Jacqueline Khoo


Mandarin Teacher, OWIS Suntec




Jacqueline Khoo is a Singaporean. She graduated from the National Institute of Education, Singapore, with a Diploma in Education. She earned her Master’s Degree in Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages from Jinan University, China. 

Jacqueline worked as a teacher with the Ministry of Education, Singapore, for seven years. During this tenure, she was chosen for the Outstanding Contribution Award for a project that she initiated to boost the confidence of young learners through speech, drama and stage performances. Before joining OWIS, she taught Chinese as a first, second and foreign language to students of various age groups. 

When asked about her teaching philosophy, Jacqueline quoted Dr James Comer: “No significant learning occurs without a significant relationship.” At OWIS, Jacqueline looks forward to interacting with all her students, and she hopes to help foster a bilingual mindset in them. Her most memorable experiences during her teaching career have been when she successfully trained her students for stage performances. 

In her free time, Jacqueline enjoys going to the gym. 

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