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Maka Baramidze

Website: westminsteracademy.biz

Personal Statement


Personal Statement

- I have been involved in numerous collaborative projects particularly surrounding the use of ICT in teaching English and in developing differentiated ICT resources for SEN and early stage EAL students, to help raise achievement. I use ICT in my lessons to focus on the skills where my students clearly have weaknesses. I have attended a 3 day workshop run by the London Grid for Learning using 'Final Cut Pro' and 'Movie Making programme' using Pathe archive clips in KS3 and KS4 English lessons which led to me devising new IWB resources with lesson plans on behalf of NWCS that are now for public use on London Grid for Learning website.

- I was responsible for devising IWBs resources for the whole KS4 department; a challenge which I enjoyed as a chance to further develop my own professional skills in ICT as a teaching tool. I also developed and resourced a successful Year 10 GCSE scheme of work on 'A View from The Bridge' which again was used by the whole department.

- I am a dedicated and hard working teacher and I pride myself on my professionalism and ability to interact effectively with students and colleagues alike. I feel privileged to be working in London in the challenging educational arena with all its attendant issues (social, cultural and learning), and feel I would be a suitable candidate to be awarded MirandaNet membership.


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