Marco A. Brazil holds a master’s degree in Child Psychology major in Education and a degree in Development Communication (DevCom). He has been teaching children for over 18 years and training teachers in Japan, the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, and Indonesia. He believes learning and teaching English should be fun and easy for both the students and the teacher.
Marco is the training director of the Institute of English Teaching to Children (IETC), and associate of International Teacher Development Institute (iTDi). He has written several articles on games and is presently a presenter for Oxford University Press Japan and Macmillan Asia.
His current work is the retelling of The Monkey and The Turtle and The Rabbit and The Turtle. In Japan Marco is fondly called The King of Games.
The Mabuhay Classroom Foundation
The Mabuhay Classroom Foundation is a charitable and a nonprofit foundation. The reason why it was established in 2015 was to build and maintain the Mabuhay Classroom Child Learning Center in Barangay Sabang, Tacloban City, Philippines. Presently, there are about sixty-four children (ages 3 to 5 years old) using the learning center for free. These children and their families are survivors of Super Thyphoon Haiyan.
To donate to Mabuhay Classroom Foundation please contact Marco A. Brazil by clicking here.