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A Learning Community that Empowers Students to Achieve their Academic and Life Potential.

  • 4th Grade EIP
Certifications & Educations:
  • Cornerstone Institute (South Africa) | PGCE (Intermediate Phase)
  • Nelson Mandela University (South Africa) | B-Tech in Nature Conservation
  • English Access (South Africa) | TEFL Certification
Teaching Experience:
  • 5 years of teaching experience
  • Korea

Ms. Rossi brings a wealth of diverse educational experience to her role as an educator. She holds a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) for the Intermediate Phase from Cornerstone Institute, South Africa, along with a B-Tech degree in Nature Conservation from Nelson Mandela University, also in South Africa. Additionally, she obtained a Teach English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) certification with 120 hours of in-class training from English Access, South Africa.


Her teaching journey spans various settings, reflecting her versatile expertise. For five and a half years, she served as a Native English Teacher in the public school system in South Korea, teaching grades 3 to 6 across four different schools in Chungnam Province and Busan. She further contributed to education by instructing and training international undergraduate students in Ecology and Wildlife Management, focusing on Wildlife Research and Monitoring Techniques in South Africa.


Ms. Rossi believes in philosophy that is  anchored in a pragmatist philosophy with a progressive approach. She  believes that teaching and learning should be learner-centered, and encourage active engagement of learners which focuses on the whole child and not solely on outcomes, but rather on encouraging reflection, creativity, and critical thinking while also acknowledging that her learners are individuals who all have different talents, dreams, strengths, and passions. She, therefore, believes that her role as a teacher should be one of a facilitator and role model. As a facilitator of learning, she believes in guiding her learners in their learning, using modeling and guided practice to help construct  and develop their knowledge, taking them from the known to the unknown thus allowing them to make meaning and as such encouraging active learner participation. She strives to encourage this with the use of different instructional strategies such as scaffolding, small groups, cooperative learning, group problem-solving, and peer tutoring.

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