I am Rowelyn L. Odod, a graduate of Doctor of Philosophy in Development Research Administration in one of the universities in the Philippines last April 2016. At the same university, I graduated with my Master of Arts in Science Teaching major in Biology. I worked as an educator for 15 years. I spent my first 2 years teaching elementary pupils (had an international teaching experience such as taught Korean students for months) and 13 years in secondary level. I’ve had a background in teaching Sciences (General Science, Biology, Chemistry and Physics for more than 10 years), Math, Social Sciences, Human Philosophy, Statistics and Practical Research (for 3 years).
Currently, I’m teaching at St. Mary’s School, handling Math and Sciences subjects ( Financial Math, Precalculus, Biology, Chemistry and Physics). Aside from teaching, I am also into Research and Statistics. I had conducted social researches and action research. I was a Master Teacher I in our country before I came here.
It was my biggest desire to teach outside my country to experience cultural and anthropological diversity. Having diverse students post a great challenge on me. The working environment, the culture, the place and the people especially the students attracted me most here in China.
Further, I love reading books and going to different places with my family. I’d love to explore more of the place, learn more from the experience and understand the peculiarity of the culture. My favorite quote is from Henry Adams “A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops.”