Daniela is an adjunct Professor of English, CLIL, Language and Digital teaching at the Universities of Naples and Viterbo. She is also a Secondary School teacher of English, teacher trainer, e-tutor, forum moderator and author of e-courses, MOOCs, learning objects and digital contents with particular reference to multimodality, emerging issues and teaching technologies for new target groups.
My philosophy on life is that if you are not learning, you are not living! Life is a journey, which throws up both predictable and unexpected situations. It’s how you deal with them that makes you what you are. If you want to make progress, you have to take risks and get out of your comfort zone.
Giovanni has spent his whole career working in the education industry. Although originally from Italy, he has been based in the UK since 1989 and is CEO of Gallery Teachers and Vice-President at KKCL. Thanks to his dedication and good-natured sense of humour, he has always received top results.
Larissa Albano has been an EFL teacher in Italy since 2009. She set up her own language studio in her hometown in 2011. She teaches mainly teenagers and adults in small groups. Her teaching approach is based on a variety of learning styles and she combines the use of everyday life objects, games and technology to make her lessons effective and memorable.
I have a degree in foreign languages and literature, I obtained a PhD in synchronic, diachronic and applied linguistics discussing a thesis on the CLIL methodology. I also obtained several masters and specialization courses in language teaching, foreign language teaching, Italian L2 and digital and multimedia teaching.
Lucie is Innovation Director at IH Reggio Calabria and DoS Coordinator for IH World. A teacher and teacher trainer, Lucie is also a puzzle enthusiast.
Nives Torresi is an online and F2F Teacher at Classical Studies High School and at the Agrarian Institute High School in central Italy. Interpreter & Translator.
Sabrina is a language coach, BE trainer, and teacher trainer based in Italy, working mainly one-on-one, in-company, and privately, as well as in schools for the Trinity certificate preparation. With a BA in Languages in the Information Society, she holds most of her sessions online and runs workshops for fellow teachers to help them do the same.
Sheryl McCoy teaches courses and workshops; judges contests based on Inquiry. Sheryl has a BSEd and MSEd. Sheryl and her family live on a prairie farm.
South-African/Italian. Lecturer University of Udine. Pilgrims Teacher Trainer. Trains teachers in over 15 countries, presents at international conferences. Main area of interest is beyond the traditional foreign language methodology teaching.
Teresa is an Assistant Professor in English at the University of Calabria and researches English Medium Instruction. In this very short workshop, she will illustrate how the use of English as a foreign language helps, rather than hinders, the learning of some basic notions of epidemiology, which, as we can attest, is essential knowledge in today's seamlessly mobile society.
Valentina Dodge has 25 years’ experience in BE teaching, training, materials design, and corporate program design, including nine years working one of the first open web platforms for blended language learning. She is based in southern Italy where she runs bespoke courses for local companies. She is also an international Quality Auditor for PeopleCert IT and Business products.