Never Have I Ever ... Taught Teenagers Online
As we are all facing really challenging and changeable times, we are more and more concerned with developing real online competencies that could prove both efficient and engaging when dealing with the savviest of all learners: the teenagers. Being in the middle of these challenging times we all could notice lately the need for activities and techniques that engage both the teacher and the student in the online environment. As the core values of education remain unchanged, the attention is now drawn towards using the right materials to cater for our students’ needs on one side and to substitute, as much as it is possible, the face to face interaction on the other side.
We are waiting for you to join our innovative Workshop Online where our main goal is to focus on using the appropriate materials that will provide to your online classes both meaningful and engaging interaction.
Eliza is a teacher, international speaker and presenter whose main educational interests have always been related to finding solutions to the needs of students and teachers alike. She has participated as a speaker in various conferences and seminars in our country and abroad in Greece, Bulgaria, Moldova, Germany driven by her desire to enlarge the perspective of her professional development. What she has always valued, as part of her development, has been the meaningful interaction between the trainer and the trainee and she has always enjoyed both perspectives, as they both contribute to our professional and personal growth. She has always been in search of improvement and innovation as she believes that the future of education depends on the development and the proper usage of a blend of technology and efficient teaching techniques.
She is a CELTA certified teacher, BETA and ASMERO affiliated, holds a BA in Philology - Foreign Languages (Arabic, English) - the University of Bucharest, and a Master of Science in Political Science - the National School of Political Sciences and she has also taken part in the Oxford Teachers’ Academy Masterclass – the University of Oxford, Department for Continuing Education & Oxford University Press.