Top 10 Most Attractive Female Teachers In the World Today
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Besides good knowledge, attractive appearance is also one of the top factors to help many teachers become popular and easily inspire multiple generations of students across the world.
Today we have brought you 10 hottest female teachers around the globe who will make you love studies.
The list of top 10 most beautiful and attractive female teachers in the world today
10. Benjawan Som
9. Anh Phuong Ha
8. Momiji Iwamoto
7. Sarah Lanser
6. Sindey Carolina Bernal
5. Natalya Hladkykh
4. Megan DuVarney Forbes
3. Alice Keeler
2. Cheng Jhia-wen
1. Park Hyun Seo
Who are the most beautiful female teachers in the world
10. Benjawan Som - Thailand
|Photo: @somflygirl via Instagram|
Benjawan Som is one of the English teachers at a language school in Hua Hin, Thailand. She graduated from Chulalongkorn University - a reputable public university in this country. The female teacher used to work as a flight attendant for Etihad Airways.
According to her Instagram profile, Benjawan Som is a senior cabin crew member with Etihad Airways, the flag carrier of the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
She is also part of 'Easy English', a language school in Hua Hin that provides tailored courses and one-on-one training.
Photos posted by Benjawan show her in both her cabin crew uniform and being an ambassador for the school, in addition to regular selfies.
|Besides her career as a teacher, Benjawan is also known as an endorser for many fashion brands. She has made a powerful impression due to her fresh appearance, white skin, and charming smile. |
Benjawan has 10,2K of followers on Instagram.
9. Anh Phuong Ha - Vietnam
|Photo: Bao Lao Dong|
Anh Phuong Ha was born in a remote area in the north of Vietnam where farming is the main occupation and poverty rates are high. She first became aware of teachers’ potential to make a difference through a Vietnamese film she saw in her youth, in which the teacher character visits homes located along dangerous mountain paths to persuade parents to allow their children to go to school rather than stay at home and work in the mountains. After getting her master’s degree in English, Anh Phuong Ha recognised that becoming a teacher of English was the best way to improve people’s lives, and decided to return to her home region to make it happen.
Today, Anh Phuong Ha is an ethnic minority English Language high school teacher, living and working in a mountainous area where many people cannot get a good education for both economic and geographical reasons. The institution she works at, Huong Can High School, is located in an area of Phu Tho province where more than 90 per cent of the students are ethnic minorities aged 15 to 18. In this remote, mountainous high school in the north of Vietnam, students have little chance to practice English with foreigners. In many cases this leads to low language competence, shyness, poor intercultural awareness, and lack of interest.
Anh Phuong Ha has helped her students meet this challenge through technology: employing the “ borderless classroom model”, she connects her students with other schools worldwide via Skype. Some of her innovations have significantly improved student outcomes and are clearly seen in their national exam results: last school year, all of her students who were previously low-achieving in English Language passed the final exam (100%). Well known as the “4.0 innovative teacher” in Vietnam, she has now taught students online from four continents (Africa, Europe, Asia, and America), and is an active member of an educational Microsoft community that gathers global teachers to design lessons and engage in weekly professional development.
|Her Facebook page has 13,719 followers, with hundreds of followers on Instagram and Twitter.|
8. Momiji Iwamoto - Japan
|Photo: Global Teacher Prize|
Momiji is inspired by art education and its potential to encourage students to think differently. In her view, Japanese students are not encouraged to express their individuality enough, and for various reasons, educational authorities often reward homogeneity and the production of similar work. But in a world where globalisation is progressing all the time, this puts up a barrier to the next generation of Japanese being fully active and creative in a global context. Momiji wants to get rid of habitual ways of thinking and encourage students to see that their unique ideas are wonderful.
Momiji therefore sees her mission as expanding the creative possibilities of lessons in Japanese public elementary schools. Public elementary schools in Japan operate under many regulations, and certain types of teaching are dissuaded. However, Momiji has been very successful in creating approval for interesting classes that use technology and mix multiple subjects. Over the last few years, she has invited professional musicians to the school and taught art through their musical improvisations based on students' abstract paintings. Momiji also incorporates history into her art and technology teaching. For example, she taught her students about the cave wall paintings at Lascaux, reputed to be the world's oldest art. Then the students collected soil and tree bark themselves to make paint in the same way that ancient peoples had done – a process which left a profound impression on them.
|Her classes are rated highly amongst the student population – with 97 per cent of students saying they are both interesting and easy to understand – and have been featured across Japanese news media. She was in the top 50 finalists of Global Teacher Prize in 2020, which is considered a "role model" of education in Japan.|
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7. Sarah Lanser
|Photo: NICK MOIR|
Year four teacher, Sarah Lanser shares snippets of life in her classroom in the United States. Sarah Lanser, 26, uses Instagram as a resource to share classroom ideas with other teachers.
The year 4 teacher at Epping Public School says she generally spent the first two weeks of term decorating her room to create a "warm and safe" space for her class. "A lot of time and effort goes into it, and I change it up throughout the year," she said.
She encourages students to interact more in each class, and feel much more confident in a comfortable, friendly and colourful study space. Many other teachers took inspiration from her, which changed their ways of understanding children and improving studies in school.
|She operates under the social handles Teacher Is Happy, which she launched to connect with other teachers and share resources. A micro-influencer, she receives very high engagement on YouTube (7,8N subscribers), but has her biggest following (15K) on Instagram.|
6. Sindey Carolina Bernal - Colombia
|Photo: Global Teacher Prize|
Sindey Carolina Bernal Villamarín ( Bogotá , 1986 ), is a Colombian teacher and educator.
Sindey studied technological design at the National Pedagogical University , has a master's degree and a doctorate in inclusive education from the Autonomous University of Baja California . In her doctoral thesis on inclusive education, she developed the project of a virtual classroom to promote the training of deaf university students. At Colegio Enrique Olaya Herrera he teaches deaf adolescents and with his knowledge of computer engineering, he developed an intelligent system that recognizes the voice and translates it into sign language.
Sindey now teaches hearing impaired teenagers and with her knowledge in computer engineering, developed an Intelligent System that recognizes the voice and translates it into sign language. Later, she developed a second Intelligent System that recognizes EEG - electroencephalogram - signals and translates them into verbal-written language.
As a teacher at her school she applied these projects to children with hearing loss and together with her students created three mobile apps. In her Doctorate thesis on Inclusive Education, she developed the project of a virtual classroom to enhance the training of deaf university students. She is currently studying augmented reality with pedagogical innovators.
|Sindey created a research hub for more than 400 students and has promoted approximately 100 projects including software, hardware, teaching materials and virtual classrooms to enhance the inclusion of people with disabilities. By taking advantage of technology, she has found new ways to enhance her student’s skills. She has also managed to increase by 80% the number of students who complete their secondary education and continue with higher education, and has had an impact on thousands of people around the world, from researchers and teachers to students and parents. |
She was in top 50 finalists of Global Teacher Prize in 2020.
5. Natalya Hladkykh - Ukraine
|Photo: Global Teacher Prize|
Growing up, Natalya’s sister had a disability, and although they attended elementary school together her sister eventually had to go to a special residential school a hundred kilometers away from home. When Natalya visited the school, she met children with musculoskeletal problems, mental disorders and epilepsy, all isolated from other children. She did not understand why her sister could not study with others, but “inclusion” was not an idea in common currency at the time. As a result, Natalya formed the life goal of creating an inclusive type of education that accepts all children – where every child is important and valuable regardless of personal characteristics or abilities.
While training to be a teacher, Natalya’s first placement was at an elementary school teacher and head of a children's choreographic group. She realized that in teacher training, students were not taught much about children with disabilities. Continuing her studies, she met blind and visually impaired children. At the same time, she started working in a special school, teaching children with several serious disorders. Working as an individual teacher for 10 consecutive years, she was able to support families having children with complex developmental disorders and prove to the doctors that these children can develop if one believes in them. Unfortunately, Ukrainian society is not always ready to accept disability.
|More recently, Natalya has taken charge of educational programs at the Seeing With Heart NGO. The school enrols 35 teenagers with various severe developmental disorders. One innovation she has created for them is a virtual travel programme as part of which students study different languages, cultures, traditions and religions throughout the year. This knowledge has helped the students expand their horizons and understand the world better. Her aim now is to show the teenagers’ positive results and further expand this and similar schools in Ukraine. |
Natalya was nominated for the Ukraine Global Teacher Prize in 2017, and the First Lady of Ukraine has also become interested in her educational work on inclusion and tolerance.
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4. Megan DuVarney Forbes
|@toocoolformiddleschool via Instagram|
Megan DuVarney Forbes is a historian and middle school teacher in Southern California. She received her master's degree in U.S. History from California State University, Fullerton, where she specialized in the history of the U.S. Virgin Islands. Megan is a frequent presenter on empowering students in their own identities through social justice, history and literature. She loves to share ideas with other educators around the world on YouTube, Instagram and through her blog, Too Cool for Middle School. She loves to read, design, and spend time with her husband and five year old son. She is currently enjoying her tenth year of teaching middle school history and English.
|She is the Author of "Leaders and Thinkers in American History A Childrens History Book: 15 Influential People You Should Know (Biographies for Kids)" Children's Book. George Washington’s life illustrates the very first values that American politicians shared. The story of Tecumseh teaches us about the power of being true to yourself and defending your community. Lucretia Mott shows us how to stand up against what is wrong and speak out for what is right. |
Leaders and Thinkers in American History is a colorful children’s history book that explores the lives of influential American figures and their incredible accomplishments. Kids will discover the stories of men and women across hundreds of years, from all different backgrounds, and how they used their passion and talent to impact the world.
Her Instagram has 66,000 of followers, and her Youtube channel, Too Cool For Middle School, receives a 508,000 subscribers. She is also a beautiful mother of her children, and a kind teacher.
3. Alice Keeler
|Photo: Teacher Tech|
Alice Keeler holds a Masters in Educational Media Design and Technology and is a Google Certified Teacher, New Media Consortium K12 Ambassador, Microsoft Innovative Educator and LEC Admin & Online and Blended certified educator. She taught high school math for 14 years and currently serves as an Adjunct Professor of Curriculum, Instruction and Technology at California State University, Fresno.
Alice Keeler has developed and taught online K12 courses, as well as the course for Innovative Educator Advanced Studies Certification. She has participated on collaborative teams for Google working on projects such as YouTube teachers and Google Play for Education. She has served on the New Media Consortium Horizon report advisory panel for 2013, 2014, and 2015 and has been a lesson developer for Bing in the classroom.
She is Co-Author of the books 50 Things You Can Do With Google Classroom and 50 Things To Go Further With Google Classroom, A Student-Centered Approach both of which continue to be top sellers on Amazon in the Computers and Technology Education section.
|Alice Keeler has more than 6,000 of followers on Instagram, and 175.4K Twitter followers. |
As a believer in the importance of connectivity she founded #coffeeEDU and #profchat, two powerful communities for educators to collaborate and share innovative new ideas. She is passionate about reaching all students and using technology to change the way we approach learning and grading.
2. Cheng Jhia-wen - Taiwan
|@jhiawen.cheng via Instagram|
A lecturer has been dubbed 'Taiwan's hottest teacher' after photos taken of her during her classes went viral.
Cheng Jhia-wen became an internet celebrity after pictures of her teaching a class at the Chien Hsin University of Science and Technology in Taoyuan city were shared online.
The photos, taken by her students, show the lecturer in a black mini-dress, teaching a course on intellectual property rights.
Cheng is studying law at the Chinese Culture University and teaches an elective called knowledge-based economy and intellectual property, according to Apple Daily Taiwan.
In her Instagram posts, Cheng also showed off her musical talents by playing the piano and the flute.
Social media users admitted that they would go back to school just to have an opportunity to be her student.
|She has since drawn more than 91,000 followers on her Instagram account.|
1. Park Hyun Seo
|@hyunseo_hi via Insta|
Unofficially dubbed as "the most beautiful teacher in Korea", Park Hyun Seo is a university lecturer and part-time model.
She was born in Busan, South Korea and earned her college degree at Pusan National University, where she attended from 2011 to 2016. She also the model of Korean's fitness mobile application, 'Hot Body.' Park Hyunseo is surely famous as she is currently followers by more than 103 thousand people in her Instagram and even more in her other social media accounts, such as afreeca TV and Youtube channels.
|Her Instagram has 176k followers, and more than 88,000 following her on Facebook.|
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