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Over the last 6 months, teachers have been pulled in many different directions – we are parents, family members, citizens, but also leaders, educators and language professionals who have to keep calm and carry on. In this webinar, we will talk about resilience and the tools that can help us make sense of tough times, support the people in our care and continue to do our job as teachers.
Victoria Peña has worked for Cambridge Assessment English since September 2018. Prior to that, she taught English to preschool, primary and secondary school students for ten years, as well as preparing adults for Cambridge examinations. Since joining Cambridge Assessment English, she has been involved in creating content for teachers and collaborating in government bilingual projects.
George started working at Cambridge Assessment English in 2013 after over 10 years’ experience teaching English in Latin America, Iberia and the UK to students of all ages and levels. He worked in Assessment at Cambridge Assessment English for 3 years on a variety of exams and the Young Learners revision project, before moving to the Assessment Services department in the Madrid office in 2016.
Rachel started her teaching career over 10 years ago as a secondary teacher of Drama. She has experience in teaching a wide range of ages and nationalities, in various countries. Rachel has written a booklet of creative drama activities to accompany Storyfun (Cambridge University Press) as well a creative drama project. She holds the PGDE and the DELTA. Rachel is currently Pedagogical Lead at Cambridge University Press Iberia.
For any further questions please email us: SPWebinars@cambridgeenglish.org