|▲ Jenny Kim, Director of Billion Kid|
Move & Play & Learn!
It is not too much to emphasize the importance of English capability in this global age. Whether it is about academic performance or business, this globally recognized language is a must-achieved in order to secure the best seat possible at your place; and the earlier your children start the better. For many school parents, however, it always has been a headache to find a right institute since there are tons of them in Korea. If you think you are sharing the same headache, pay attention to Billion Kid. What makes it unique is at its art-combined training contents called MPL: Move & Play & Learn. “MPL naturally encourages children to actively take part in phonics, subject-based and art-oriented English learning experience. The materials used at Billion Kid are very creative as you might be hinted by the word ‘art-combined’ and I’ve observed children raise their English capability at a significant level month by month” explains Jenny Kim, Director of Billion Kid.
Participatory programs maximize learning performance!
Kim majored in English literature, obtained a TESOL certificate at Canada and finished a master’s degree in English education. She then built her extensive knowledge and knowhow in English teaching for the next 10 years by proactively engaging in language institutes, kindergartens, lectures, and contents development. “MPL is the result of my 10 year experience in the field. I felt confident what to teach and how to teach with what materials; and I can say that Billion Kid was established on this firm foundation.” In fact, Kim is a very talented business woman who secured her place at the Young Startup Promotion run by the Busan Startup Support Center which was a great help to launch her own business at the initial stage and she now is working closely in partnership with the Busan Sasang Woman Resources Development Center to promote study rooms, academies and startup support in the region. As an ambitious young entrepreneur, Kim said that she would expand her business scope to Korean and math and launch a visit-and-teach program from next year. If you are interested in joining this growing education business, you are recommended to pay a visit to one of its 10 branches currently run in Busan (headquarters), Daegu, Changwon, Jinju, Asan and Namyangju.
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