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|张晓兵||加拿大国家教练协会(NCCP)认证国家一级羽毛球教练。在体校受过正规羽毛球和乒乓球训练，大学期间曾参加火车头体协羽毛球队集训，多次获得西南交通大学羽毛球比赛单双打冠军。毕业后获得过成都市汇通杯羽毛球比赛团体亚军。在加拿大期间作为前加拿大国家队教练 Dave MacMaster 的助理，致力于青少年羽毛球的普及和提高，具有丰富的青少年羽毛球教学经验。|
|Chris Cho||Chris Cho老师跟随蔡耿章师傅学习武术已有16余年。蔡耿章师傅有30多年的武术教授经验，拥有国际武联颁发的裁判证书，同时还是加拿大国家武术队的教练。蔡耿章师傅培养出了一名世界武术锦标赛季军和十二名世界武术太极比赛冠军. Chris Cho老师是蔡耿章师傅培养的其中一名世界武术太极比赛冠军，他并多次代表加拿大国家武术队参与各类武术大赛，荣获了数不胜数的金牌和冠军头衔。|
|Mrs. Doraty is a master teacher with many years of experience in education. She has a Bachelor of Education from the University of Saskatchewan, an Early Childhood Services Diploma from the University of Alberta and a Masters Degree from the University of Calgary. She has taught Kindergarten through Junior High in both Saskatchewan and Alberta. The majority of Mrs. Doraty’s teaching career has been in elementary education. Mrs. Doraty is currently teaching at Foundations for the Future Charter Academy. At FFCA, Mrs. Doraty taught kindergarten for 13 years and has recently been instructing grade two. During a one-year leave of absence, Mrs. Doraty worked at Rocky View Schools as Learning Support and a System Coach. She was also nominated for and completed the Administrative training program and worked to help set up a cutting edge school in Airdrie that began in the central office space.
Mrs. Doraty brings to this class the ability to teach young children to read, write and spell using a strong phonetic based program. This program will provide the children with tools for reading, writing and spelling that will serve them well throughout their lives. Beginning with the basic sounds in the English language, the students will learn to recognize phonograms by sight and sound. They will then be taught how to build those sounds into meaningful words and from words into sentences. As reading and writing are so closely associated, the children will learn to write words and sentences with correct spelling as they build their word vocabulary. There will be a strong emphasis on neatness and penmanship. A scaffolding method of teaching will be used, which means that students will be expected to review and practice material learned in classes during the week, so that new lessons can be built upon past lessons. Each new lesson will begin with review, move into new material and then practice. It is the goal of this class to provide students with skills that will serve them well throughout life. Families will need to purchase a set of phonogram cards for review at home. These will be available for purchase at the first class.
Dr. Eden Lackner
|Dr. Eden Lackner is an accomplished, enthusiastic teacher with more than a decade of teaching experience at a wide variety of levels. Her Bachelors and Masters degrees are from the University of Calgary, and she spent four years in New Zealand, pursuing and receiving a PhD in English Literature from Victoria University of Wellington at the conclusion of her residency. Over the course of her career, she has taught writing to elementary-aged children, pre-teens, teenagers and adults, working with diverse groups of students, including ESL and gifted pupils. She is a published author, and continues to engage in her own education through research, writing, conferences, and collaboration with other scholars. In addition to her work at Yufeng, she teaches English Literature at the University of Calgary. She believes that education is a life-long journey, and that learning to write and communicate effectively enriches a student's life and opens up a wealth of opportunities.
Dr. Lackner is committed to providing an engaging, stimulating learning environment that challenges students to develop intellectually and creatively. Her writing class focuses on strengthening students' existing skills and cultivating new ones through learning about the structure and content of good writing; understanding the purpose, intent and audience for their writing; and developing their own authorial voices. Each lesson emphasizes discussion, participation, and hands-on practice, and includes grammatical, linguistic and writing assignments to continue each student's learning between classes, throughout the week. Dr. Lackner has been teaching Grade 3/4 Writing at Yufeng since 2015, and looks forward to another happy, productive year!
|Ms. Bayda is an energetic, passionate and experienced teacher who has been teaching English Language Arts for 7 years with Calgary Board of Education. She has spent most of her career teaching Grade 5 & 6 English to ESL & TLC students. She has also spent a year and a half teaching English to students of all ages in South Korea and another year in Japan doing the same. She believes that every student has a right and responsibility to enhance their own learning. Ms. Bayda is able to effectively communicate with students from diverse backgrounds and varying degrees of ability and reach out to their needs. She is a committed and dedicated professional with a proven ability to teach and motivate students, and create a fun and safe learning environment, where students are encouraged to take risks. She can foster and maintain a positive school climate where students can reach their full potential. She taught at Yufeng English School last year and is looking forward to another successful year!|
|NW Gr.5/6 Math teacher: Professor Peter Zvengrowski||Professor Peter Zvengrowski received his BSc from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, his M Sc and Ph D from the University of Chicago. He taught first at the University of Illinois and came to the University of Calgary in 1970, where he has been since then. He has won several teaching awards at the University of Calgary, and has an active research career including colleagues and lectures in Canada, USA, Mexico, Brazil, Germany, France, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Switzerland, Russia, England, India, Singapore, and Australia. He has written over 60 research papers.|
|NW Gr.7/8 & SE Gr.5/6 Math teacher: Mr. Zachary Moyer||Mr. Moyer has Applies Math as his major and Pure Math as his second major, and Actuarial Science as his minor. He enjoys teaching math and enjoys helping students to understand and enjoy math. He is well liked by his students and has inspired them greatly in mathematical understanding and learning.|
|Grades 5/6 and Grades 7/8 English Writing Class Teacher: Dianne Lyle||
Dianne Lyle has been a teacher with the Calgary Board of Education for over 20 years in many different roles, including as a Learning Leader and as a Vice Principal. She is currently a teacher at Dr. Oakley School (a specialized literacy school for students in grades 4-9) where she is teaching grades 5 and 6. Prior to this and most recently, she worked in literacy support and taught with the Traditional Learning Centre (TLC) program for several years. Much of her career has been spent teaching grades4-7, but she has taught all grades from Kindergarten to Grade 8.
Dianne received her Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Calgary and then later returned there to also obtain a Masters Certificate in Educational Contexts.
Dianne believes strongly in building relationships with both students and parents and always welcomes open and honest communication. She is passionate about encouraging her students to always work from a growth mindset, to set goals and to celebrate their unique abilities.
She is a caring, compassionate educator who will encourage her students to always strive for their best.
|Mr. Pittman has been a middle school / junior high Teacher for 18 years and have also spent 6 years teaching ESL to junior high and high school international students.
In this writing course students will be exploring different genres of writing through both reading and writing, as well as the other necessary elements required to improve students' writing and composition skills.
Through writing, reading, thinking and discussing, students will become a better reader, writer and thinker. The skills that we will focus on in this class will certainly help students in their other classes, especially English, so pay attention, engage in class discussions, ask questions and do their best!
|NW Gr.7/8 English teacher: Mr. Jim Poirier||My name is Jim Poirier. I am very excited for the opportunity to help your children expand and grow as learners and writers. I have been teaching at the junior and senior high levels for the past 17 years, with 7 of those years spent in Japan and Taiwan. For the past 9 years, I have been teaching at Foundations for the Future Charter Academy where I have served both as grade level and English Department coordinators. I have a Bachelor of Education degree from Nipissing University in Ontario, and a Masters of Education degree in Curriculum Design from the University of Toronto. I have been published as a writer and conducted reading and writing seminars at some of the foremost educational conferences throughout North America. I have a passion for writing and learning that I hope to impart to my students.||10-12年级英文阅读、写作提高班教师:
|Ms. Hunnisett is an experienced English teacher. She is currently the High School English Curriculum Leader at Foundation for the Future Charter School (FFCA) and has been teaching English10-1, 20-1, and 30-1. Ms. Hunnisett has been an English Language Arts teacher since 1998 and her experience includes: Grade 8-Grade 13 (in Ontario), ELA 20AP Language and Composition (with FFCA), and IB Higher Level Diploma English (in Ontario). Ms. Hunnisett's roles at FFCA - beyond her teaching of courses - are the following: Teacher Leader in Blog Writing, Teacher Coach/Mentor ,Lead member of the Learning Commons Committee for all of FFCA (from K-12), diploma preparation tutoring co-curricular for ELA 30-1 students, and English Department Rep Member of NCTE (National Council for Teachers of English).|
|NW Spanish teacher: Mr. Boris Reyes Naranjo||Mr. Naranjo studied in Havana, Cuba, four years at Enrique Jose Varona Higher Pedagogical Institute and three years at the University of Havana. Upon graduation, he was a translator/interpreter at the Cuban Mission to the United Nations. From 2010 to 2012 he was a Learning Support teacher at the International School of Havana, mainly specializing in teaching literacy to children with learning difficulties. Taught Spanish at Berlitz International School of Languages in Montreal, Canada. Currently works as a substitute Spanish teacher with the Calgary Board of Education.|
|Mrs. Maria Moreno is a native Spanish speaker. Born and raised in Colombia, South America; went to school in her country and holds a law diploma and a masters in finances. She moved to Canada in 2005 and studied English with Academic Purposes at Bow Valley College in Calgary. As well, she is Certified in Contract Management at Mount Royal University.
She has been interested in languages for years and has taught Spanish to executives in Colombia. She has served as an English – Spanish interpreter at the Immigrant Service of Canada in Calgary and has volunteered in the Spanish Group at Saint Gerard Church. She has taught Spanish to adults and youth here in Canada. Currently involved as the Spanish teacher at Yu Feng Chinese School in Calgary since September 2015.
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