Irene Pateraki has been working for the Greek National Support Service of eTwinning since 2010 organizing events, running courses, evaluating projects and offering support to the teachers. She is the moderator of the eTwinning Ambassadors Group since 2012 and the Creative Classroom Group since 2008 and has run several Learning Events for the Central Support Service of eTwinning and courses/webinars for the Greek National Support Service. She holds an MA in Education and has worked as a pre-primary teacher for nine years. At the moment, she is interested in adult education organizing seminars and workshops for teachers in Greece and Europe.
Paraskevi Belogia has studied English Language and Literature and she holds a Master’s degree (Msc) in Sciences and Technologies of Language and Communication. She has wide experience as an EFL teacher (both in primary and secondary education since 2004) and teaching material developer. She joined eTwinning in 2006. As a teacher she has worked on many eTwinning projects and she has been awarded National and European Prizes. She was also an eTwinning Ambassador in 2013-14, spreading her eTwinning passion to other teachers. She has been a member of the Greek National Support Service of eTwinning since 2014, currently seconded to the Greek Ministry of Education, evaluating eTwinning projects, organizing and participating in several seminars and conferences and running face-to-face and online training and professional development workshops and courses at a national and a European level to support teachers who work on eTwinning projects and introduce them with innovative pedagogical practices and ICT tools.
Join the workshop “Make it work – 10 steps to effective communication in eTwinning projects” on Friday 23rd of October from 11.30 to 13.00 in Klimt room (ground floor)