Student Life



Meet the Coaches & Instructors

Kawin Watanasuchat
I am interested in teaching international students because I used to be a student in Satit Burapha School’s early IEP program during my middle school years. The program was perhaps not as good as many international schools at that time because it was very new, 

 

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Dr.Yos Vaneesorn
Waranya Chotejirakarn
Their enthusiasm and readiness to take what I would like to give and inspire them to keep me motivated and excited about teaching in an international environment.

I enjoy teaching clarinet in both Thai and English to effectively guide my students toward achieving their music learning goals.

Being an international school student myself, I find it easy to communicate with international students and am able to relate to other subjects and activities in the school.

Lester C. Esteban
​The challenge of communicating and speaking English is my number one issue — how to offer instructions and be sure students are able to understand me well.

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Non
It is a chance to open myself to different cultures. While I am teaching, I also learn a lot from interacting with the students from various countries and cultures. It helps me to understand more about the way each student thinks and learns.

I really enjoy teaching in an intercultural learning environment. The factor that motivates me most is seeing students from different backgrounds improve their musical and social skills, grow their appreciation for music, and foster friendships and teamwork.

International students are active learners, and it is a joy for me as a music teacher to be part of their learning. To help enrich their love for music is what I love to do. They have many musical opportunities to get involved and be part of it,

 

Dr.Siriporn Jinanarong
I have been teaching at ISB since 2009, and I love to work in a multinational environment and enjoy the cultural exchange with students and their families.

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Chayatorn (Boat) Methakultawat
Poom Hoisang
I always enjoy teaching international students because we can learn from one another and exchange our experiences.
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I have been teaching international students for the past four years as a private tutor. I think international students are really interesting and self-motivated.
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Peemanat (Benz) Kittimontreechai
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Namkang (Candy)Sanphakij
As a teacher in an international community, I also learn a lot by being exposed to different cultures. Each family has different ways of regarding music education, which broadens my perspective and makes me more able to interact with my students and their families.
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It is a chance to open myself to different cultures. While I am teaching, I also learn a lot from interacting with the students from various countries and cultures. It helps me to understand more about the way each student thinks and learns.
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Because I had an opportunity to improve my English from studying abroad, I enjoy working with students to help maintain my English. Also, when I was in the United States, I was able to meet and enjoy music with many friends from many countries,
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Non

Music itself motivates me in teaching. Since music is the universal language, working with international students exposes both me and my students to different ideas.
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It started when I was studying in graduate school and had the opportunity to teach international students. I enjoy experiencing and learning difference cultures and practicing English skills.
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International students are active learners, and it is a joy for me as a music teacher to be part of their learning. To help enrich their love for music is what I love to do. They have many opportunities to get involved and be a part of music,
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Plern

Motivating students can be a difficult task, but the rewards are more than worth it. International students are more excited to learn and participate and hail from many countries, cultures, and different family backgrounds. Some students are self-motivated,
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I look forward to meeting the international students and sharing about music, experiences, and culture. I always try to make activities fun and explore new songs to play. It makes me happy to work with them.
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Chanin (Nin) Thamrujikul
Thitapa Jirawattanaphan

 

I have a passion for music and teaching. I love to work with ISB students because it gives me many opportunities to instruct students from diverse backgrounds, music levels, styles, and cultures.
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As a Thai with experience working in a multicultural society, I am adaptable within the multicultural atmosphere of my students. I feel I have an understanding of the nature of my students and their skills, cognitive levels, and development stages. I am inspired by my students who are open, eager, and enthusiastic to learn and experiment
Wirote Srisunanrat
Students at ISB have a good attitude, an alertness to learning, and enjoy the music.
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Aradee (View) Iamsukulpanit
Wayoo
Being an international school student myself, I find it easy to communicate with international students and am able to relate to other subjects and activities in the school.
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Diversity is part of my inspiration, to stay fresh and keep learning.
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It’s wonderful to see my students grow and develop their talents. I’m always very happy to see them enjoy the music and gain confidence in playing the violin. I look forward to meeting and sharing knowledge with them.
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Athiya Sathapattanasuk
Chitipat Darapong

 

It is a challenge for me to work with students from different cultural backgrounds. I find that it is fascinating how everyone has their own characteristics, which I find exciting when meeting new students.
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Phetch

When I was in high school, I got a scholarship to be an exchange student in the US. I got to experience the multicultural environment and importantly developed my intercultural-communication skill. I have worked as a Voice Teacher for 5 years now.