Nadina Carmen Nicolici

Nadina Carmen Nicolici

English and French teacher, project coordinator
  • 11:30-12:15 - Day 1

Drobeta Turnu Severin, Romania


The aim of this workshop is to connect teachers from various countries to extend their understanding of media literacy and critical thinking with a focus on global skills, and to provide them with practical ideas they can incorporate in their regular English classes. By the end of the session the participants will be able to: increase their knowledge about media literacy (what it is, how important it is, what the dangers are if we ignore it, what impact it has on our lives); learn new methods so that they can raise awareness among their students and the communities they live in on this topic; learn what they can do practically in their classes so that their students can become more active citizens in the global world with a focus on media literacy, critical thinking and global skills; find ideas and partners to set up collaborative projects with school communities in order to promote global awareness related to one of the threats of the century and the world we live in; connect and share with other educators; find out resources they can access and use while setting up activities dealing with media literacy, and global skills.

How can incorporate media literacy and critical thinking with a focus on global skills in our classrooms?


Nadina Carmen Nicolici is a teacher of English and French as foreign languages in “Lorin Salagean” Technical High School in Drobeta Turnu Severin, Mehedinti County. So far, she has been coordinating and participating together with her students and her peers in more than 175 national and international educational projects and partnerships, having as partners European or international schools (USA, Brazil, Ghana, Iran, Senegal, etc.). Among the projects she coordinated and implemented: Confident Teacher, Well-off Community, English Language Program for Youth and Learning English, Sharing Culture (funded by US Embassy), Erasmus+, Comenius, ePals, eTwinning, Teaching with Europeana, global volunteering campaigns (Paper cranes for Japan, Paper beads for water, Literacy Challenge, Flowers for Nepal), and she worked with national and international organizations on projects focused on the environmental protection.

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