Our teaching staff graduated from top universities around the world, including:

E2 teachers were top students themselves, but even so, academic credentials are only minimum requirements.  In fact, we hire less than 10% of teaching applicants. We have hand-picked our teaching staff through a rigorous, multi-stage recruitment process that includes testing of subject matter expertise, delivery of sample lectures, and behavioral testing for cultural fit.

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SABRINA DEVITT

Senior Manager, Academic Projects

“The teacher is the facilitator of learning – not the dictator. To this effect, my classrooms are places for active inquiry, communicative learning and critical thinking. By providing learners the tools they need to reach their goals, and enabling them to be independent, intrinsically motivated individuals, the teacher best fulfills this facilitator role.”

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English

ABIGAIL LAUREL

English Teacher

“”I am a better person when I have less on my plate.” – Elizabeth Gilbert.
This saying resonates with me because of its hunger for balance. It is a reminder not to take things too seriously, to take things in stride, and yet to always have something delicious to nibble on (this is definitely a personal reading of it!), whether it be a book, to work on a project, or to learn something new. It’s to keep my curiosities focused, and yet at bay, which I find is very important in the field of teaching, and being a student of life.”

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CHAU BUI

 English Teacher

“Teaching knowledge is part of the job, but the ultimate mission is to guide the students, first, to discover their own potential,
then, to continue to explore knowledge. Learning is a long journey for all, and I teach my students how to learn through respect, hopes, and joy. At the end of the day, a teacher doesn’t know it all; she knows how to learn it all.”

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English

GINNY NGUYEN

 Math Teacher

“Never thought that teaching becomes an indispensable part of my life. I believe that Math is not as a boring and cold subject as many people thought. In E2, what I have learnt is that Math is not about dealing with numbers but the most critical part is
understanding how math can be applied in real life and how to let students to be critical in dealing with math problems.”

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Math

JAY DIENN

Math Teacher

“I am a firm believer in self-discovery as the best tool to mastering an idea. In order to facilitate this, I like to present students with challenges and ask questions designed to make them think in depth about a problem. This kind of learning grants the learner a greater amount of satisfaction and results in a more insightful understanding of a concept.”

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Math

LINDA LOOISE

Math Teacher

“I want my students to enjoy Math and let them experience how Math is used everywhere in our daily lives. I believe that mastering Math contributes to the student’s problem solving skills. This is the reason why I don’t always follow Math textbooks chapter by chapter, but work with online math games and use many different toys, tools and ways to find answers to Math problems. I focus on teaching the reasoning behind Math formulas and only continue when the student masters the topic. My motto is solving Math problems should become a habit as simple as ‘brushing your teeth’.”

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Math

HANH NGUYEN

English Teacher

“As an instructor of composition courses, my goal is to motivate students to be passionate in lifelong learning. They are inspired to seek for continuous improvement. Therefore, all the challenges they meet during studying are seen as opportunities for their development.”

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English

OANH TRAN

Math Teacher

“Teaching doesn’t mean to provide students the answers of any questions; it is the way in which teachers accompany with students by giving them the guidance, inspiration and motivation. My goal as a teacher is to help students enjoy learning, figure out the lessons themselves and explore their potentials. Besides, after leaving the classroom, students will be more confident and passionate to follow their way leading to success.”

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Math

QUYEN NGUYEN

Math Teacher

“To inspire students to utilize their own untapped skills and potential to succeed in their endeavors and aspirations, I strive to build a relationship with my students where they are confident asking questions and compelled to want more from themselves and me. Once a student has taken their academic development into their own hands, they are in a great position for success.”

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Math

THANH VU

Math & Science Teacher

“As a teacher, I want to be the one who ignites the desire for learning inside each students, the one who gives them support on their long roads of achieving knowledge. In the end, I hope the students can find joy and fun along their roads as I have been.”

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Math

TRANG VU

Math Teacher

“A successful teacher is one who can instill the passion for learning.”

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Math

TIM ODELL

Academic Manager

“Classes should be fun as well as educational. The goal of every class is not just about the content knowledge, but also the life skills – relating whatever they are learnt and applying it to everyday events.”

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Tutoring

AKSHAY SHARMA

Math and Science Teacher

“I have always learned Math and Science the practical way. This instills in my methodology for teaching. Teach by real life
examples and scenarios. Therefore, my pedagogical strategies include an amalgam of facts, hands on experience, storytelling to lay a strong foundation of conceptual understanding and all round growth.”

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Math

DANIEL BYER

 English Teacher

“I believe that students acquire language and communication skills in many ways and the most effective method of teaching combines various strategies to meet students’ specific strengths and needs. I teach rules and conventions while building confidence, encouraging students to experiment with language and introducing them to ideas that inspire me.”

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English

HIEN NGO

 Math Teacher

“My aim is to encourage students to take initiatives of their learning. Being able to think and do in their own ways, students will feel more comfortable and adaptable to new materials, resulting in a deeper understanding and better performance. As long as the students feel confident about their capacities, I believe they won’t hesitate to strive for further excellence.”

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JERICH ABON

English Teacher

“My teaching philosophy is to learn with a beginner’s mind. When we look at the world with a beginner’s eye, we are more curious and open to try new experiences. This is not to say that we don’t learn from past mistakes, but rather we are mindful of them while retaining that beginner’s inquisitiveness. After all, “In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities, but in the expert’s there are few.” – Shunryu Suzuki.

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English

LINH NGUYEN

English Teacher

“The worst thing that a teacher can do is to say: “You will never be able to do this,” because every single kid has his or her own strength and potential, and it is the teachers’ duty and privilege to see these in their  students and enable them to surpass all expectations through whole-hearted encouragement and gentle guidance.”

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English

NGUYET DOAN

Math & Science Teacher

“As a teacher, I aim to perpetuate knowledge and inspire learning. More specifically, I introduce students to challenging but interesting math world and not only ask them to solve problems but also teach them how to think critically. To this end, I seek a balance in my courses between lecturing to students and asking them to make their own discoveries.”

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Math

OPHIR BURTON

English Teacher

“Education is one of the most important rights in our lives, and as a teacher, there is a responsibility in how this education is delivered. Coming from a performing arts background, I pride myself on leading students through creative, multi-faceted sessions, designed so as they are the Sherlock Holmes of their own education. By encouraging my students to explore and unearth both the questions and answers for themselves, I feel my students can take ownership and responsibility of their education.”

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English

THAO LE

English Teacher

“My way of teaching English is positive and encouraging. I love making all of lessons with an enjoyable, inspiring and challenging environment. In my classroom, I strive for an atmosphere where students use English confidently and actively without the fear of making mistakes. Furthermore, English is my second language and my personal learning experience helps me to anticipate most of the problem areas, so I can support my students effectively.”

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English

TRUNG PHAM

English Teacher

“To me, teaching is about taking on a journey of knowledge together. And during that journey, the student should be in the driver seat as many times as possible. In my class, instead of sitting at one place and trying to perceive what is being presented, students can move around, build the lessons alongside the teacher and participate in different activities to fortify what they have just learned. They are also to be guided and inspired to find the right questions, which is an important skill that will help with any other learning experience that they might have at school or in life.”

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English

DUONG NGUYEN

 Math Teacher

“My goal as an educator is to make the process of learning gratifying, interesting, and helpful to the students. I also believe that the ability to self-study is the most crucial skill that the students need to attain in order to internalize learning and turn it into a lifelong passion. By guiding the students to achieve one small win at a time, I hope to build up their confidence and ignite the passion for knowledge acquisition in general.”

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Math

HIEU NGUYEN (LEO)

Test-prep Teacher

“I see test preparation more  than just score improvement. It is a process of academic review, self-awareness of strengths and weaknesses, identification of solutions and active execution. The process requires students to walk through rigorous steps. In this way, test prep teachers serve more like coaches and their final products with students are not only significant score increase but also students’ character development.”

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Math

LAN NGUYEN

Math Teacher

“I believe teaching is not only about delivering knowledge but also creating motivation to learn. My goal as a math teacher is to make math relevant to real life by integrating hands-on activities in every unit in order to make children active learners, to let them see how beautiful math is and how they can apply math in their daily lives.”

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Math

NINH PHAM

Math & Science Teacher

“It’s fun and enjoyable to see students learn every day in my class.”

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Math

OANH NGUYEN

Math Teacher

“There is a statement by Barack Obama that “What do teachers do? They give students their all – their knowledge, their creativity, their focused attention and their love”. All these things are what teachers can do for their students. In my opinion, A good teacher can inspire hope, ignite the imagination, and instill a love of learning. I endeavor to teach students about mathematics through teaching them how to think instead of what to think, encouraging lifelong learning and sharing my enthusiasm for learning.”

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Math

COLIN MARETSKY

 English Teacher

“Learning must be goal-oriented, and it must be fun. The student who wants to learn, and who sees the use in learning, is the student who learns well.”

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English

PANG TRAN

Math Teacher

“I believe that Teachers are the guiders and facilitators, not transfers, of knowledge. My goal as a Math teacher is to motivate students to actively examine, extend their thinking and thus maximize their learning. By understand the insight of students’ obstacles to learning, especially in Math, I aim to make Math interesting,  make Math possible and make Math relevant to my students, thus motivating and engaging them with excitement and belief that Math is fun and easy to handle, by not telling students what to do, but instead to show them HOW to do it and WHY should they do it.”

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Math

THU TRUONG

English Teacher

“As a teacher, I see my job, first and foremost, as a guide who helps students find their own ways, step by step, to the truth. I also try to instill growth mindset in my students and cultivate their compassion for others, with the hope of shaping them as holistic, fully human, and resilient people.”

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English

VINH NGUYEN

Math Teacher

“Real education consists in drawing the best out of yourself!” – Mahatma Gandhi

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Math

YEN NGUYEN

Math & Science Teacher

“Educating the mind without educating the heart is not education at all.”- Aristole.
This quote shapes my teaching philosophy. My goal as a teacher is not only to deliver knowledge but also to inlet in my students the passion for learning, with which they will be able to make their own adventure into the thrilling and magnificent world of science.”

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Math