With a new school year starting up, teacher's are setting up their classrooms and kicking off their classes across the country. This seemed like the perfect time to open up "Teach's Classroom," a blog I'll be keeping on teaching, learning, and trends in Foreign Language and English Language Arts.
Who Am I?
My name is Katherine. I am a secondary English and French teacher who has been teaching overseas in South Korea for 5 years. Currently, I am teaching at an international school on Jeju Island. Previously, I taught in Seoul for 2 years at a private academy, and in the South Korean public schools for 3 years through Fulbright in Cheongju.
Before coming to South Korea, I graduated from the University of Evansville. I am currently pursuing a Master's degree in Literacy, Culture, and Language Education from the University of Indiana at Bloomington.
Feel free to explore my professional portfolio, or check out my LinkedIn Profile for more information about myself and my career.
As a secondary English and foreign language educator, Katherine has spent the past 7 years teaching in South Korea. She is an enthusiastic educator who believes in the potential of every student, and strives to make an interactive, engaging learning environment to promote inquiry and learning.