Fabiana Casella
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Session Title: Integrating the Four Skills and Tech tools in the English Classroom: Get your students to read, write, listen and speak with engaging activities.

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Session Title: Integrating the Four Skills and Tech tools in the English Classroom: Get your students to Read, Write, Listen and SPEAK on varied topics. Your Name: Fabiana CasellaWork Title: EFL…Continue

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EFL ESL teacher from Argentina,VIF Cultural Exchange Educator Alumni in the USA, proud mom of two angels and passionate educator. More details below:
My name is Fabiana Laura Casella. I am a passionate English teacher from Argentina, blessed mother of two angels God sent us and very interested in music, literature, history, education, psychology and being a connected educator. In 1989 I got my Bachelor´s Degree in Teaching English as a Foreign Language. Since 1987 I have always worked at the same school: I first taught 6th grade but soon switched to teach Secondary School during the afternoons. I have taught EFL in many possible ways, f2f, online, to children, teenagers, adults, very early in the mornings and very late in the evenings. Soon after my first son was born, we moved to the United States where I taught ESL and Spanish in High School and Middle School. That really was the turning point in my teaching career: it opened my mind to a different world, I became even more curious and interested in using technology in the classroom, to try different types of teaching methodologies, classroom management techniques, do research, attend conferences, seminars, lectures, and by watching classes, being observed by peers, mentors, coordinators and administrators helped me grow as an educator: I developed into an even more flexible, adaptable, knowledgeable, empathetic educator who cares directly from the heart. Coming back to my home country changed me forever: I realized I never wanted to be just a teacher anymore: I felt I needed to grow more and more every day. Get connected, be in touch with others, not only teach but learn new things, review things I had studied before, and work really hard on my PD and my PLN are now my goals. Although there was a time I was not very sure to open an account on any website and be exposed, I was finally convinced by the experts: So now I am all along Social Media: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Skype and I have recently begun blogging.

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At 8:47am on January 29, 2014, Mariam Haleem said…

Thank you, Fabiana :) 

That's a huge compliment!!! 

Looking forward to getting to know you. 

At 4:08pm on October 12, 2013, Nadia Bourourou said…

Hello Fabiana! Glad to connect with inspiring and great teachers like you :)

At 12:35am on October 4, 2013, Ana Cristina Pratas said…

Hi Fabiana!

No time to present this year but looking forward to attending the conference. 

Best wishes, 

Ana Cristina

At 11:35am on September 28, 2013, Ika Chieka Wibowo said…

Thank you Fabiana. Hope you are doing well,too^^

At 4:48pm on September 24, 2013, Elisabeth A. Gandolfo said…

Ready to learn and share!


At 6:56pm on September 23, 2013, Miguel Mendoza said…

Thanks, Fabiana:)

At 6:29am on September 23, 2013, RoseliSerra said…

Thank you so so much, Fabiana! Lovely to be here with you ! 

At 5:45am on September 23, 2013, Lucia Catharina Bodeman said…

Agreed! It'll be great to share and learn with you. Have a great week!

At 11:26am on September 22, 2013, Valerie R. Burton said…

Weebly is really easy to use. Quite intuitive. This will be the 2nd year that I will use ePortfolios for my kids and many of my past classes still talk about having a website and the fun they had in creating it. I hope that you take the plunge and have your students create an ePortfolio for themselves.

At 1:06pm on September 21, 2013, Marcia Lima said…

Great to know we can count on you, Fabiana! ;)


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