My name is Sandra Vida. I teach secondary school students in Lendava, Slovenia. This website started as a part of my MA dissertation in TESOL (EdTech) at the University of Manchester and my goal is to keep it growing regularly. I am an active board member of IATEFL Slovenia, with a special passion for organizing conferences and other events. I also regularly present at conferences, especially on the subject of educational technology, songs for EFL and creative tasks.
I have a passion for teaching, learning and music so the most obvious thing for me is to try to combine the three. This is my attempt in getting some order in the materials I have collected during the years and giving them a new, modern look.
In what is left of my free time, I read and cycle.
To contact me, you can send me an email to email@example.com.
University of Maribor, Faculty of Education, Department for English Language and Literature, Department for German Language and Literature
MA in TESOL at University of Manchester, with special interest in technology in ELT in 2013
Young learners (8 – 11 years) from 1998 to 2000
Older teenagers (15 to 19 years) since 1998
teacher of English language at Bilingual Secondary School in Lendava, since 1998
IATEFL Slovenia president 2006 to 2009
IATEFL Slovenia vice president 2009 to present
Workshops at IATEFL conferences in UK, USA, Hungary, Croatia, BiH and Slovenia.
Summer schools for teachers attended:
Language and culture, Embassy CES, Hastings in 2004
Modern methodology, Pilgrims, Canterbury in 2005
Reflective teacher, SOL, Barnstaple in 2010,
Teaching Tolerance through English Summer Camp, Balatonlelle, Hungary, 2011,
Educators program, Georgetown University, Washington DC, 2012
International House London, Life in Britain, London 2015
and too many IATEFL conferences to count
Workshops held on topics such as:
Technology free lessons, Lessons with music, Technology in the classroom, Managing teachers associations on a budget
Published ELT articles:
»Fun with photos« in English Teaching Professional, Issue 69, 2010
Lessons with music, HLTMAG, october 2015