Ahn Yang-ok

Ahn Yang-ok (Korean안양옥; born 7 April 1957) is an educator and the 35th president of The Korean Federation of Teachers' Associations. Ahn is also a member of EIAP regional committee.

Ahn Yang-ok
안양옥
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Ahn Yang-ok
NationalitySouth Korean
EducationSeoul National University
OccupationProfessor at Seoul National University of Education
TitlePresident, The Korean Federation of Teachers' Associations

EducationEdit

He received B.A. degree in Physical Education from Seoul National University, followed by M.A, and Ph.D. degrees in physical education from the same university. ,

TeachingEdit

1981~1985Edit

Teacher

  • Secho Middle SchoolSeoul
  • Donjak Middle School
  • Sudo Girls’ High School

1988~1998Edit

Instructor

  • Seoul National University
  • Dankook University
  • Dong-duk Women’s University
  • Yong-In University
  • Korean National Sport University

2001~PresentEdit

Professor

  • Seoul National University of Education

CareerEdit

 
President of the Korean Federation of Teachers' Associations
  • President, Directors’ Council of Students’ Affairs, Korean National Council for University of Education (2003~2005)
  • Vice president, The Seoul Federation of Teachers’ Association (2005~2007)
  • President, The Seoul Federation of Teachers’ Association (2007~2008)
  • Chairperson, Sangmoon High School, Seoul, Republic of Korea (2008~2010)
  • President, Korean Society of Sport Policy (2009~2011)
  • Committee member, Education International Asia-Pacific Regional Committee (2013~Present)
  • Commissioner, Council for Seoul Public Order (2010~Present)
  • President, The Korean Federation of Teachers’ Association (2010~Present)

AwardsEdit

Presidential Awards of Korean Sports, Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (October 14, 2011)

  • Winner of the Physical Education Research Awards at the Korea Sports Awards

Mayor Awards of Culture for Seoul City, Seoul City Hall (December 2, 2011)

  • Winner of Seoul Culture Awards

Physical Education Research Awards, Korean Olympic Torch Association (December 7, 2010)

  • Winner of Research Awards, Korean Olympic Torch Association

Excellence in Field of Physical Education Research, Korean Olympic Committee (February 9, 2010)

  • Winner of awards for Excellence Research, Korean Olympic Committee

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