This webinar is hosted in English
Rosmery Ribera Ferrier will discuss Professional Learning Networks for Longlife Learners
English Teacher at Centro Boliviano Americano in Santa Cruz Bolivia,
Professional Learning Networks for Longlife Learners
After this webinar, you will be able to build your own Professional Learning Network (PLN) in order to keep yourself updated about new technological educational trends, groundbreaking learning and teaching techniques, and fun and innovative classroom activities among other important issues. The benefits of collaboration among teachers from all around the world will turn you into an eager Lifelong Learner.
Doctor of Education
I work as an English teacher at the Centro Boliviano Americano in Santa Cruz, Bolivia.
I live in Santa Cruz Bolivia in South America. I have been teaching English as a second language for about 5 years now. I enjoy teaching because I learn a lot in the process. I teach teens and adults, from true beginners to advanced levels. I am a grammar enthusiast. I usually study hard-at least 2 hours a day- before teaching a new grammar point. I try to change my teaching materials and style very often so students do not get bored.
I am still a student at the Universidad Evangelica Boliviana. I will graduate from my English career this year. I have graduated from the online University of Oregon with two degrees: Webskills and Introduction to TESOL Methods. I have just finished a course with Shaping the Way We Teach English named: The Landscape of English Language Teaching.
I believe in service; He who was not born to serve, does not deserve to live. I believe in learning as a way of living and teaching as a way of giving back to our community. My favorite quote is... I listen, I forget I write, I remember I practice, I learn ... I guess that this is how I rule my classes as well.