Ana Cunha

Ana holds a BA in Modern Languages and Literatures as well as a Post graduation in Educational Sciences and is attending a PhD in Education Sciences. Coordinates the Translation and Languages Office and is an Assistant Professor at Lusófona University, where she has been recognized as an Expert in Modern Languages and Literatures.


I have been working as the School Manager at Mezitli Transportation Services Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School. In 1996, I started my teaching profession as Accounting and Finance Teacher. In my profession, which I love, I worked as a teacher, Area Supervisor, Assistant School Principal, Deputy Principal, and School Principal.

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I have been teaching English in Mezitli Transportation Services Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School since 2021.I was graduated from Çukurova University,Department of English Language Teaching in 2006.And since then ,I have taught English in different state schools.I started my teaching career in a cute village school located in Black Sea Region.

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Neşe Çelik is an English teacher in Yenisehir Anatolian Imam Hatip High School in Mersin. She graduated from the department of English Language Teaching of Mersin University in 2002. She has participated in many national and international projects so far.

Cantekin Karasu

Cantekin is a teacher of English at Yenisehir Anatolian Imam Hatip High School, Middle Section. He coordinated the teaching practice at schools at English Language Teaching department of Cag University in 2017 and 2018. He has attended many national and international projects and got certificates in many seminars.


Engin is a teacher of Science at Yenisehir Anatolian Imam Hatip High School, Middle Section. Has a Master’s Degree in Science Education, including subject teacher studies in STEAM, sustainable development goals, climate change, socioscientific and argumentation and he also has basic studies in renewable energy sources, from the University of Mersin.

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Eva Ferntoft

Eva is a lead teacher at Runstensskolan. She teaches in handicraft and technology, the students are 9-12 years old. Eva has recently been involved in another Erasmus project as a mentor for 3 other teachers but she was also in the project as a teacher. She is one out of three team leaders, the connecting link between the management team and work teams at Runstensskolan.

Dr Eva Hartell

Dr Eva is currently Head of Research in Haninge municipality and researcher at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, in Sweden. Eva is involved in several national and international practitioner- based research and development projects such as ATS STEM and K-ULF, working closely with teachers and schools with the purpose of bridging teaching and learning in STEM education.

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Zita Bertha

Zita Bertha

Zita holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business and she is the co-founder of AISR STEM Academy. Zita has led various educational technology research projects, worked with Ulster University to consult on graphic design gaming projects and she wrote, implemented and managed several Erasmus+ projects. Zita also has over 3 years of experience in delivering digital education, robotics and CLIL teacher training.

Deepika Nikam

Deepika has gained her master’s degree in Computer Science Engineering and her degree in Computer Science. She has over 3 years of experience in teaching degree level students in various STEM subjects, computer science and computer languages including C, C++, Java and Python. She has many years’ experience in game and application development, and also in the development of various lessons such as coding robotics. Deepika has over 2 years of experience in delivering computer science and robotics related teacher training.

Robin Dewa

Robin Dewa

Robin Dewa is a president of Bodi svetloba NGO. He holds a master degree in history and is a teacher of English by profession.

Tara Dewa

Tara Dewa is a project manager of Bodi svetloba activities.


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