- PhD, English Language and Intercultural Communication, 2013 Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, United Kingdom
M.A., European Languages and Intercultural Studies, 2003 Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, United Kingdom
B.A., Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL), 1999 Kodolányi János University College, Szekesfehervar, Hungary
- Favorite Spot on Campus
- Favorite Place in Washington DC
- The National Mall
- Krisztina is a progressive and compassionate educator with experience in a range of educational settings: higher, adult, and secondary education. She has taught English Composition, Developmental English, EAP, ESL/EAL, ESOL and EFL courses in Hungary, in England and in the USA. She is an advocate of lifelong learning, professional development, innovative teaching practices, continuous fieldwork and qualitative research in education. She has an inner drive to give extra effort to handle a heavier workload, produce high quality and quantity of work during each semester; therefore, her assignments, her grading rubrics and methods are in constant modification. She creates extra opportunities for students to improve their skills and abilities via instructional videos explaining certain concepts on her YouTube channel, and via frequent posts on her TESOL blog to provide further guidance, also; this is where she shares innovative and stimulating ideas and professional development resources with colleagues and friends. She received the Jack Child Teaching with Technology Award in 2018. She has joined the WATESOL executive board as a PD Chair to promote professional development and networking among Washington area ESL teachers.