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University of Yangon (Industrial Chemistry)
University of Yangon (Master's)
Institute of foreign languages, Yangon (Other)
Hi potential students! Teaching is my passion and I have been always successful in my teaching career helping students with encouragement for their bright future utilizing my teaching skills with loving and kind attitude towards students.
I have a M.S. in Industrial Chemistry and a diploma in Japanese language.
I worked as a University Lecturer in the chemistry department, industrial chemistry department, and chemical technologies department in the University of Yangon, Myanmar from 1977 to 1987.
I worked as a private home tutor in Singapore(1992-1993) for G.C.E chemistry for high school students and for elementary subjects to help elementary students with their homework and with continuously improving grades.
I worked as a private home tutor for elementary students of International School in Bangkok, Thailand from 1993-1995.
I received a certificate of "TESOL-Teaching English to speakers of other languages" in Bangkok. I also worked as a part time instructor in ECC Thailand teaching ESL. I worked as a Business English teacher in Hotel Management School and St. John's College in Bangkok while I was staying there before I came to U.S. in 1996.
I currently work as a QA Analyst in a worldwide pharmaceutical company. Hi potential students! Teaching is my passion and I have been always successful in my teaching career helping students with encouragement for their bright future utilizing my teaching skills with loving and kind attitude towards students.
I have a M.S. in Industrial Chemistry
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