Those ideas came back to Madrid with me and have been part of my everyday teaching since then.
by Iciar Herrero
I thoroughly enjoyed the media and film aspect of the course in which we were able to develop our confidence when using ICT within the classroom.
by Patricia Kay Hanna
When I returned to Japan to teach English at college and in companies, I was able to offer clearer explanations for students with regard to their errors, anxieties and motivations.
by Yoshie Yamagishi
I thought it would be really interesting to study more about technology and education because it is something very new in Greece.
by Eleni Anna Skoulikari
I have more than twenty years’ experience in teaching and teacher training in Greece, the UK and at the British Council, Bahrain, and have taught graduate courses as a visiting professor at Saint Michael's College, Vermont, US.
by Christine Irvine-Niakaris
I wish I could close my eyes and just go back for a little while!
by Marilena Kitsaki
Lisa, would you like to give it a go?
by Lisa Azzopardi
Here, in Afghanistan, I’m incredibly proud that we have been able to bring primary education to thousands of children.
by Jennifer Blinkhorn
I am the coordinator of a Bilingual project at a school in Madrid and am trying to apply what I learnt at Bristol – not only from the course, but from my colleagues and friends – to my teaching.
by María Merino Vidueros
After working for three and a half years in the Events’ Industry, I have finally found my dream job in a Greek company called Agro-Know Technologies.
by Angeliki Papageorgiou
I have worked in publishing for a big international publisher; been a teacher, a teacher trainer and curricula designer; and run a language school. Bristol has equipped me well.
by Patritsia Andrioti
The course provided a good foundation in research methods, while satisfying my curiosity in regard to my topics of interest.
by Venetia Rothwell
My proudest achievement since completing my studies has been acting as a PGCE mentor myself; training two new teachers and seeing them grow.
by David Harris
The experience at the Graduate School of Education made me realise that individuals have the power to change the things they don't like in their own countries or anywhere in the world.
by Berta Torras Vila
The journey that led me to discover the kind of teacher I always wanted to be.
by Effrosyni Stamatopoulou