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Sheonne Carter Shares Teach Abroad Experience on Education Podcast

Sheonne Carter from Jamaica is known for her insightful webinars on teaching topics in special education, but her most recent online talk gave her an opportunity to share her personal teaching story. In a podcast for the South Carolina Association for Middle Level Education, she shared the challenges she has faced teaching in a new country, the skills she hopes to take back to Jamaica, and the advice she has for any teachers who may be struggling.

July 28, 2022 by Jessica Boyd

Music Competition Provides Upbeat Introduction to World Cultures

“Music Madness” is a competition that sees music videos from around the globe face off in a bracket-style competition. Conceived by Educational Partners International (EPI) teacher Christian Moreno, the contest provides students with an interactive introduction to world languages. With 1,804 votes cast in the tournament’s closing days and musicians voicing their support, the educational success has earned recognition for Moreno.

July 14, 2022 by EPI Admin

Claudia Castillo Enlightens American Students with her Passion for Language

Claudia Castillo from Mexico prepares her students to become global citizens through teaching in a dual language program with Educational Partners International (EPI). During her time teaching in the USA, she has enriched her classroom with unique cultural opportunities inspired by the traditions of her home country. Her dedication to international education makes her an invaluable asset to her school and the EPI community.

June 23, 2022 by Jessica Boyd

Richard Licayan Inspires Students Through School Science Fair

For the last day of class, Richard Licayan hosted a science fair for his students to share poster presentations on their own scientific research with the rest of the school. The event acted as the perfect honors biology capstone, as students were able to dive deeper into the course curriculum, apply what they learned, and then share their knowledge with their community.

June 9, 2022 by Jessica Boyd

Pair of EPI Teachers at Elementary School Awarded for Their Impact on Student Learning

Two Educational Partners International (EPI) program members at Deerwood Elementary in Kissimmee, Florida, were recognized for their impact on student learning. Kindergarten teacher Guendolyn Limpag and fifth grade teacher Sharlene Lynch both received the school’s “RISE” award. The honor recognizes teachers who model the qualities that the school celebrates and whose acronym forms the award’s name: Resilience, Integrity, Safety, and an Eagerness to learn.

May 26, 2022 by EPI Admin
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