Halina Ostańkowicz-Bazan
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  • Wroclaw, Poland
  • Poland
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Wroclaw University of Technology
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About Me
M.A. Halina Ostańkowicz-Bazan
Senior Lecturer at Wroclaw University of Technology,
Foreign Languages Department and Department of Polish for Foreigners, since 1976.
Education - University of Wroclaw Poland, Philology, Linguistics Jul 1974
M.A. thesis Efficiency of Polish Phonological Systems, the work was written under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Hab. Jerzy Woronczak.
Effectiveness of Polish phonological and phonemic structure: evaluation of the Excellent.
In 1979, , I started PhD thesis on; Theoretical ground rules of the stages of effective communication. I had not finished my assignment.
July 1994 - Exam Proficiency British Consul;
June 1995 - diploma of the Polish-American Postgraduate Study of Communication in the organization and management, organized by the University, Wroclaw Polytechnics, University of Wroclaw and the Central Connecticut State University.

I am a teacher from Poland. I teach Polish as a second language and English.
I also conduct lectures in English on Polish History and Culture for students from all over the world
Now I am learning how to teach using new technologies and I am looking for some inspiration. I have been fascinated by WizIQ since I found the Platform.
In addition to this, I think talking about Culture and Cultural Differences particularly attractive. I also believe that teaching language using songs is a powerful and enjoyable way of improving communication skills.
Now I want to improve my teaching/learning skills.
For me, to be an active learner means searching for updated information about different ways of understanding problems or issues, in order to improve my skills and teaching methods.
As for my students, I talk them into active studying as well as being in charge of their own learning.
Whom do you study for? – is my direct question.
My application is to involve learners in all kinds of activities, which should be done consciously; students need to be aware of the problems they face.
I find Virtual Classes tremendously exciting and challenging, they make attendees feel like having a real meetings and discussion. Visual quality and non-verbal communication tools, you can share with attendees are particularly significant.
Moreover, an opportunity to communicate online with people from around the world is an overwhelming experience as well as chances to connect for teaching and learning. Chance to meet people from the entire Globe is one of the reasons I appreciate online communication, very much.

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Posted on June 16, 2015 at 2:30am 0 Comments


We are observing  “a revolution in education.” We know that improving technology play a distinctive role in the evolution, and traditional foundations will face challenges in the future.

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At 1:43am on June 18, 2015, Marta Wojtuś said…
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