"I enjoy spending time with children. They are all special and I am honored to take part in their precious childhood development."
Ms. Chiemi graduated from college in California with a degree in Early Childhood Education. While attending college, she worked at the Child Development Center for a school accredited by the NAEYC (National Association for the Education of Young Children). After moving back to Japan, she has spent her time working with children at International Schools.
"Working with young children brings me joy. Watching children explore and learn in an environment that helps to develop their skills needed for success is rewarding. It is my passion to provide those needs to my students."
Ms. Elizabeth graduated for Northeastern Illinois University with a degree in Elementary Education and English Language Teaching. She taught at an elementary school in Chicago for six years.
"Working with young children is absolutely my passion! They are full of potential. I am always amazed how much they can learn and how much they can teach us every day. I enjoy creating lessons and an environment that can nurture and maximize each child's uniqueness, potential, and compassion to the world around them. I believe that children learn the most when they are having fun."
Ms. Fumi graduated from Point Loma Nazarene University in CA with a degree in Child Development. She worked as a preschool and kindergarten teacher for seven years in San Diego prior to joining Seta!
"My passion is to teach and work with young children. I enjoy watching them grow and develop as they learn about the world around them. I want to teach them to love learning. Learning and teaching should happen in a playful and inspiring way. I consider each child's individual needs, so that they enjoy what they learn and experience. I want to create an environment in which each child can be themselves."
Ms. Jennifer comes from Germany, where she received her degree in Early Childhood Education and gathered experiences in working with children of different ages and cultures.
"I became a teacher because of Maria Montessori. Her philosophy in educating children helped form my own teaching style and learning principles. It has immensely influenced the way I relate with kids on and off campus."
Ms. Michelle earned a Master's degree in Education from the Philippines. She has taught in Kindergarten, Elementary and Junior High School levels.