EP Languages Teacher Stories
It is great to share some teacher stories about how our amazing teacher community are using EP Languages.
Dave Dun from Coffs Harbour High School
Dave Dun teaches Spanish at Coffs Harbour High School and in this video he talks about how he uses EP to provide feedback on his students speaking.
Liz di Natale from Emmaus College
Liz di Natale is an Italian teacher at Emmaus College. Liz talks about how she has implemented EP Languages as a full textbook replacement.
Emma Craw: EP Teacher Consultant
Prior to joining the EP team, Emma was a French teacher at Aquinas College in Tauranga for many years. In this video, Emma discusses how she used EP Languages to replace a textbook in her programme.
Claudia Russo: Catholic Regional College Melton
Claudia Russo is the Languages Domain Leader at Catholic Regional College, Melton in Victoria. Claudia shares how she has used EP in different ways to enhance her Languages programme.
Naima Keddar: Australian International Academy Coburg
Naima is the Head of Teaching and Learning and the IB co-ordinator at the Australian International Academy, Coburg. Naima shares how she has used EP Languages to support the MYP and IB diploma programmes within her languages department.
Cindy Pitkin, St Peter's Girls School
Cindy is the Head of Languages at St Peter's Girls School in South Australia. Cindy shares how she uses EP to support the IB programme within her languages department.
Dot Carter: Waihi College:
Dot is a teacher of many languages at Waihi College in the North Island of New Zealand. She shares how she uses EP Languages to facilitate a personalised, differentiated programme for each student.
Magan Morris: Whitney Middle School Bermuda
Magan is a Spanish teacher at Whitney Middle School in Bermuda. Magan discusses how she has implemented EP Languages during lockdown in Bermuda.
Shenaiya Day and Kelly Hanson: Pymbles Ladies college
Shenaiya and Kelly are from Pymbles Ladies College in NSW, Australia. They share how they been using EP Languages creatively in conjunction with teacher-made videos.