Greetings! My name is Christian Alexander Richmond. I am a teacher of over nine years now, 15 if you include my self-defense teaching experience. My resumé includes teaching students of all ages at various colleges and schools throughout America and Japan. originally from California and have moved to Tōkyō from Okinawa, where I not only taught at various institutions, but I also modeled, instructed American Tae Kwon Do, Salsa, Merengue, and helped others in their fitness journeys. that is exactly why I have put myself in a position to successfully learn and then teach all kinds of subjects to my students.
I enjoy to create art, write, learn about Japanese history, read scientific and technological advancement articles, exercise, meet new people, do Latin dancing, go to karaoke, play taiko, explore, I like to help people, etcetera.
Creating art, writing, learning Japanese history, reading articles about scientific and technological progress, exercising, meeting new people, Latin dance, karaoke, Japanese drums, exploring, exploring people to help, and so on.
English Teacher・English teacher -
❀Saginomiya High School
❀Oizumi High School
❀Oizumi Junior High School
❀English Room Ichinoe
❀American Engineering Corporation
Diversifying content in every lesson, while maintaining a semblance of normalcy and spontaneously injecting material can be crucial for comfort, laughter, and intrigue to manifest. I believe inspiration lights up when lessons are reactive. Adapt, improvise, and overcome is my motto that has experienced many successes in classes, creating a positive rapport between my students and me. My academic accolades and preference to learn an array of subjects in diverse fields bolster my mental curiosities and more effectively help others learn with ample examples across many areas and in various manners. Teaching the same points, but with a historical flair, scientific tinge, literary style, business-esque vibe, and street light, among other things, is my specialty. And the doctrine of my class is: making mistakes is completely fine and necessary: the best have triumphed over their many missteps in the learning process. Encouraging students to discover and grow from these stumbles is essential.
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