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English teacher from Romania returns from Cambridge University with new teaching skills

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An English teacher from Deva, Romania – who was recently invited to Cambridge University to develop her teaching skills – has now returned to her classroom to put her newly developed skills to the test.

Cristiana Cornea – who teaches English at Liceul Teoretic “Traian” Deva impressed a panel of judges from the University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations (Cambridge ESOL) with a short essay about her experiences of taking the teaching exam Cambridge English: Teacher (TKT). 

She won the TKT Competition 2012 and was invited to take part in a two week development course at Bell Teacher Campus based at Homerton College – part of Cambridge University.

In her competition entry, Cristiana said she sat TKT in order to support her students and develop her career.

“It was a real pleasure to invite Cristiana to Cambridge ” said Simon Wright, from competition organisers Cambridge ESOL. He added “Good quality English teaching is the key to raising English standards around the globe and I’m sure Cristiana and her students will benefit from the new skills she has learnt.”

Written by Cambridge English Southern Europe

October 8, 2012 at 10:00 am

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