Dr Ren is a highly-skilled Chinese language teacher with considerable teaching experience expanding from the late 1970s in China to the present day in Australia. He has taught in universities in China and Australia as well as in co-ed, boys’ and girls’ schools in Victoria holding positions including Senior Lecturer In-Charge of Chinese, Head of Chinese and VCE Chinese Coordinator. Dr Ren is an exemplary teacher winning Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching in NSW in 2000. He devotes himself to teaching in order to help his students achieve their personal best in learning Chinese. If you aim to seek a knowledgeable, passionate, innovative, skillful, competent and experienced Chinese tutor, please forward your inquiry to email@example.com or text to 0402145155.
Dr Ren’s background is Applied Linguistics and Education. He is specialised in teaching VCE Chinese. He has a track record of teaching excellence and taught many students who achieved high Study Scores, including 49(x1), 47(x1) 46(x3), 45(x1), 44(x2), 43(x1), 42(x3), 41(x5), 40(x9), 39(x10), 38(x12), 37(x4), 36(x13), 35(x12) (NB: a Study Score of 40 in CSL could be scaled up to the Australian Tertiary Admission Rank Score of 50/50; and a Study Score of 35 to 46/50 depending on the year the candidate is enrolled into). In recent years, Dr Ren has taught and tutored five CSL candidates who have achieved a Study Scores of 40+ which have contributed to their perfect or near perfect ATAR Scores in VCE including David Ren (99.95 ATAR with a Study Score of 49 in CSL, Dux of Camberwell Grammar School, 2010), Richard Yan (99.95 ATAR with a Study Score of 47 in CSL, Dux of Scotch College, 2014), Patrick Lu (99.95 ATAR with a Study Score of 43 in CSL, Dux of Camberwell Grammar School, 2014), Katie Yang (99.95 ATAR with a Study Score of 41 in CSL, Dux of Ruyton Girls’ School, 2015), and Kevin Wang (99.90 ATAR with a Study Score of 44 in CSL, Proxime Accessit to the Dux of Camberwell Grammar School, 2017).
Apart from teaching, Dr Ren has also conducted research into the teaching of Chinese and presented papers at international conferences held in America, England, France, Italy, New Zealand, Malaysia as well as in Australia. He has won Best Paper Award in Hawaii (2011) and Paris (2013) and his research has been published in the refereed academic journals including Journal of International Education Research (USA); Journal of College Teaching and Learning (USA); Babel (AUS); Languages Victoria (AUS); and NZALT Referred Conference Proceedings (NZ).