Why did I become a teacher?

“The reason you become a teacher is to see that one moment where you see the improvement that a student has made.”

What inspires me to keep teaching?

“You just have that moment, when you see it in the student’s eyes, that they’ve got it. That’s where my passion comes from.”

How do I teach?

“It's OK to make mistakes, because that's how you learn. If you're not making mistakes, you're not learning anything.”

Kenneth Archer
London, England

“People often say to me, ‘when are you happiest?’ I say, ‘when I’m teaching in the classroom.’”

Judy Calenda
Texas, USA

“One of the reasons I became a teacher is because I wanted to help children grow up to be something special. I want to help them stand out.”

Emily Cheng
Christchurch, New Zealand

“I believe teaching is for me, and that I will be teaching for the rest of my life.”

Sandy Chan
Levin, New Zealand

“The most memorable student I've ever had was a seventy-seven year old who knew next to no English... he's really inspired my philosophy on teaching.”

Greg Orton
Hoddesdon, England

“Being given a real life task, challenged to make mistakes… that way of learning means something tangible that you can take away.”

Jessica Brint
Ohio, USA

“They work really hard, so I work really hard. I work hard, and they work hard. So we can progress together.”

Lester Clark
Nevada, USA

“There’s a saying, to teach is to learn. And I definitely believe that. After every class, I come away with something new.”

Martin O’Connor
Liverpool, England

“One of my proudest moments in teaching was the first time I got the exam results back from students—and this was the first time any of them had passed.”

Melissa Simmons
North Carolina, USA

“I love to see the excitement on the children’s faces when they see their teacher. There’s such a light in them, a curiosity.”

Chi Fei Tang















我觉得英孚的环境真的能让中国的孩子speak out,开口说英语。