Teacher, Social Science Departmentjyosifov@armyandnavyacademy.org
Jason Yosifov was born in St. Louis, Missouri but grew up in Fresno, California. Jason began his teaching years overseas at an international school in Seoul, South Korea but has been teaching in the San Diego area since 2012.
He earned his Bachelor’s degree from Fresno State and his Masters in International Business Economics and Global Strategy from the University of South Australia. He acquired his Masters in Education and teaching credential from the University of Southern California.
Mr. Yosifov currently teaches AP Economics, AP United States Government and Politics, Economics, and Government at the Army and Navy Academy. He has been a faculty member since 2016. In addition to teaching, Mr. Yosifov advises the Mock Debate club at ANA. Gurian Teaching Strategies Used in the Classroom that he uses in the classroom are: Project-Based Learning, Academic Competitions, Kinesthetic Learning, and Visual Aids embedded into Instruction.
He is passionate about politics, international business/economics relations, traveling, and learning about world cultures. Specifically, Mr. Yosifov enjoys visiting Asian and European countries and learning about their governments, politics, diverse customs, and culinary specialties. Due to his fondness for spicy food, his favorite cuisine is Korean. He also frequently visits military museums whenever he has a chance. His favorite museum is the National World War II museum in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Fun fact: Mr. Yosifov is currently planning to attend the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea where his in-laws reside.