Who’s who

The scenario development workshop took place in Bristol on 11 and 12 July. It was a very productive event with lots of thought-provoking discussions. Credit goes to the teachers who flew to Bristol from all over Europe to share experiences and help us make better scenarios. I have uploaded some pictures from the two days – Carlo.

Bart Verswijvel

Bram Faems

Meeri Sild

Luciana Dell’Antonio

Maria Emilia Martins

Virginija Bireniene

Timea Várnai

Diana Sestokiene

Sevgi Sabanci

Hermann Morgenbesser

Francesca Panzica

Domizio Baldini

Peter Van den Broeck

Irina Wissmann

Gonzalo Garcia

Mª Filomena Grazina

Anapaula Alves

Fabia Hully

Rebecca Smith

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19 Responses to Who’s who

  1. I teach physics at Simon Dach pro gymnasium in Klaipėda. And I am a Lithuanian technological coordinator in iTEC project.

  2. Francesca says:

    Hi everybody!
    My name is Francesca Panzica.
    I teach English in a Primary School in the surroundings of Florence, in Italy and I am an IWB addicted 🙂
    I am really glad to join this group as I hope to share expertise and ideas about embedding technologies in the every day teaching.
    Hope to hear from you soon!

  3. Hi,

    I’m teaching ICT in BG/BRG Klosterneuburg, Lower Austria and have been working in different EUN Projects.
    I am intersted in working with students in Scratch,GeoGebra…, and hope to find European partners during ITEC.

  4. Rebecca Smith says:

    Hello, my name is Rebecca Smith. I am an Assistant Headteacher in charge of Assessment at a school in Trafford, UK. I teach Biology to Secondary school students, however my non-teaching role is across both Primary and Secondary schools. I really hope to be able to engage in discussions about new technologies that I can bring back to my own classroom setting and also be able to share ideas across the schools in which I work.
    I look forward to working with you all.

  5. Sevgi SABANCI says:

    Hello dear teachers,
    I am Sevgi SABANCI from İstanbul- TURKEY. I have been teacher of English for 10 years. I am working in Haluk Undeger Secondary School in İstanbul. It is a state school. We have been pilot school for ITEC project since 2010. Besides, for the last two years, I have been working as a project consultant and youth worker in Research and Development Center in Zeytinburnu Directorate of Natiaonal Education. I have designed in-service courses for teachers about how to use technology in classrooms. Out of this experience, I firstly expect to learn about other countries’ applications about using technology in as a tool to reach their objectives in classroom and out of classroom learning. This will give us ideas about cultural diferences or similarities to have a common ideas that could be used around the world. In addition to this, I expect to learn more about how to design new learning senarios, activities and tools that can be used for the future classrooms. I would like to get sufficient enough to teach them other teachers that have no chance to get these course.

  6. Hello!

    Best wishes from Lithuania!
    My name is Diana Sestokiene. I am a primary teacher. I like to work in online spaces with my students. I would like to cooperate with you and your students and share new technology experience which we are going to get during this great project.

    Best regards all the participants!
    I am really glad to see familiar colleagues in this group. See you!

  7. Fabia Hully says:

    Hello all!

    I teach Design and Technology at a secondary school in Stoke on Trent, England. I love my IWB and would be lost without it, but I got more interested in Technology Enhanced Learning from doing an E-Learning in D&T module as part of my MA Course with Sheffield Hallam University. I am interested in learning anywhere, everywhere and am currently piloting the use of iPod Touches with students to encourage exam revision for my iTEC Project Case Study. School friendly social networking site Edmodo (www.edmodo.com) is providing a really useful link between school and home.

    Looking forward to working with you,

  8. Ana Paula Alves says:

    Hello dear teachers,

    My name is Ana Paula Alves, I am a Math’s teacher in Portugal. My students’ age is between 12 and 15 years old and they are in middle school. I participated in the ciclo1 iTEC and now I take part in cycle 2. In this project I hope to learn more, to make better use of technology in my classroom. I also would like to extend this knowledge to other teachers in my school who do not have this opportunity.
    Wishes for a good job for everyone!
    see you soon,
    ana paula

  9. Luciana Dell'Antonio says:

    Hello, I’m Luciana Dell’Antonio and I teach math and science at a middle school in Rubano, a small town near Padova (Italy).
    For me is important comunicate with colleagues for reflect on their teaching to improve and enrich my teaching.
    Precisely for this reason I think this experience will enrich my profession

  10. Gonzalo Garcia says:

    Hi everybody.
    My name is Gonzalo Garcia and I am a secondary Maths teacher at a private school in Pontevedra, at the Northwestern corner of Spain. I am one of the 10 spanish SEE (SMART Exemplary Educator), so I’m an IWB fan. I’ve been piloting on iTEC cycle 1 with two classes and I’m repeting the experience on cycle 2. I’m interested in sharing experiences with teachers from other countries, as I did on the Bristol and London iTEC workshops (I’m so glad finding colleagues I’ve met there…), improving this with online contacts. Of course, my students want to do the same. We both are interested in multicultural exchange of experiences through all of you iTEC proyect colleagues.
    I look forward to working with you all.

  11. Meeri Sild says:

    Hello everybody

    My name is Meeri Sild and I am from Estonia. I teach English at a secondary school. I also work at my school as an educational technologist, therefore I am interested in all kind of technology that could be implemented at school for teaching-learning purposes. I hope to learn a lot from this experience. I look forward to good cooperation!

  12. carlo says:

    Hello everyone and thanks in particular to those who introduced themselves, I encourage the others to do the same. Thanks also for filling in the doodle poll about the July event!

    I will be in touch soon with more news,

    Carlo (from Futurelab UK)

  13. Hi,
    I am a secondary school English and Dutch teacher from the Flemish part of Belgium. My students are 15 to 18 years old. I also do teacher training on technology related subjects and manage the LMS of our school.
    I participated in the first cycle if iTec and am looking forward to participating in cycle 3 as well.

  14. Sevgi SABANCI says:

    hello all,
    I am available for the online group activity from 14th May in the evening , at 6 pm in Turkey time.

    I could not see another place to write this availability.

    • carlo says:

      Hello Sevgi, thanks for this and I will keep your availability in mind for the next online discussions. The fact you could not do this in the doodle poll was intentional as I provided only a set number of dates and times. The idea is to arrange several of such discussions involving subgroups rather than all of participants at the same time, so you will get the opportunity to contribute by all means.
      sorry for the misunderstanding!

  15. Timea Várnai says:

    Dear All,
    I am a secondary grammar school teacher in Hungary, teaching English and Russian as foreign languages. I participated in the itec project cycle 1. as a focus teacher in Hungary, and I also took part in the itec workshops in Litvania and in London BETT.
    As I strongly believe that innovative techniques are inevitable and essencial in the future classroom I would like to continue my work in this field on the international basis in cooperation with you all.
    Looking forward to working together!

  16. Maria Emília Martins says:

    My name is Maria Emília Martins. I am glad to join this group.
    I teach Natural Sciences at José Gomes Ferreira, a Secondary School in Lisbon, Portugal. My student’s age is between 12 and 13 years old and they are in middle school. I participated in the ciclo1 iTEC and now I take part in cycle 2.
    I think it’s very important comunicate with other colleagues for reflection and learning. I hope to improve and enrich my teaching using technologies in the every day teaching – collaborative work among students and between teachers, as well as evaluating the work done by students. I would also like to know how can we extend this kind of work to the other teachers of other subjects in a class – interdisciplinary work.
    Looking forward to working with you,
    Maria Emília Martins

  17. Adil Tugyan says:

    Hi there,
    Greetings from Turkey,I am an English teacher and pilot teacher for Itec ,It is a geat opportunity to be a part of this project for my students and me.I am sure we will learn so many things that will change the way we teach.All the best 🙂

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