Margaret Warner, Founder of MAW Education, has more than 40 years of experience in various areas of education. Having worked in teaching, school management, teacher training, inspections and as an assessor, she is anaward-winning education consultant who has worked with clients throughout the UK and internationally. Margaret is also a certified (high distinction) Life Coach. Whatever your needs, Margaret will help you bring your teaching methods up to date while maintaining a personal touch, or help you find your own path in life. View photographs of Margaret and teachers in action on our'About Us' page.
Taranvir Guron CEO of The Achievers Programme (TAP)
The Achievers Programme (TAP) is a learning, teaching and research organisation that aims to make learning more meaningful. TAP is constantly offering exciting and innovative programs to add value to the educational segment across the globe. Margaret Warner has visited India 16 times to run workshops in school for TAPon 'How to implement multiple intelligences theory in the classroom'. The Achievers Programme (TAP) has been working with schools since 1997; today they work with over 750 + schools all across India and more recently with schools in Singapore, New Zealand, UK, Indonesia, Nepal, Saudi Arabia, Japan, Australia, Tanzania, Kuwait, Jordan, UAE, and South Africa. TAP's vision is to create progressive learningavenues for the schools by leveraging the powerful impact of professional training and domestic and international travel, thereby making a positive and meaningful impact in school education globally.
TAP ‘s mission is "Helping Students Achieve".
Zahraa Rizk, a Multiple Intelligences Trainer based in Egypt, delivers workshops to parentsand teachers to help them discover their children’s strengths and different types of intelligences so as to nurture their unique abilities, interests and natural talents. Zahraa has a diploma in Autism Specialist Preparation from Ein Shams university.
Hassan Kalama Fondo is a Kenyan and an Educationist. He is a disability specialist, a field researcher and a data collector. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Special Needs Education (First Class Honours) with Information Technology from Maseno University. He is at present pursuing his Masters Degree in Education at Maseno University. He recently participated as an expert in reviewing screening tools to be used in theidentification of Gifted and Talented children. Most recently he made a presented on 'Disability Awareness'at a college in Nairobi.
Hassan Fondo has been invited to write a book in the MAW Publication’s 'Changing Education' series on ‘Special Educational Needs and Disability' and contributes to the articles and newsletters sent out by MAW Education. Scroll down this page to order.
Romaissa Chibani is an assistant professor of English and Civilization (American and British History) at the University of Batna 2 in Algeria and is preparing her doctoral dissertation in American Studies. She has been teaching English as a Foreign Language to learners of different ages and levels since 2012. Her main academic interests include improving learners' English language acquisition in Algeria with particular focus on ICC.
Romaissa's contribution to MAW Education was
the co-translation, from English to Arabic, of
"Lesson Planning for the Differentiated Classroom"and
"Formative Assessment Ideas".
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