Computer Science Teacher -"Traian" High School - Constanta, Romania-since 2000 ; Street Traian, No. 55, 900720, http://www.liceultraian.ro/
Certificate - "Teaching degree I" , Specialization-Computer Science, University of Bucharest-Romania, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science-since 2012
Master of Science-"Teaching Computer Science" -"Ovidius" University of Constanta-Romania,Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science-since 2012
The events informs students from many classes -ages between 10-18 years old- regarding marine life. Students will be given an overview of some most iconic and loved marine creatures: Turtles, sharks, whales and coral. But wait are coral creatures? What is the perfect habitat for turtles? How many different shark species are there? What did sharks evolve from? Where are the most whales located?
My students will find out the answers to these, and many more, questions about many incredible things. It will request using Skype apps facilities about communications in the real time : exchanging ideas with experts specialists in the marine domain, learn. Skype worked smoothly on the tablets, cell phones or other modern devices.
AS A RESULT AT THIS ACTIVITY , YOUNG STUDENTS WILL DRAW IN PAINT, WHILE OLDER STUDENTS WILL CREATE DIFFERENT PRESENTATIONS AND SITES WITH THE GIVEN THEME. THE MATERIALS DEVELOPED WILL BE MADE PUBLIC.
EVENT 1-VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP
"Coral, sharks, turtles, whales - let's dive in and explore!" - WiseOceans (with Mrs. Charlotte Orba) - "Skype in the classroom"
"Coral, sharks, turtles, whales - let's dive in and explore!" - WiseOceans, with Mrs. Charlotte Orba
LIVE ONLINE - "SKYPE IN THE CLASSROOM"- 10/26/2016 WITH CLASS 12 A (30 STUDENTS, 5 TEACHERS)
Great experience! - Professionalism and commitment.
EVENT 2-VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP
"Sharks And Their Amazing Adaptations" - Ocean First Institute (with MRS. Lauren Riegler, DIRECTOR OF OUTREACH - OCEAN FIRST INSTITUTE) - "Skype in the classroom"
"Sharks And Their Amazing Adaptations" - Ocean First Institute, with MRS. Lauren Riegler, DIRECTOR OF OUTREACH - OCEAN FIRST INSTITUTE
LIVE Online - on 2 NOVEMBER 2016, with class 9A, 9C AND OTHER CLASSES FROM THE OTHER COUNTRIES (65+120 students, 10 teachers)
EVENT 3-LIVE WEBINAR
"Great White Shark Research Expedition" - LIVE Online - (with Dr. Mikki McComb-Kobza of the Ocean First Institute)- October 24th, 2016 - "Skype in the classroom"
"Great White Shark Research Expedition" - LIVE Online - with Dr. Mikki McComb-Kobza of the Ocean First Institute - October 24th, 2016 (many students and teachers)
"Together students and teachers will learn how to identify basic shark anatomy and differentiate between male and female sharks. Students will assist in identifying individual sharks based on unique markings. The webinar will be co-hosted by great white shark researcher, Dr. Chris Lowe, from his California State Long Beach shark lab. Visit the website listed below for learning activities, LIVE White Shark movement trackers and other resources." https://blogs.svvsd.org/oceanfirst/
EVENT 4 - GAME - MYSTERY SKYPE
MYSTERY Skype (3 November 2016) with my high school class - 12A and 12B (60 STUDENTS, 5 TEACHERS)
"The global guessing game that gets kids learning about geography, culture, and the similarities and differences of how children live all over the world." https://education.microsoft.com/skype-in-the-classroom/mystery-skype
FROM THE STUDENTS PROJECTS - OCTOBER-DECEMBER, 2016
As a result at these events, young students will draw in Paint, while older students will create different presentations and websites with the given theme. The materials developed will be made public.
DRAW IN PAINT -CLASSES: 5A, 5B, 5C
1. DRAW IN PAINT -CLASSES:5A, 5B, 5C (92 STUDENYS, 7 TEACHERS)
CREATE WEBSITES - CLASS 12A