Gyeonggi-do Institute for Language Education
Learner diversity in the classroom is both an asset and obstacle for teachers. Multiple factors influence the efficacy a student learns, uses, and applies new knowledge. Through the acquisition of a foreign language, young students should be simultaneously fostering their critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, and communication skills in diverse ways.
Angie Lee is an instructor at Gyeonggi-do Institute for Language Education and currently trains in-service public elementary and secondary school teachers in EFL education. She received her Master of Education degree in International Teaching from Framingham State University in 2018. She has over 11 years of experience teaching EFL in South Korea at the elementary, secondary, and adult level.