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Kelley hails from Buford, Georgia. She attended a local university for undergraduate, majoring in English and Creative Writing. After graduating in 2010, she moved to Seoul, South Korea where she taught English as a Second Language to 3rd - 6th grade students. While there, she began private English lessons with high school students, business professionals, and North Korean refugees of all ages. Discovering a passion for sharing English with non-native speakers, she decided to combine her love of language and literature with the deep interpersonal connections that education provides. Upon returning to the States, she enrolled in a Masters Program at a lcoal university focusing on Secondary English Education. Since graduating, she has taught 8th grade English Language Arts, 10th grade World Literature and AP English at one of the top Private Schools in Atlanta. She is also the lead teacher for the school's drama club. Kelley is especially good at motivating students in studying English and students like her a lot.
Dr. Rong Liu
Dr. Rong Liu is Associate Professor of English in a college in metro Atlanta area. Dr. Liu has served as the Coordinator and Chair for his discipline. He is a recipient of Top Claw Award, a distinctive teaching honor in the college where he teaches. He is a language teacher with more than 20 years of college teaching experience at several colleges, both in China and in the US. He currently teaches English and Chinese language courses in a local college. He received his PhD in Second Language Acquisition and Teaching from the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona. He is interested in using technology to enhance second language learning. He believes in teaching and learning as a “whole person.” He encourages active discussion, inventive writing, and critical reading through creative assignments and intellectual challenge.
Member of the national team for China's first International Olympic Mathematical Competition (IMO). He graduated from the Department of Mathematics of Peking University with a Ph.D. in mathematics from Pennsylvania State University. He has taught at the University of California, Irvine and Los Angeles, and has held senior positions in American high-tech companies. Over the years, he has advocated and promoted engaging mathematics education, logical reasoning training, Olympiad-type mathematics and scientific research based on subject research in the United States, and participated in the propositional judging committee of many mathematical science competitions in the United States. Dr. Wang Feng’s educational philosophy is to maximize the protection of children’s interests. Professor Wang also claims that "without sustained interest as a basis, there is no way to improve performance and increase in ability, because what we want is the long-term development of stuts. They are mutually reinforcing relationships. Interested, willidents. Therefore, you cannot reverse your interests and achievemenng to think, make progress, and have more confidence. This is a benign and progressive process. The more you like to learn, the more you learn, so you can solve more problems and feel the joy of solving puzzles. Just as anglers enjoy the fun of fish, they must stop to continue."
Mr.Li graduated from the Department of Computer Science of Shanghai Jiaotong University and obtained a master's degree. After graduating, he worked at Xiamen University, mainly engaged in the design and development of computer software. He has participated in bilingual teaching in advanced mathematics and engineering mathematics. He has lectured on high-frequency electronic circuits, digital image processing, communication principles, data structures, compiler principles, C language, VC++, C#, Java, microcomputer principles, microcontroller principles, Linux operating systems, linear algebra, etc.
Dr. Zhang (Jeremy Zhang, PhD) is currently working for j2 Global, a Nasdaq-listed company, responsible for strategy, mergers and acquisitions, and product management. His team spans North America, Europe, and Oceania in eleven countries, providing data security services to more than one million business and individual users. Dr. Zhang graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a major in Computer Science. He has worked at Bell Labs, McKinsey, and Iron Mountain, an S&P 500 index company. He has more than a decade of experience as a professional manager in the US workplace and has a deep understanding of corporate strategy and leadership training. Dr. Zhang loves youth education and hopes to cultivate outstanding leaders of the second generation of China through the joint efforts of the Shihui team. He is responsible for course construction at SHMD Academy. He is good at applying mathematics education and provides support for Shihui Mingdao students in mathematics competition, robotics, software development and other expansion projects.
Graduated from Hebei Shifan University and Pepperdine University. She was the principal of ACCCN Chinese School. She has rich teaching experience and is the principal of SHMD and a Chinese teacher. Currently working in finance at Georgia Tech
Warren Wen (JD) Studied at Wuhan University School of Law (Bachelor of Law), as well as University of Washington, USA (JD). During his more than 20 years of lawyer career, Wen Yong worked for the world's and leading US law firms, for international Trade, international investment and immigration have extensive experience. Professor Wen is good at language education. Coupled with his many years of study abroad experience, Wen has accumulated a lot of bilingual learning methods and practical application tricks. He often walks into the classroom to share the experience with the children and help them enhance their confidence in learning.
Graduated from the University of International Business and Economics. He has been engaged in international trade for many years and is keen on teaching Chinese as a foreign language. He has unique experience and rich experience that other teachers cannot match.
Coach Dmitri served as the Belarusian national team coach, assistant coach of Stanford University and junior national team coach in Taiwan, producing amazing fencers in both the collegiate and international level. In addition, Coach Dmitri served as an assistant coach to Ohio State, helping the Ohio State fencing team earn back-to-back 2nd place finishes in the NCAA National Championships. Coach Dmitri’s family is heavily involved in the international fencing community, producing some legends of the sport. Dmitri’s father, Vladimir, was a world champion and his uncle, Alexander, is considered one of the greatest foil fencers of all time. In addition to his coaching at Epic Fencing Club of Atlanta, Dmitri is also the head coach of Savannah College of Art and Design, coaching four international fencers. Recently, one of his students, Maria, has achieved a top 16 finish in Div 1 Women’s Foil in the October North American Cup.
Coach Ortega was the coach of the Venezuelan national team. He was trained at the Institute of Sports and Physical Education in Paris, France, one of the premier fencing programs in the world. In addition, Coach Ortega is one of the few Maestros in the Southeast USA. After coaching the Venezuelan national team for 10 years, Ortega relocated to the U.S in 1996, coaching the junior national team for four years.Coach Ortega’s passion for fencing makes him one of the best coaches in the country, producing competitive fencers with remarkable results. These fencers continue to make their mark in regional, national, and international tournaments.
Coach Eric earned a bronze medal in Cadet in a North American Cup and was the the number one college fencer in Southeast U.S from 2007 – 2011.In addition to his remarkable results, Coach Eric has also been coached by internationally renowned coaches. He was coached by Maestro Amgad Khazbeck, former Egyption National Coach and as of 2018, U.S Women Foil National Coach, and Coach Guo Ying, former Chinese national head coach.
Born in Beijing, China on October 7, 1942. Researcher for China Central Institute of Educational Science, member of the State Education Commission, a senior member of the National Education Commission, director of the Educational Research Association of the Chinese Society of Education, and secretary-general of the Chinese Character Culture Education Research Center. He has been involved in basic theoretical research, educational experimental research, basic education curriculum teaching research and Chinese language and writing education curriculum research. He has engaged in mathematics education in middle schools, teaching in the middle school of the Capital Normal University, a well-known key middle school, proficient in mathematics education in middle school, proficient in algebra, plane geometry, solid geometry, analytic geometry, and preliminary teaching of calculus. He has published more than ten articles (parts); he wrote the first "Family Education for Middle School Students" in China; engaged in educational reform and experimental research, and co-authored "Experimental Methods of Practical Education." Engaged in teaching theory research, edited "Speaking Lessons" and "Teaching Reform of Basic Education in China"; engaged in curriculum theory research, edited "Study on General High School Curriculum Planning Problems", monographed "Course Reform Research and Experiment"; engaged in subject education research, He is the editor of "The Reform of Teaching Methods in the New Era" and "Scientific Research on Literacy Education in Modern Primary Schools"; he is also the editor-in-chief of "Course Research" magazine and "Teaching Research Journal" and is engaged in the study of "Course Experiments".