TTT moderators

TTT moderators

Each TTT group has a moderator. Moderators are the participants who volunteered to help their colleagues with all the problems that might arise and be intermediaries between their groupmates and the organising team. Their role is absolutely vital for TTT, that's why we consider them part of our extended TTT organising team, and provide them with some special perks.

What do they do?


Moderators

Moderators
fill in the attendance sheets,
1
fill in the attendance sheets,
help the group to choose the teacher of the month
2
help the group to choose the teacher of the month
help us to keep the group informed
3
help us to keep the group informed
provide virtual hugs if necessary (^.^)
4
provide virtual hugs if necessary (^.^)

What do they get?

01
more power
Anita Modestova meets with moderators once a month for a mastermind where they share their thoughts on what should be added/changed at TTT and learn all the news firsthand.
02
extra CPD
a special webinar or a training session once in 6 months only for the moderators (something about the business side of the events).
03
discounts
As you probably know, we provide a discount to every TTT participant in case there’s an event organised by our partners. Moderators get the biggest discounts.

Anita + Moderators
meet-ups schedule

Moscow time (GMT+3)


15th January at 1 pm

12th February at 3 pm

12th March at 1 pm

2nd April at 3 pm

7th May at 1 pm

If you are a moderator, study this module

Meet our moderators

Find your moderator
(if you don't know who they are).

Armando Peña
Sunday 12:00 Advanced

Contacts: armando2901@gmail.com
Hello, my name is Armando. I am from Spain. I am a CELTA certified Teacher of English and I hold a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism. I have been teaching for over 18 years to students of different age ranges (young learners and adults) at universities, middle and high school and academies.
What I love most about teaching is that I get to help students and make them see how beautiful this language is and how they can make it useful for their academic and professional lives. Also, because teaching is a process of learning. It requires time to update with the changing syllabus, increasing the scope of the subject. It keeps you busy reading books and creating new materials for your students. Long story short, it makes you a long-life student, hence I have joined Teachers Teach Teachers, a way of sharing knowledge and interact with a fresh group of talented teachers.
It is a new beginning in my journey but I’m sure it will encourage me to work as long as I can. It will keep me lively.

Nadezhda Manokhina
Tuesday 9:00 Advanced

Contacts: nadezhda-yur@mail.ru
Nadezhda Manokhina is a teacher, an entrepreneur, and an English nerd. She got her first teaching job in 2010, started teaching online in 2016, and since 2018 she’s been an ELT entrepreneur working fully online and enjoying every minute of it.
Nadezhda is currently into teaching adults and international exams preparation (IELTS, FCE, CAE, CPE). She’s also running an online speaking club.
Nadezhda shares lifehacks on how to tame English and fall in love with it in her Instagram blog @nadezhda_manokhina.

Yelena Tsimbalyuk
Saturday 12:00 Advanced

Contacts: slenglish@yandex.ru
My name is Yelena Tsimbalyuk and I've been teaching General and Business English to adults for about 20 years. I specialize in teaching English to HR, Talent Development, Marketing and Sales personnel in leading international companies in Russia and abroad. I am an ACTR ACCELS Ugrad alumnus, which means that I won a year of studies in the US sponsored by the Department of State. I've got a TESOL certificate from Mississippi State University (US). I am also an MA in French: I taught French in an American university for 2 years. For about 15 years I was a co-founder and a leading Business English translator in a translation agency working closely with such companies as Adidas, the Tretyakov gallery, Costa Cruises, and Scania. Last year I passed CAE with the C2 grade getting 205 out of 210 points.

Olga Belyakova
Tuesday 11:00 Advanced

Contacts: o.belyakova18@gmail.com
Hi everyone! I’m Olga Belyakova. I’m a moderator of the Tuesdays 11 a.m.
group in General English Track Year 2.
I’m from Cherepovets which is somewhere in between Moscow and St.-Petersburg.
I’m immensely enjoying being a part of TTT project. Though, it took me about half a year to decide whether I should go for it and join the community of like-minded colleagues or not.
To tell you the truth, it was my fear which made me have second thoughts about me being able to make any kind of contribution to this community.
I’ve managed to overcome my fear and joined in last December. As it turned out, I shouldn’t have hesitated. It was totally worth it.
If you are reading this now and you feel scared to join in, just know that you’re not alone and that being a part of TTT definitely pays off.