Shelly Sanchez Terrell
is a teacher trainer, author, and international speaker. She has been recognized by her peers and various notable entities, such as the ELTon Awards
, The New York Times
, Microsoft’s Heroes for Education
, the Bammy Awards
, Converge Magazine
, the Washington Post
, and NOWComm
as a leader, innovator, and visionary in the movement of teacher driven professional development and connectivity. She is the co-founder of the award-winning #Edchat movement
, the free Reform Symposium Global E-Conference
, The 30 Goals Challenge for Educators
, Virtual Round Table language and technology conference
, and various SMOOCS. She has trained teachers and taught learners in over 20 countries and has consulted with organizations such as UNESCO Bangkok, The European Union aPLaNet Project, Cultura Iglesa of Brazil, the British Council in Tel Aviv, IATEFL Slovenia, HUPE Croatia, and the British Council in South East Asia. She is the host of American TESOL’s Free Friday Webinars
and regularly shares technology tips at Teacher Reboot Camp
and on Twitter, @ShellTerrell
. Keep an eye out for her upcoming book, The 30 Goals Challenge for Educators
published by Routledge
I am available for conferences, workshops, plenaries, and consulting. Your organization can reach me at ShellyTerrell@gmail.com
to discuss arrangements.
Technology trainer, consultant, international speaker, and author of The 30 Goals Challenge for Educators
Host of the Free Friday Webinar Series for American TESOL
Presenter of educational technologies for professional development and the effective integration of various technologies such as mobile learning devices and social media tools. I've presented in 0ver 20 countries and trained teachers online in over 100 countries.
Presenter/Education Panel Organizer for the 140 Character Conferences
. Mentioned in the press
Organizer of the Award Winning/Nominated online conferences The Reform Symposium
and the Virtual Round Table Online Conference
Organizer/Moderator of #Edchat
English language teacher to university students, graduate students, high school students, adults, and children. I have taught offline and online classes to English language learners of various proficiencies in several countries including Germany, Greece, and the US.
Author of the Teacher Reboot Camp blog
which features free resources and materials for integrating various technologies in educational institutes to help all learners succeed.
Researcher interested in improving the learning outcomes of English language learners and other students with learning needs through the effective integration of various online technologies.
Developer of educational e-newsletter for Getasitter.com database of 500 babysitters. Created logo and content.
Web content designer for several enterprises.
Launched a volunteer organization, which established artist interaction in the community. Entailed networking with community leaders, local charities, and artists. Ethos achieved the SAMMinistries
2001 Volunteer Group of the Year Award for the creation of a music and arts program for homeless children.
Since 2004, I have taught beginner, intermediate, and advanced English Language Learners of various ages, cultures, and backgrounds in Germany, America, and Greece. I started teaching college students and high school students for the University of Incarnate Word in Texas. Recently, I taught English to children, teens, and adult students in Germany and worked as an online technology and English instructor. Since 1994, I have worked in the US K-12 education system. My areas include working with low income students, learners with special needs, English language learners, and learners in juvenile facilities/ alternative schools. I have my Bachelors in English with a Minor in Communication with a Specialization in Electronic Media, my Master of Arts in Education with a Specialization in Curriculum and Instruction for English as a Second Language, and my CELTA. Since 2000, I have also worked as a free lance web designer, content writer, and editor.