The GSA Vision
To be a Global Step teacher is to spark the interest of students and inspire their curiosity and desire to learn. Professionalism, dedication, patience and trust are the four pillars that characterizes GSA teachers for they hold students up and help them rise above mediocrity and into excellence. These teacher characteristics bring about a teaching environment where teachers call themselves high in order to meet the daily needs of their students. The mission focus for every GSA teacher is to mold youths into dynamic global citizens, equipped with the language, confidence and resilience they need to succeed anywhere. We believe a “global citizen” is someone who is capable of working with people of different races, nationality, ethnicity, gender, and religion. A Global Step teachers is successful because their students are successful. That’s the GSA way.
Meet Our Teachers
Chadney Spencer began working for GSA as a part-time teacher in early 2015. He has worked for a variety of global companies, and his skills have allowed him to excel at GSA. Chadney works out of New York and lives with his wife and two children.
Natasha Gollin has been teaching with GSA since 2015. She resides in New York City and is currently completing a Masters degree. Natasha teaches classes in a variety of times especially on weekends
John Tora began teaching for GSA in 2015. He lives in Japan with his wife and teaches for GSA 4 nights a week. John has a strong grasp of what it takes to be a good teacher and maintains a very high reservation rate.
Sachi Montgomery is a teacher at GSA who lives in Los Angeles. She teaches part-time while pursuing her ambitions outside of the educational world. Sachi is also involved with student relations and provides a vital point of contact on the east coast of America.