Angela began her journey to become a teacher in 2012 at the New York Institute of Technology. She then received her Master in Early Childhood Education from Teachers College, Columbia University. Regarded as one of the world’s top universities in education, Columbia provided her a platform to interact with and learn from well-renowned professors in the field. In addition to the formal education, she had the opportunity to hone her teaching skills by working together with experienced teachers at various private and public schools in New York City.
While her studies were mainly focused on child development, curriculum design, and teaching strategies, Teachers College instilled in her the belief that social justice should be at the core of every classroom. Having experienced these values first-hand, she felt compelled to return to Yangon to open a progressive type of school, where every child is respected for who they are and equipped with the right tools to succeed in life.
Le Wai Shin is an experienced teacher, having worked as a kindergarten teacher since 2009. She is well-equipped with the necessary knowledge and techniques to support the development of children in all areas. She loves being a teacher and is passionate about working with children.
Ei Ei Phyo found her passion when she began working as a preschool teacher in 2008. Her experience in early childhood extends beyond the classroom for she has also worked as a trainer for teachers of young learners over the years. Her goal is to help children grow socially, emotionally, physically, and cognitively.
Nayri Lin has taken various roles in the education sector over the past 12 years. With over 4 years of experience as an early childhood educator, she aims to improve the standard of education in Myanmar. She is passionate about teaching.