At Thesys we know the challenges you face—we are educators ourselves. We have seen first-hand how education is changing and how students are changing. Today’s learners are “digital natives” who are savvy with technology and expect education to keep up.
The Thesys programs are effective because our methodologies are based on experience. As a member of the Fairmont Education Group, we have put more than 60 years of “know-how” into building our research-based digital curriculum, which has been field tested in our own schools and partner schools across the nation. We believe that together we can make education even more relevant for this new generation.
Unlike strictly virtual schools, Thesys programs are not a replacement for the classroom or teacher. Therefore, it won’t impact your enrollment numbers; we know how important this is to protecting your school’s funding. Instead, we train teachers in 21st Century learning, and provide on-going service from our Teacher Mentors who helped write the curriculum and have taught the courses themselves.
Our ELLoquence program is utilized by over 2,500 students in 75 public and private schools throughout the USA… and beyond!
Thesys International is pleased to announce its flagship English learning center in Singapore, jointly owned with Nomos Education Pte Ltd, opening in December 2016 at the HarbourFront site. We will provide ELLoquence to Singaporean students who intend to learn English at a high proficiency level.
As Thesys’ lead academician, Carolyn advises program development in the areas of academic design, teacher professional development, and student outcomes analysis. Carolyn joined Fairmont Education Group in 2011 as the Dean of Advanced Studies at Fairmont Preparatory Academy. Her extensive background in education encompasses a broad range of positions including teacher, Dean of Students, Student Services Coordinator, Assistant Principal, as well as Founder and Director of a charter school.
She has a strong knowledge of developing and analyzing assessments for international and English Language Learning students. In addition, Carolyn teaches university level courses for continuing teacher education. Selected as an ongoing participant in the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation MET study project, Carolyn completed her Bachelor’s degree in Communications at Chapman University and her Master’s degree in Educational Administration at National University. Additionally, she holds several California teaching credentials including Single Subject English, Multiple Subjects, and Administrative Services.
Brenda Huey Rosas
ESL Specialist and Primary Author of ELLoquence
As the ESL Specialist of Fairmont Education Group, Brenda believes that language learning empowers everyone. Beginning her journey at Fairmont in 2009 as an ESL teacher in 2009 at Fairmont Preparatory Academy, Brenda soon took on the role of ESL Specialist, where she authored and oversaw the writing of ELLoquence. Serving as a Teacher Mentor to both domestic and international schools, Brenda helps to build ESL programs and train teachers in ESL curriculum and instruction. Prior to Fairmont, she served as a founder and teacher in Cornerstone Academy’s ESL program. She specializes in teaching languages in multi-level classrooms.
Brenda has a Bachelor’s degree in Chinese and a Master’s degree in English TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) from San Francisco State University. She has taught English in China, Taiwan, and Brazil. Brenda is also fluent in Chinese, Portuguese, Cantonese, and Spanish.
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A member of the Help Desk team, Nina boasts a diversified background in areas including customer service, technical support, and eLearning management. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Middle Eastern and North African History from the University of California at Irvine and speaks fluent Spanish and French.
Matthew has a Bachelor’s degree in Business from James Madison University and a teaching Credential from San Diego State University. He has been involved in education for over 16 years in the areas of teaching and developing math, business, and health science courses.
Grahme received his Bachelor’s degree in Geology from the University of Maryland, a Master’s degree in Education from the University of Hawaii, and has 13 years teaching experience. Grahme previously taught in a traditional school in Hawaii, helped found a charter school in San Francisco, ran a professional development program for elementary teachers, and now serves in on online education.
Grahme is dedicated to helping everyone achieve their educational goals and embraces the fact that everyone learns differently and at a different pace.