Julie Fellmayer

Brussels, Belgium Oct 04, 2020

Julie Fellmayer uses insights from critical pedagogy to design curriculum, instruction, and assessments for young children learning English at The International School of Brussels. In her classroom, students experience a high degree of agency and see themselves as active learners with their own goals, which was her research focus for her Masters Degree at the University of Nottingham. In her other role as a drama teacher and director of performances, Julie engages students in works of drama that speak to their lives and challenges them to think critically. Her work in education has included monitoring and evaluation of training for the Malawian ministry of education, public school teaching for the Abu Dhabi Department of Education and Knowledge, as well as development and facilitation of workshops for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Julie has published her writing at Hybrid Pedagogy and Identity, Education and Power, as well as for Two Writing Teachers. You can find her at learnthroughit.home.blog and on follow her on Twitter @Learn_thru_it.

Julie Fellmayer

Julie Fellmayer uses insights from critical pedagogy to design curriculum, instruction, and assessments for young children learning English at The International School of Brussels

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