from Slovenia, one of the Euneos trainers, covering different skills concerning the use of ICT in education (Moodle, IWB, e-learning, tablet use in education...). A co-author of three English textbooks for young learners. She published a guide book eTutor for distant learning and a lot of articles concerning ICT use in education. She has a rich experience in running and evaluation international projects on national level. She was an editor of the school portal with the first virtual school materials and was awarded on Eu level for it. She was also one of the pioneers of eTwinning. Her main activities in the last years has been devoted to e-learning materials on national and international level. For years she has been running international collaborative projects and teacher-training and collaborated in different researches based on the use of ICT in education.
a primary school teacher at a school in Maghull which is near Liverpool in the United Kingdom. For a long, long time he has used different aspects and features of technology in teaching. In September 2013 he started a new technology technology adventure and helped other schools, teachers and pupils find out about the great possibilities that internet devices can bring to education. He is convinced that ICT is a tool that empowers learners and takes the ceiling off the classroom enabling education to become a shared and collaborative process. HeTweets a lot. Founder of @Row7Education”
a teacher of the English language from Lithuania. She can't imagine her lessons or project activities without ICT. Her interest in technology started with the participation in different programs and actions such as Comenius, eTwinning, Erasmus and others. She has also coordinated several international projects of my own. Since 2009 she has been especially interested in the use of mobile devices in education and has been giving trainings to teachers about the use of tablets in education in Lithuania and other countries. In 2012 she was certified as Apple Professional Development trainer, later Apple Education Trainer. In 2014 she was a member of the Advisory Board in the research Horizon Report Europe School Edition examining trends, challenges and technologies in education.
has a great interest in ICT. He has done training courses for his colleagues about the use of technology in the classroom and he was also invited by the ICT Competence Center at the University of Aveiro to lead a workshop on the use of flash cards on students' smartphones. He is part of the network theme curators "Tablets in Education". He has done communications in thematic seminars on the use of new technologies in school and collaborated with Euneos too. He believes that we should take advantage of it, give students what they are good at, and attract their active involvement.
from Gliwice, Poland. EFL teacher, speaker, teacher trainer, advocate of BYOD in class, passionate about technology-enhanced, game based learning and gamification, believes that learning is a social experience and should be fun both for teachers and students. She strives to build learner autonomy, their sense of ownership and responsibility for the learning process; seeks innovative ways to boost student engagement and build learning communities.
Agnieszka is an active member of an informal group of 150 innovative Polish teachers - "Superbelfrzy" ("Superteachers"), who aim to inspire one another, share ideas and professional expertise by organising workshops, conferences, webinars and publishing open educational resources.
currently a PhD student at Tallinn University. Earlier she worked in a school as an educational technologist and a teacher of bioinformatics. She is interested in 21st century pedagogy and related teсtechnologies. In her teaching practice she has always supported the constructive approach. For her, almost all subjects, for example, mathematics, chemistry, history, languages are certainly not just a set of algorithms and facts. Also she is a teacher trainer. She helps teachers to modify and revise the existing “traditional” teaching approach. My research focuses on presenting innovative pedagogical scenarios by teacher and for teacher in understandable way.
a lecturer of didactic of mathematics at the Institute of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Tallinn University. His current research is focused on using ICT and web-based instruments in teaching/learning. He is developing different teaching/learning strategies, materials and innovative teaching methods which help teachers to implement student-centered, collaborative based approaches to learning. He is conducting different in-service courses.He participated in various projects, one of them was a very innovative project “Computer-Based Math”. In 2011 he carried out a project "Teaching mathematics with Web 2.0 and SMART Board" within the framework of the competition for Innovative Ideas 2011 (The Eduko Development Programme for Education Sciences and Teacher Training). He received an Innovative Teaching Award: The Title of Innovative teacher 2012.