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Scott Charles Meech M.E.T.

Kiyosu, Aichi, Japan


Key Strengths
Fifteen years of experience in a wide variety of Strong ability to build a rapport with students in
roles within the education industry a short amount of time.
Able to collaborate effectively with Passion for technology and finding novel ways to
management, colleagues, and subordinates. apply it in educational settings.
Highly organized, with superior problem-solving Knowledgeable about recent trends in
and analytical abilities. education, curriculum development, and
language learning
Master of Educational Technology (MET) January 2016 - December 2017
Completed ten graduate level courses in the field of
educational technology. The main focus of my research
The University of British Columbia was on how we can use technology to improve pedagogy
in foreign language learning settings.
Graduated with a 90% average.
Supplement Courses January 2015 - June 2015
Completed Psychology 310: Educational Psychology; and
Athabasca University Anthropology 354: Language and Culture; A+ in both
(For the purpose of building recent academic credentials
for Master's program applications)
TESOL Certificate November 2011 - February 2012
Focus: Teaching ESL; coursework focused on curriculum
OnTESOL design and lesson planning for teaching college-level
learners of English
Korean Language Certificate September 2004 - June 2006
Graduated Level 6 (highest) in Korean Language;
Yonsei University Graduation from this program certifies that the student is
proficiently fluent in Korean as to be able to attend and
understand university level courses.
Bachelor of Arts September 1995 - August 2000
University of Victoria Major: Psychology & Anthropology
Grade Point Average: 4.3
Assistant English Teacher May 2014 – Present
Nagoya Board of Education Responsible for teaching weekly conversation classes of
& 30 or more Junior High School students. Act as a cultural
Ocean Global Network ambassador at all times while on school property.
Nagoya, Japan Participate in extra-curricular activities, i.e. acting as
assistant coach to the basketball team.
English Instructor April 2014 – Present
Responsible for Business English instruction, preparing
Linguage Corporation TOEIC practice questions for students at various companies
Nagoya, Japan in and around Nagoya. Have worked teaching executives of
Tokai Rika, Anden, CDK, Sumitomo, and Toyota.
Korean/English Translation Instructor April 2009 – December 2013
Responsible for creating and updating the Korean-English
Pan Pacific College interpretation program/curriculum; conducting classes in
Vancouver, BC, Canada English and Korean as well as marking daily assignments
and weekly tests.
Admissions Executive January 2009 – March 2009
Responsible for sales and marketing campaigns to increase
student enrollment; Attend Career and Education Fairs to
Vancouver Premier College help increase our school’s brand name. Deal with all
Vancouver, BC, Canada aspects of a student’s admission to the College, and
ongoing career counseling.
Human Resource Manager and Teacher January 2006 - December 2008
Designed curriculum, recruited and interviewed
prospective employees; Liaised between upper
HB English School, HBtalking.com management and lower-level employees; Made monthly
Ilsan, South Korea time schedules for teachers, collected time cards and
computed salaries; Designed curriculum for Internet-based
teaching system.
English Teacher January 2005 – December 2005
Evan Moor English School Taught Social Studies, Science, Math, & English Literature
Mokdong, Seoul, South Korea to elementary students preparing to go overseas.
English Teacher May 2002 - June 2004
Taught children aged 3 to 18; Prepared class materials;
Dong Hwa Study School Tried to make class fun for all children to promote strong
Jinju, South Korea interest in English; School doubled in enrollment during my
time there.

Language Proficiency (CEFR Levels)

A2 (Waystage/Elementary) B1 (Threshold/Intermediate) C2 (Mastery)
Spanish / French Japanese English / Korean