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Anthony Boylan

Candidate ID: 1529582

Career Summary

International School Teacher - Chemistry; Biology; English; History **focus: STEM / STEAM (science technology engineering art math) + English **

Skill Set

chemistry, biology, English, French, German, teaching, communication

Professional Information

Total Experience : 5

Nationality : Canada

Qualification Level : Graduate

Job Function : Teaching / Education / Languages / Faculty

Work Location Preference : Kuwait, Bahrain, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, UAE

Detailed Profile

Anthony Boylan

phone: +86-185-2274-0783 |
skype id: anthonyboylan


Bachelor of Education – Intermediate/Secondary June 2017
Memorial University of Newfoundland

Honours Bachelor of Science – Psychology & English June 2004
University of Toronto

Ontario Secondary School Diploma May 1995
University of Toronto Schools


Certified Teacher in Canada
Certified to teach in British Columbia and Newfoundland & Labrador Current

TESL Certification (120 hours) August 2002
Languages International / Archer Education – Toronto, ON

Hess Language Instructor Certification December 2008
Hess Language Schools – Taipei, Taiwan


Teacher (High School Chemistry)
Tianjin Maple Leaf International School Tianjin, China
2 years - September 2017 – present

Teaching grade 11 and grade 12 chemistry
Developing lessons; Preparing chemistry laboratory experiments
Co-Founder of Electronics Club Maker-Space

Teacher (High School English / History / Health)
Changzhou No. 1 High School Changzhou, Jiangsu, China
2 years - 2012/2013 & 2014/2015

Developed English, World History & Health curricula using my own resources
Created high-interest material, delivered with a variety of media and techniques including video, powerpoint, lecture, student presentations
Led after school discussion classes
Participated in school strategy discussions

Teacher (Middle School English)
Suncheon Palma Middle School Suncheon, Jeollanam-do South Korea
August 2013 – April 2014

Developed curriculum using my own resources
Taught exciting lessons for mixed-level, large classes
Taught high-level English Club

Teacher (High School English)
Yeosu Technical High School Yeosu, Jeollanam-do, South Korea
2 years - February 2010 – February 2012

Responsible for teaching classes and developing the curriculum
Taught weekly high-level English workshops to the Korean English Teachers
Developed my own worksheets and materials for every class
Created special thematic lessons for Summer Camp

Teacher (High School English)
Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program Nagahama, Japan
2 years - August 2004 – August 2006

English teacher at Nagahama West Middle School
Responsible for making English lesson plans and teaching in class
Assisted in the making of English tests for midterms and final exams
Planned club activities for the English Language club

Tutor (High School English / Math / Biology) Canada & Japan
October 2004 – February 2010

High School Subjects - Essay-writing, Math, Biology for Toronto high school students
English as a Second Language - conversation, grammar and sentence structure

Teacher (Adult English)
Languages International / Archer Education Toronto, ON
1 year - August 2002 – August 2003

Teaching & Lesson Planning - grammar and conversation for young adult students
Extra-Curricular - group outings to Canadian cultural institutions
One-on-one - individual and two-student intensive lessons


Debate Judge
Canadian Junior National Debate, 2014 Toronto, ON
May 2014
?Judged debates for the national debating championship, hosted at University of Toronto Schools

Research Assistant
Toronto General Hospital, Pathology Dept. Toronto, ON
Nov 2007 – March 2008
?Researching a scientific paper on Laser Scanning Cytometry with Dr. William Geddie, Staff Pathologist
?Researching current techniques in microscopy to inform a report which validates clinical use and advantages of Laser Scanning Cytometry

Peer Counselor
Student Crisis Response Centre, University of Toronto Toronto, ON.
Apr 2003 – July 2003

?Assisted students with stress related to school
?Referred students to available community and psychological support services

Volunteer telephone support worker
Toronto Distress Centres Toronto, ON
Mar 2002 – Jan 2003

?Received calls from those in need of help and provided support and provided referrals to emergency health services and psychiatric or

psychological support services



?9 years teaching experience teaching English as a foreign language, including 8 years teaching in Asia (China, Japan, Korea)
?Content development - Extensively experienced in creating powerpoint presentations with information collected from across the web.

Development of testing materials and worksheets.
?Multi-modal teaching techniques, including: traditional, maker-space, debates, dramatic play and improvisational drama, film analysis, games,

student projects

?Project leadership coordinated 50 different chemistry experiments within 3 days.
?Project leadership organized Changzhou Model United Nations.
Vulnerable Sector and Privacy

?Extensively experienced in assisting clients in vulnerable sectors, including psychological support (Distress centres, Peer Counselling, Human

Services scheduling, Mental Health support work) as well as young people.
?Confidential service provision in multiple roles: hospital booking, hospital records, hospital attendant, human service booking
Languages Spoken

?English (native), French (intermediate), German (intermediate), Mandarin Chinese (novice), Japanese (elementary), Korean (elementary)