The school is fortunate to possess some excellent bi-lingual teacher who both communicate and teach effectively in English and Thai. Depending on your level of Thai and English and your teaching requirements we can recommend you the most appropriate teacher for your needs. We also recommend mixing up your teachers ie do not just have one teacher – this will accelerate your learning as you will appreciate different teaching styles and accents. All teachers, including our contract staff, are highly professional, customer focused and possess appropriate qualifications and/or experience. Many teachers either teach at international schools or have taught at international schools or Universities in Bangkok.
All teachers are hand-picked not just for possessing the correct paper qualifications or experience but for having the right positive attitude and energy needed to make a good teacher. Our teachers are genuinely interested in your learning and are not merely running through a book A-Z.
Please look at our school testimonials for feedback on our teachers’ performance.
Prae | Thai
Prae has been a teacher for 7 years at Kindergarten and Primary School (English Program). Prae got hooked on teaching as she liked to see her young students learning and gaining in confidence. Teaching at Thai Language Hut School is not much different! Yes, the students are bigger, but I still get the same satisfaction imparting knowledge in a student-friendly fashion. Prae loves to see her students’ successfully reading, writing and communication with Thai locals. It’s her aim to make your learning of Thai fun and easy for you whilst pushing your learning. My speciality is teaching tones. Prae is difficult to please and will check every tone of every word her students speak until they speak completely clearly.
Jane | Thai
Sawaddii ka, I’m Jane. I have worked as a Thai Language Teacher since I graduated. I taught the Thai Language to foreign students from complete beginners to those at an advanced level. I am also creating instructional media such as Thai videos, Thai conversation audio books and writing textbooks to help foreigners learn the Thai language faster and more efficiently. Before working as a Thai teacher, I studied the Faculty of Arts as my Thai major so that I might know how to explain and teach Thai in an easy way. In the class, I will help students to learn Thai with confidence so they can speak and write Thai clearly and accurately. Moreover, my students will understand Thai ideas and culture.
Jang – Thai & English
The danger in teaching Thai to non-Thai’s is that it is such a complex alien language it can be quite daunting. I attempt to make my teaching interesting and assessable by creating interesting bite-sized chunks of information which the student can easily digest imparting confidence. Through having a series of small steps the student can make good progress and feel confident about their ability. It is up to the teacher to inspire and lead the student. I aim to make my lessons friendly and fun but still with a focus on results. I also teach English to non-English speakers. I am particularly sympathetic to Thai’s learning English and have a lot of Thai nationals, students and spouses that I teach online. Further, I have an interest in Japanese and have several Japanese students also こんにちは.
Aoi – Thai & English
Aoi has been teaching Thai to many corporate customers for over 3 years, an accomplished and well-received teacher she also has both a Degree and a Masters Degree in Business Administration allowing her to effectively explain business terms in both Thai and English. Aoi has taught students at most large international companies here in Thailand. Aoi is the newest member of the Thai Language Hut team, we are certain she will fit in well given her professionalism and a good sense of humour. We wish her well.
Fai | English & Thai
Fai is an experienced English teacher who has now turned her hand to teaching Thai too. Her teaching style is to make all students feel relaxed when studying, but it does not mean that she is not strict. Pushing her students to speak a lot, using correct tones, sounds and grammar, whilst answering her questions correctly is her approach. Sometimes different techniques are needed for different kind of students. Being student-focused, Fai adapts her teaching style to the student’s background knowledge and needs whilst testing along the way. She gains satisfaction from watching her students develop both in knowledge and confidence as they learn their new language.