Jeremy Levin is an English teacher that specializes in educational technology. He is always at the forefront of new educational applications and strives to find technological ways to create better student engagement, and also lighten and streamline the often cumbersome teacher workload. He is on the executive committee for TESOL France. He has organized many pedagogical workshops with well-known guest speakers on various topics such as Creativity in the classroom (Chaz Pugliese), Improvisation (Peter Dyer), Storytelling (Martin Goosey).

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