If I could teach my students only one thing, it would be that while us teachers at Yola can teach them valuable information and inspire them to achieve their dreams, experience is actually the best teacher, so they shouldn't be afraid to go out in the world and try new things, regardless of how intimidating these things may seem.
If I had only one thing to teach my students, it would be that their ideas and opinions are valued. If they go out into the working world with strong opinions and confidence in their ideas, they will undoubtedly be successful in whichever path life takes them on.
The importance of taking the responsibility for the changes you want to see in the world
YOLA would be my passion for life. When I've just graduated from Amherst College, that fascination arose in me when Ngo Thuy Ngoc Tu, Co-founder of the YOLA, asked me to teach at YOLA for students with their America dream. I didn't know if SAT was a good start in my career of teaching but I decided to try it out. After several times teaching at YOLA and then received lots of love and support from my students and colleagues, I decided to choose Education as my career path and teaching YOLA would help much. My dream of supporting students becomes a reality.
The one skill I would like my students to have is to frequently reflect on their progress. It is crucial that students are encouraged to take charge of their own learning, to be aware of their strengths and weaknesses. This will allow them to acquire other skills more effectively beyond their time at YOLA.
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Vietnamese students today are quite dependent on technology, especially computers, even in simple mathematical calculations. This makes them lazy in thinking. At YOLA, I teach my students to solve the math problems of the SAT easily without having to use a computer.
Learning to see things from other people's perspectives would be one thing I'd wish to teach students. In the world where conflicts occur due to misunderstandings and wars are bred due to intolerance, being able to see things differently allows students to live and work with others, especially those of different races or backgrounds, harmoniously and successfully.
If I could teach only one thing to my students, I would teach them about perseverance and that there’s nothing they can’t do if they really want to. Many students are often more aware of their limitations than their potential, but I would tell them that everyone is greater than they think they are, and they are all capable of anything they set their minds to. So all they need is to believe in themselves, work hard and make it happen.
Motivation and self-studying skills seem to be two vital elements that most students lack in their process of English language. At YOLA, I do believe that students' potential can be realized in order that they are be able to cope with the demands of higher educational programmes.
Kindness. Without kindness, knowledge only puffs up; it cannot build up a person.
During in YOLA class, I always share with them the interesting issues I encountered while studying, living, and working abroad. In each case, I advise them to keep a positive attitude and a keen spirit of learning. I hope you understand that in this big world, there are many ways of looking at a thing, and all of these views are true in a certain aspect. Being able to see a multidimensional problem will help them to be more active and confident in every situation, and to help them stay bold in the age of globalization.