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Watch recorded webinars from Fall 2017 Teacher Development Certificate: Classroom Methodology
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT FOR JUNIORS AND HIGH SCHOOLS STUDENTS -October,5th 2017
ISABEL MORON Isa studied Translation and Interpreting at Pablo de Olavide University (Seville) before completing both CELTA and FELE courses qualifying to teach both English and Spanish as a second language. Isa has worked in Spain abroad in cities, such as Naples and Canterbury. She is currently teaching English to both junior and high school students and preparing them for Trinity exams. As well as working as an Academic Manager for EF Language Travel this summer, leading a teaching team working with younger learners, Isa found time to complete her masters’ dissertation on task-based learning.
ORAL CORRECTION TECHNIQUES – October, 19th 2017
MONICA RUDA Monica Ruda is a Delta qualified Teacher and Cert.Tesol Teacher Trainer. She has been in the TEFL industry since 2010, teaching in the Czech Republic, Italy and the UK. Monica works at EF Cambridge as a Senior Teacher and Teacher Trainer. She is particularly interested in experimenting with new classroom techniques and helping teachers develop. When she is not teaching, Monica enjoys cooking for friends and family.
ANA MARQUES My name is Ana Marques. I have been working for EF since May 2013. Currently, I am working as a University Pathway Senior Teacher at EF Language School in Cambridge where it is my responsibility to teach multicultural classes and mentor, support, motivate a team of English Language Professionals. My teaching motto: “Knowledge is the key to life”. My ideal classroom is a warm and welcoming environment, where students are encouraged to express themselves in the target language, and share their ideas and interests, both in spoken and in written forms, without the fear of making “errors,” which are regarded rather as necessary stages in their progress towards proficiency.
MOTIVATING YOUR STUDENTS – November, 2nd 2017
ALEXANDRA BIANCO Alexandra began her career as an EFL teacher with EF Malta 12 years ago. Teaching and working in such a vibrant environment were two motivating factors which then led her to obtain her Cert.Tesol and DELTA. Since obtaining her Cert.TESOL, Alexandra has also attended Train the Trainer course delivered by Tim Bowen, which allowed her to deliver TEFL Courses accredited by the EFL Monitoring Board in Malta. For the past six years Alexandra has been a mentor on the Cert.Tesol Course. She is Teacher Trainer and Head Teacher at the EF Malta school.
TECHNIQUES TO PROVIDE CONSTRUCTIVE FEEDBACK – November, 16th 2017
STACI JENKINS Staci Jenkins has been an ESL/EFL teacher and program administrator since 2002. She has spent the past 15 years teaching and directing intensive English, vocational and education development programs in France, Morocco, the UAE and the US. She has a strong interest in curriculum development, training and accreditation. Staci is an active TESOL International member, is passionate about professional development and has presented at various conferences. She has been an Academic Director at EF since 2015.
ASSESSMENT FOR LEARNING – November, 30th 2017
KRISTINA CIRRINCIONE Having originally joined EF New York in 2010, Kristina became a member of the Academics Department after achieving her degree in English Education, gaining experience in two NY public schools, and also completing the CELTA program. She is currently pursuing a Master of Arts in Higher and Postsecondary Education at Teachers College, Columbia University. Kristina has taught a variety of classes, including Cambridge Preparation classes, General English, Career Skills and various Special Interest classes.
As current Curriculum Manager, Kristina oversees the training of new teachers and has developed over two-hundred specific Professional Developmental Sessions for different issues and training opportunities in the classroom. This has extended from EF staff members to non-native teachers and administrators. She has created necessary materials and activities specifically for said sessions and is responsible for evaluating progress made.