- Levels Taught:
- Teaches students:
- Ages 5 to 50 and special needs
- Teaching since:
- March 2004
Having taught Chinese Language Skills in the private sector, primary, secondary and college institutions for a number of years in China, has not only given me great confidence to teach in a classroom setting, but has inherently brought an instructor comfort that feels natural to me.
In addition, finding an opportunity where I can assist the kids, middle school and high school students and adults who love to learn Chinese college staff while maintaining my teaching proficiency in traditional or simplified Chinese characters is both welcome and rewarding to me.
I'm certain that my rich knowledge and years of experience in classroom practical application of Chinese Curriculum / Culture coupled with my love to teach make me a professional, responsible and patient teacher.
In addition, I can teach you Chinese in your location which is no more than 10 miles away from Vista where I live. I can also teach you how to play badminton and cook delicious authentic Chinese food.
1.Chinese language teacher(part-time),
local private language school, San Diego, CA
2.English teacher (part-time), Sunshine Child Education Center, Wuhan China
September 2006 to December 2008
3.Chinese language teacher(full-time), Rainbow Language School,Wuhan China
June 2005 to December 2008
4.Language Teacher (full-time), Wuhan Engineering & Industry Institute of China
March 2004 to April 2009
5.Administrative Assistant, Wuhan Iron & Steel Corp.,
November 1994 – February 2004
An English teaching credential is English subject credential obtained upon completion of a bachelor's degree and prescribed professional education requirements. English credential is required in China in order to qualify to teach public schools.
My daughter had a great experience and is looking forward to the next lesson.
Ms. Qi is a very accessible and diligent teacher. My son can be difficult, but she found ways to quickly connect with him and get him to open up. She accommodated his need for assistance with his regular work, but encouraged us to "start again" with Chinese which is probably a good idea. Very much appreciate her experience and enthusiasm.+ Read More