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Manuel Benz is a high school teacher at the Literargymnasium Rämibühl in Switzerland.
Manuel Benz currently teaches high school mathematics and physics at the Literargymnasium Rämibühl in Zurich (IB World School & UNESCO-associated school), where he is partly responsible for the discovery and use of educational technologies to improve instruction. After graduating from Berklee College of Music in film scoring and majoring in theoretical physics with a focus on particle physics at the ETH (FIT), he deepened his studies in mathematics at the University of Zurich. Manuel holds teaching diplomas for both mathematics and physics and brings more than seven years of teaching experience.
Nathaniel Ridgway is a history teacher in Indianapolis.
Nathaniel Ridgway is a tech-loving history teacher in Indianapolis, Indiana. He specializes in lesson design and differentiation and also is licensed in Special Education Mild Interventions. He's taught in both middle school and high school settings, but currently is enjoying teaching World History & Dual Credit U.S. History. He currently is working on finishing a Masters degree in History at the University of Indianapolis.
Raul Terradillos is a high school teacher at the secondary school Bruggwiesen in Switzerland.
Raúl Terradillos holds a Master of Arts in Secondary Education from Zurich University of Teacher Education, where he wrote his thesis on the motivational impact of digital learning environments on students. He has both teaching experience in primary and secondary education, and is currently a high school teacher at Sekundarschule Bruggwiesen in Switzerland.
Scott Houston is a K-12 educational consultant with teaching expertise in math and science.
Scott Houston is a K-12 educational consultant with teaching expertise in math and science. Scott holds a Master of Arts in middle school education and a Bachelor of Arts in chemistry. He began his teaching career in Fontana where he taught both middle school and high school over an eight-year period. During this time he also taught night classes for California State University San Bernardino for teachers who wanted to get their Master of Arts degree in Middle School Education. In 2001, he earned his National Board Certification in early adolescent mathematics. He received recognition in Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers four years in a row. For the past sixteen years he has been working as a professional educational consultant helping teachers implement research based teaching strategies and most recently preparing districts for the Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards. He is currently a cooperative member in Educators Cooperative, where has been employed for the last 12 years. He also works with the Asia Society’s International Studies Schools Network where he helps schools integrate global competencies into their curriculum.
Oksana Pasichnyk is a computer science teacher at the Sykhivsky Lycuem in Lviv.
Oksana Pasichnyk is a computer science teacher at the Sykhivsky Lyceum in Lviv and holds degrees in Applied Linguistics, Teaching of Computer Science,Translations, and English. During the last 15 years, Oksana has taught computer science with a focus on programming and IT literacy to grades 5 to 11. She has led the Digital Pedagogy and Blended Learning stream at the Center of Educational & Innovative Technology of the Ukrainian Catholic University, and is a member of a working group responsible for the development of state curricula for computer science (New Ukrainian School). Oksana’s interests lie in the field of digital competence development for students and teachers, computer science education, and usage of digital technologies for effective teaching - with an emphasis on blended learning techniques.
Iurii Gaiduchenko is Language and Literature teacher at Novopecherska School in Kyiv.
Iurii Gaiduchenko is a Ukrainian Language and Literature teacher at Novopecherska School in Kyiv, Ukraine. He has more than 10 years of teaching experience at school, college, and university level. As an education expert of the Osvitoria Non-Profit Public Association, Iurii researches and implements technologies for formative assessment, blended and adaptive learning. He is a certified Microsoft Innovative Educator, finalist of the Global Teacher Prize Ukraine 2019, and winner of the Ukrainian national contest Teacher-Innovator 2016.
Iurii supports teachers with their professional development, primarily with a focus on modern and effective lessons with various instructional technologies. He is also an authore various courses, such as Creative pedagogical strategies, Formative assessments tools, and Creative digital content.