specific curricula for and taught classes on debate, public speaking, resume writing and job interviewing, and TOEIC Speaking.
In teaching, Mr. Cook is most passionate about subjects which empower students with the knowledge to be capable and self-sufficient in their futures. He is a strong proponent of technology and its use in and out of the classroom as a tool for learning.
Mr. Cook grew up in the Pacific Northwest primarily in Eugene, Oregon. Currently, his family is spread out across the globe in Texas, New York, and Italy. He owns a hanok in Gyeongju with his wife, son, a jindo, and a pug. His hobbies are photography, writing, design, and home improvement.
Master of Business Administration
University of Illinois at Chicago
Master of Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language
National Taiwan Normal University
Intensive English Program (IEP) DePaul University
Certificate of Qualified Teacher for Chinese
Teaching Chinese to Speakers of other Languages
TQUK-Award in Education and Training (National Vocational Qualification, UK)
Member of World Chinese Language Association
Mrs. Su has quite a bit of experience with different cultures and foreign languages. She was born in Taiwan, lived, worked and studied in the US for 4 years and moved to Korea 3 years ago. Driven by her passion for experiencing enriching global cultures, she taught Chinese at Chicago Youth Center, Chinese language center in New Delhi and also had two years teaching experience at Lincoln American School, Now She is also a columnist of Commonwealth Publishing Company. As a trilingual who also has a multicultural family, she believes that learning a foreign language is much more than using different sounding words to express our thoughts.
Master of Arts in TESOL
University of Sunderland (England)
Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics and Language Studies
TESOL Ontario Certified Certificate Program
York University (Canada)
Mr Ginn grew up in small-town Ontario. Having had enough of country life he moved to Toronto for university and was able to interact with people from all over the world. It wasn’t long before he knew that he wanted to be a teacher. He spent most of his university career learning how to be a better teacher and chose Korea as his first destination. He fell in love and has been here just over six years. In his free time he enjoys riding bicycles along the river, playing board games with friends, and tinkering with his 3D printer.
Master of Arts in Reading and Debate
Bachelor of Arts in Korean Language and Literature
Korean Language Education for Foreigners
National Institute for Lifelong Education
Mr. Oh was a commissioned officer (R.O.T.C) in the Mechanized Army's of South Korea. He emphasizes on correct posture, attitude, and pleasure in the classroom. He is also a specialist in education, graduating from Dongui University and majored in Korean language and literature. He then majored in reading guidance and debate at Korea University Graduate School. Recently he then majored in Korean language education for foreigners. After that, he worked at an education company and middle school as a teacher. He does volunteer activities every month and his hobbies are traveling anywhere and also enjoys playing boxing and basketball. The school thinks his various experiences are a great help to teach students.
Studied Information Technology (Master)
University of Sydney (Australia)
Bachelor of Information Technology
Bond University (Australia)
Mr. Yun is from Sydney, Australia. He graduated from Bond university and shortly after worked at CarAV as general manager and full-stack developer. He was always been interested in graduate studies. So after he resigned he entered the University of Sydney's graduate studies program for his master degrees. Afterward he met his beautiful, lovely and wise wife in Sydney, they were married. He is passionate about having knowledge of and learning new and advanced technologies. He and his family love working and living in the fascinating city of Jinju.
Matthew Nolan Millar
Master of Applied Management in progress
Certificate in Music and Entertainment
Southern Institute of Technology (New Zealand)
Bachelors of Music
University of Otago, Dunedin (New Zealand)
Certificate in Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA)
Mr. Millar has had a passion for music since he was a child. He studied contemporary music at college, and then went to university to study composition, world music, conducting, music history, harmony, and analysis. While at university, he performed with the university choir (bass vocals), renaissance ensemble (lute), and Indonesian Gamelan orchestra (percussion). He has also performed as a solo classical guitarist, electric guitarist in rock, blues, funk, and jazz bands, and as a percussionist in a brass band.
Soon after he graduated, he jumped at the chance to teach English in Korea. He has taught students of all ages, particularly enjoying teaching presentation and debating skills. Because of his continuing love of music, he also worked as an itinerant guitar teacher at Hyundai Foreign School in Ulsan.
Master of Laws
Bachelor of Laws
Bachelor of Theology
University of Auckland (New Zealand)
Graduate Diploma in Teaching
IT & General Affairs
Jason Jung (정재승)
Ann Lee (이주희)