When I was a university student, I did volunteer work in Cambodia and Thailand. I taught children Korean and Art. After my return, I continued teaching children as a volunteer. I became a teacher and for seven and a half years, I taught children who ranged in age from 3-13. I especially enjoyed teaching the little ones. They learn and grow so quickly and I am happy to see them every day and be a part of their lives.
I earned a Bachelor’s degree in food and nutrition in 2006 at Sungshin Women’s University in Seoul, Korea. I have always been interested in learning about children. In college I took courses such as: Parent Training Program, Development and Education of Young Children, Introduction to Business related to Young Children and Nutrition for Growth and Development.
I live in Levittown, PA. I am originally from South Korea. I met my husband in Korea when he was doing his military service. We moved to his hometown and I am glad to be here with him. We try to go and tour around Pennsylvania whenever we have the opportunity. I like to listen to music, sing, be outdoors, cook, walk my dog, and spend time with family!
Hi! My name is Miss Ashley and I am very excited to be a teacher in the Twaddler classroom at Children Central as of October, 2018. I am currently a student at Bucks County Community College majoring in Psychology. I plan to transfer to a four year university after I graduate, so that I can pursue a degree in Early Childhood Education.
I describe myself as a student who works extremely hard and has a strong motivation to achieve my academic goals. I am a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success. I was invited to join the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society in the fall of 2014. I am also a mentor for incoming freshman students. I provide advice on how to be a successful college student and answer any questions they may have along the way. I have a passion for helping kids in need and teaching children life-long lessons that they will use now and for the future.
I previously was a Pre-K Assistant Teacher. I would supervise the children and assist during lessons. I made sure that the children were on track to learn their lessons and provided help whenever needed.
I also worked at a child care center where I taught drama to one to four year olds. I would assist my students in exploring their creativity and building interpersonal skills through classroom activities and theater production. I would create plays or small skits for each class, as I enjoyed seeing how the children pretended to be some of their favorite characters. I was so proud when some of the shyest kids became more comfortable speaking in front of their classmates by reciting poems and acting them out.
Ever since I was a little child, I have always wanted to become a teacher. I love children and have a passion for helping kids thrive. I find teaching very rewarding. I love how children get so excited when they learn new things and accomplish daily tasks.
I am looking forward to getting to know all of the Twaddler families. I cannot wait to start teaching your children and preparing them for the Preschool class!
Hello, I am Miss Bonnie. I am very excited to have become a part of the Children Central family and look forward to meeting your family!
I joined Children Central in November, 2018 as a Twaddler Room teacher. I attended the University of Tampa, where I earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Education and a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in English, with minors in both writing and history. I also have a technical writing degree and write stories for children and teens that I hope to one day publish as novels.
I cannot wait to teach your children and help prepare them for the Preschool class. Twaddlers are such a great age and full of love, energy, and excitement! I am looking forward to making learning fun for your child. In addition to my love for reading and doing crafts with the class, I also plan to teach fundamental life skills and engage each child socially, as we have our fun ‘learning conversations’ throughout the day!
For several years, I worked locally at Barnes and Noble and was a Children's Bookseller. I have hosted many story times, crafts, and activities for my young friends and recommended wonderful children's books. I am always happy to chat about books and make a recommendation for your Twaddler child and older siblings!
I was born right here in Langhorne, PA. and am an alumnus of Neshaminy High School. After college, I taught English as a Second Language at two elementary schools and one junior high school in Nagasaki, Japan for two years. It was an incredible experience. I frequently miss my students, the people I met, and the culture of the country and would love to return for a visit in the future.
In my free time, I love to read, travel, play with my 4-year-old niece, and listen to Broadway music or catch a live show.
I have always enjoyed working with children. I am so excited to take part in your child's life and teach the skills they will need to excel in preschool and beyond. Feel free to come to me anytime with questions!