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Teresa Almeida d´Eca



Teresa has been an EFL teacher for 30 years and has taught at all levels. She lives and teaches in the suburbs of Lisbon, Portugal. For the past three years she's been teaching 5th and 6th grades (1st & 2nd year EFLers). She loves teaching and finds it an even more challenging task since the arrival of ICTs. She also loves computers, the Internet and interacting with friends and colleagues through chat and email. She has carried out three email cultural exchanges and has run a teacher-student blog titled "Have Fun with English!" since Nov. 2003. She enjoys creating interactive custom-made Web-based activities for her students. (See School for a comprehensive list of projects and activities.) for a comprehensive list of projects and activities.)

She did her first online course in October 2001 with Michael Krauss. In January 2002, she joined the Webheads in Action for an online teacher development workshop, and since then she has been actively involved in the cyberworld of education. She has co-moderated the Becoming a Webhead online teacher development workshop with Dafne Gonzalez since 2004 and has also co-taught with Dafne PP 104: Teaching Vocabulary and Grammar Online, a credited online course that is part of TESOL's "Principles and Practices of Online Teaching Certificate Program".

She has two books published, NetAprendizagem:A Internet na Educação and O Email na Sala de Aula.

She presents regularly at conferences at home and abroad. She is a member of APPI (Associação Portuguesa de Professores de Inglês), TESOL (Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages - she's the Past Chair of the TESOL Technology Advisory Committee (TAC) - and the Webheads in Action.

If you'd like to know more about her and her work, please visit her Web page.




Dafne Gonzalez

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