Elisabeth Collins has been involved with the IB since the year 2000 in many different roles, related to assessment and curriculum design of Computer Science. Currently she facilitates online workshops and leads face-to-face workshops. She contributed to the development of the last curriculum review of Computer Science, which produced the current guide. After spending most of her teaching career in international schools in Europe, including some years as Computer Coordinator at the International School of Milan, she now acts as freelance lecturer for the SciencesPo university in Menton, France.
Asha Rani started teaching DP in 2000 and since then has been involved with IBDP/MYP/IGSCE technology subjects. During her teaching career she taught in Asia, Middle East and Europe. Her experience as DP head, HOD(IB Computer Science/ITGS)/ Coordinator(IB EE)/ MYP Leader & Advisor(Design) has allowed her to visualize the requirements and support the education system in the multi-cultural environment of the schools.
Asha has been leading face to face workshop for DP Computer Science since 2011 in Middle East/Europe region. Lately she started facilitating online workshops for Computer Science. She has been involved in moderating Computer science Internal Assessments.
Asha fascinated by the IB, and the manner in which it shapes the life of an individual. She feels she is continuously growing as an international educator.
Praise for Elizabeth"Elizabeth made sure eveyone was involved, had a voice, got a chance to speak." - Anonymous
"Elizabeth is very knowledgeable and knows how to deliver the content clearly" - Anonymous