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Meet the Team

 

Ellen Dougherty

 

 

 

 

 

Ellen is presently a member of the English faculty at the Higher Colleges of Technology in the United Arab Emirates. She is a doctoral candidate in TESOL, cognate technology, at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and holds an MA in Leadership from McGill University.  She has over 25 years experience with second language learners both as an educator and administrator in North America and the Middle East.


For the past two years, Ellen, Dani, Nery and Vance have been working collaboratively implementing an iPad program on one of the campuses of the Higher Colleges of Technology in the United Arab Emirates. They have been involved in all stages of program development: the proposal, implementation, and the continued integration of digital tools in the curriculum. The Higher Colleges of Technology was part of a country-wide initiative to implement iPads across the curriculum at the tertiary level three years ago. 


Anthony and Mary Kay have been presenters at Apple conferences held in Dubai and were influential in setting up the iPad program.  

 

Links to my personal pages:

http://ellenmdougherty.pbworks.com/w/page/87715105/FrontPage

  @ellenmariedougherty

 Tools for ELL Learning

 

                      

 

 

Daniela Coelho

 

 

English Faculty teaching ESP/ EFL and IELTS preparation. PhD student in Didactics/Curriculum Development (Pluralistic Approaches/Plurilingualism). Master’s degree in Language Didactics. ESP/TEFL and EAP certified teacher (from the University of Oregon and University of Toronto, respectively) and teacher trainer in Portugal, England and the United Arab Emirates. CPE certificate from the University of Cambridge/British Council. Teacher of Portuguese as a Foreign Language. Curriculum designer and developer. EFL coursebook author (nominated for an ELTon award). Certified e-Learning Tutor. Online course designer. Web 2.0 educational tools user, enthusiast and trainer. Teacher trainer in Technology and iPad apps for language education. Researcher and article writer in Plurilingualism and Technology in Education. Assistant Editor of European Scientific Journal.

 
Daniela currently works at Khalifa Bin Zayed Air College in Al Ain, Abu Dhabi, where, along with her colleagues, she initiated the implementation and integration of iPads and, presently, delivers regular workshops on educational apps.

 

Links to my Personal pages:

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/web-2-0-tools-top-10-for-language-teaching-and-learning 

You can also check my LinkedIn page (click on the logos): 

          

 

 

Nery Alvarado

 

Nery currently works as an English Faculty at Khalifa bin Zayed Air College, where she initiated and now facilitates the implementation & integration of the iPad program. She holds a Master’s degree in Media-Assisted Language Teaching and has worked in Higher Education and the industry for 14 years.


Her interest in Educational Technology and previous working experience in Mexico, England, Hungary and currently the U.A.E. at different levels and areas of Language Teaching, has led her to develop research and collaborate on international projects, where the integration of technology in Language Education plays a vital role. 

 

Links to my Personal pages:

 

 @ledralion

You can also check my LinkedIn page and Academia page below (click on the logos):  

            

 

 

 

Vance Stevens

 

Vance Stevens has been a CALL coordinator, CALL software developer, CALL consultant, lecturer in computing, and most recently, English teacher at the UAE air college in Al Ain. He founded Webheads in Action in 1998 and has coordinated that community of practice ever since, including organizing three free international online teacher conferences. He podcasts a weekly seminar series (since 2010) on http://learning2gether.net/. He was a founding member and past chair of the CALL-IS in TESOL. He has taught in two of TESOL's online professional development programs and is a coordinator of the TESOL-affiliated Electronic Village Online sessions, where he has facilitated sessions each year since 2002.He currently serves on the executive board of APACALL, and on the editorial boards of TESL-EJCALL Journal, and 2010-2014Writing & Pedagogy. He lists numerous publications and presentations at http://vancestevens.com/papers/.

 

 

Anthony Cashin

 

  Anthony Cashin obtained his education degree in Australia prior to specialising in post-graduate studies in Educational Administration and Business Management. With twenty-eight years experience in education, Anthony has held senior management positions from very early in his career both in Australia and internationally. Recently, as director of Ajman Academy in the U.A.E., his focus has been on the integration of IT, specifically iPads, with the pedagogical delivery of the PYP curriculum. Anthony has vast training and experience in International School accreditation and has held a number of positions of responsibility for various regional educational organisations.

 

Mary Kay Polly

 

 

Mary Kay has been a primary educator for over 30 years. She has taught in the US as well as Europe and the Middle East. She currently works at Raha International School in Abu Dhabi, UAE as a Deputy PYP Coordinator and ICT Integration Specialist. She was part of a team who piloted the first BYOD iPad class in primary school in the UAE in 2011 in a grade 5 classroom. Since then she has presented at both local and regional conferences about 21st century skills and ICT integration in teaching and learning.

 

 

 

 

 

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