職員紹介 / Staff

・国際バカロレアの研修を受けた教師陣

・各教育の資格を持つ、あるいはその分野において専門技術を持ち合わせている教師


Daisuke Ikeda (Senjyo Zen master)

Degree

LL.B. (Bachelor of Laws-法学部法律学科),

graduated from Keio University-慶應義塾大学, in Japan

 

Subject Teaching

Literature (East Asia), Social Studies(Individuals and Societies, Philosophy, Ethics, History, Economics, Politics), Theory Of Knowledge (TOK) / Assistant Headmaster 

 

Hobbies

Reading Books, watching movies, etc

  

Message to Students

"Hi" from Japan to an international student who lives somewhere out there!  My name is Mr.IKEDA, Daisuke. I'm a teacher and also a Zen buddhist priest. I'm looking forward to seeing you, a fully motivated student, here in Nanjyo-city Okinawa, Japan! 

 



Shogo Okuma

Degree

Bachelor of Arts

(Physical Education: Teaching with Honors in the Major),

Graduated from California State University, Dominguez Hills

 

Subject Teaching

Diploma Programme Coordinator

CAS Coordinator

Middle School Department Chief

Head of Admissions Office

Middle Years Programme Physical and Health Education

 

Hobbies

Travelling, Watching movies and sports

 

Message to Students

Don’t be afraid of being afraid

Be risk taker, Keep challenging

Making effort dominates fate

 



Bojan Brink

Degree

Magister (Japanese studies, Sociology & Japanese language)

Philipps University Marburg 

 

Subject Teaching

English B, TOK

 

Hobbies

Bringing you wisdom and happiness

 

Message to Students

The IB Diploma programme can be a very challenging task to undertake. Overcome it and you will gain much more than a ticket to some of the most competitive academic institutions in the world.

 



John Tang

Degree

Master of Arts in English from San Francisco State University

Bachelor of Arts in English from University of California Davis

 

Subject Teaching

English A: Language & Literature

 

Hobbies

I like to read, write, run and play tabletop games. 

 

Message to Students

“You learn more about a person in an hour of play than in a lifetime of conversation” - Plato

 



Madoka Hammine

Degree

MSc (Applied Linguistics, University of Edinburgh)

 

Subject Teaching

Individuals and Society

 

Hobbies

Reading, Gaming, and Yeayama music.

 

Message to Students

Education will shape your future. 

I wish our students to learn how to learn, how to think and how to live in society.

 



Miho Endo

Degree

Courses toward Ph. D., Interdisciplinary Studies in Information Science from University of North Texas 

(concentration in Computer Assisted Language Learning)

 

Master of ScienceComputer Education and Cognitive Systems from University of North Texas

 

Bachelor of Art, British and American Culture from Seitoku University

 

Subject Teaching

Language B (Japanese)

 

Hobbies

Traveling, watching movies, and playing golf

 

Message to Students

Languages are keys that unlock the world. Learning another language allows you to view the world from a different vantage point. It also strengthens any future choice you may choose. 

Let’s open your world from OIS!

 



Nancy Paras

Degree

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry for Teachers

 

Subject Teaching

Chemistry

 

Hobbies

Reading, gardening, listening to music,cooking, travelling

 

Message to Students

I am looking forward to meeting all of you. I am excited to share the journey with you as you discover the fun, challenges, and wonders of chemistry, the IB way. 

 



Rose Anne Camacho

Degree

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics for Teachers

 

Subject Teaching

Mathematics

 

 

Message to Students

Learning is a responsibility not only by teachers, but most of all, by the students themselves. Students need to learn how to learn. Learning how to learn, maximizing own capabilities, reflecting on actions and decisions, and knowing oneself are essential in developing a competent individual that can achieve one’s goals in life. That is why we call you “learners”.

 

School is where you can prepare yourself for your future. Choose a school where you can fully use and maximize your capabilities and at the same time enjoy. Enjoying the journey of school life will make your learning more meaningful and fun.