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Romania

Tatiana Mărăndici

Tatiana Mărăndici is Director at Casa Corpului Didactic Vâlcea, Romania and she was Inspector for EU Programs at Inspector for EU Programs at Inspectoratul Scolar Valcea. She is currently teaching Physics in secondary education school, to 12 to 18 years old students. 
In September 2014, she took place in the Inspiring Science Education Workshop in Romania, understanding how to use WorldWide Telescope.

Lorena Elena Olaru

Lorena's teaching career started in 1985. She is currently teaching Physics, Chemistry and ICT to 11 to 15 year old students. She is addicted to teaching and always looking to improve her teaching and learning skills. Lorena has a particular interest in using ICT in the classroom and loves to share ideas and resources.

George Vaju

George teaches Physics and Computer Science in high secondary school, at C.T. Grigore Moisil from Bistrita. His students are 14 to 19 years old. He teaches all chapters of general Physics, i.e. optics, mechanics, thermodynamics, electricity, magnetism, atom’s physics and nuclear physics. During teaching process George uses different methods of simulating experiments, educational soft, games, media resources. He tries to combine in an harmonious way classical methods with new ones offered by modern techniques.

Valerica Ignatescu

Valerica is a Physics and Chemistry teacher. She has been a teacher for over 30 years. Her students are between 11 and 17 years old. She teaches physics in secondary school and chemistry in high school.

Mihaela Garabet

Mihaela Garabet teaches Physics, Science and ICT to students ranging between 12 and 19 years old.

She is an active use of ISE resources.

 

Cristina Nicolaita

Cristina Nicolaita teaches Physics and Computer Science to students between 11 and 15 years old. The school she teaches in is based in Caracal, a town in the South of Romania. 

Cristina is an active use of ISE resources and participates regularly in ISE activities in Romania. She also submitted an entry to the 2014-2015 Learning with Light competition, which was of such high quality that it was Highly Commended.