Iacopo Falciani, Teacher Trainer at Europass for ICT courses -Iacopo was born in Florence and he focused his education on ancient history and classical philology. He later became a social science teacher, with a huge passion for geography and technology. Upon concluding a Master’s degree in teacher education from the University of Florence, Iacopo taught social sciences for two years, in Italy and Spain, and then worked as a volunteer teaching Italian to immigrants.
This summer TESOL Drama had the opportunity to collaborate with Europass Teacher Academy in Florence, to design and teach our new Professional Development Drama Workshops tailored to Erasmus Plus and K-Adult teachers. Here is an interview with the organizers: Marisol Santana and José Angel Santana.
Emilia Valkonen, from Lappeenranta (Finland), does educational management and development, finance and project management, human resource management and networking at the Adult Education Centre of South Karelia (EKKO). We share her interview about the Job Shadowing experience with Erasmus Plus at Europass Teacher Academy last July.
Wednesday 25th September afternoon, in the marvellous location of Spazi Sangalli in Florence, the culminating event of our European project “ICT4LWUL” took place. Twenty proactive and motivated participants were there to explore how to incorporate technology into teaching.
Susan Gagliano, professional counselor and instructor from the USA, she is passionate about the various forms of self-expression, self-care and effective communication. In her free time, Susan is a semi-professional vocalist in the Florence circuit with groups like the Musìa Trio and the Gianfry Bogart Band.
Event within the framework of “ICT based methods to teach less widely used languages” Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership: 25th of September 2019, Florence
Sheila Corwin, from California (USA), has more than 25 years of experience working with English language learners along with new and already practicing language (and other) teachers from all over the world.
Here are 7 strategies for generating more positivity, which you can adapt to your learners, your style and your time-frame.
One of the most important parts of the teacher’s job has always been really getting to know your students.