Đội ngũ giảng viên ATEN
My name is Danny. I’ve been a teacher for 6 years. Now I work as a teacher in Aten English center. I really enjoy teaching pronunciation and communication. I want to spend my time and energy to help my students. I like the way they improve day by day. My favorite quote is “practice makes perfect”.
Hi all, I’m Hillary, a former student at Foreign Language Specializing High School in Hanoi. I used to major in Mathematics but Westlife and Hollywood movies have brought me the passion for English. After spending 7 years in the USA, I had extremely valuable lessons in improving the language I’m passionate about.
It is better to taste the hardship of education than to taste the bitterness of ignorance”, is my life motto since I stepped into the world of teaching. This particular line has been motivating me in my field of teaching and in learning life as a whole. Science, particularly Physics, and English have had a great impact in my life and I have been sharing my knowledge for almost a decade now.
Hi! My name is Felix, I am 33 years old and I was born in California but grew up in Hamburg, Germany! I am Living since almost 5 years in Hanoi and started to work for Aten in August 2013. My hobbies are traveling, sports, music and reading books! I love Vietnam, its culture, history, food and lifestyle! I like to teach English because it gives me the opportunity to work and interact with young people and share knowledge, ideas and experiences. Greetz
What is the best thing about life? Language. There is nothing more satisfying than speaking with someone as far as halfway across the world in their language. The strange, foreign sounds that you make to bring joy, happiness, affection and love to a stranger; the whole new world that you can discover by opening up your mind and soul. Language can bring miracles. But it only matters when you can use it the right way.
Hi, I’m Heidi from Ho Chi Minh. To me, teaching is not only guiding but also the art of changing the mind. Therefore, I took a lot of courses of teaching and even learning English to find out the best way to teach English, to help students.
Hi, my name is Julie. I was born in Ha Tinh – one of the poorest provinces in Vietnam. When I was a child, I didn’t learn English. I mean, English was just a subject in school to me at that time. I was passionate about Physical, not English.
My name is Andy. I’m 32 years old. I have 5 years of experience teaching students of all ages. I’m working in Vietnam since 2 years. I believe that a positive and fun atmosphere is important. Students are called upon to discuss questions, but mistakes are treated as opportunities to explore misconceptions, not as a reflection of a student’s abilities.
Barry McCarthy worked in the Retail Industry in Australia from 1971 through to 2013
He commenced as a Junior Sales Assistant working his way up to Retail and or Aread Manager for some of Australia’s leading corporate retailersForm 2002 until 2013 he was the Aust/N.Z National Loss Prevention Coordinator for Australia’s Electrical Retailer ‘The Good Guys’ conducting loss prevention/security & OS&S training for companies 3500 staff
“Hi, my name is Annie from HCMC. I´m a teacher at Aten Center and my journey to teach English here is very simple: from the passion of sharing. I love to share all I know about English with anyone that has Love-Patience & Effort to learn this lovely language. Nice to feel that you are reading some lines of mine here.^^ My story about starting learning English is quite simple, too. I’m a big fan of US-UK movies and songs.
“Hi all, I am Fiona. I come from Vung Tau city, but now I live and work in Ho Chi Minh city. For me, it’s a great opportunity to be a teacher of Aten, a colleague of devoted predecessors like Vicky, Celine, Heidi, Rachel, etc. I used to be very bad at English; especially Speaking and Listening, which made me lose all motivation to learn English. I realized that Language is a means of communication, it helps us achieve the ultimate goals.