Our speakers - are representatives from Russia, the USA, South Africa, and school principals using the School of Tomorrow curriculum.
Dr. Len Stolyarchuk
Owner/CEO of the International School of Tomorrow in Russia. Dr. Stolyarchuk has been the coordinator of the School of Tomorrow program in the CIS and Baltic countries since 1996. He oversees the work of more than 80 schools in Russia, Ukraine, Moldova, Kazakhstan, Georgia and Estonia. He regularly speaks at teacher and student forums for the international community of schools involved in the School of Tomorrow program in the USA, Great Britain, Canada, Australia, South Africa, Singapore, Brazil and the Philippines.
He holds the honorary title of Doctor of Computer Science and Management from IAISB.
Vice-Principal of the International School of Tomorrow in educational work. Mrs. Stolyarchuk has been a member of the ISOT team since 1993. She oversees the work of the school staff in the Russian state curriculum for on-campus and online education. She also coordinates the implementation and development of distance learning technologies with individual students and educational partners.
has authored her own system of developmental and educational techniques for children and runs the Olga Soboleva School, an international online school for the study of Russian; she has written many educational children’s storybooks, coursebooks, teacher’s books, dictionaries and reference books. Among them is “The Rainbow of Speech”, which has touched the lives of many children, and “The new alphabet book for pre-schoolers and first-graders” that is loved by teachers and parents alike. She runs training programs for educators and parents, works closely with OBRUCH magazine, which specializes in preschool and elementary school education, and has been successfully implementing her programs in bilingual settings.
Vice-Principal of the International School of Tomorrow.
Mrs. Benedik has been working at the International School of Tomorrow since its opening over 20 years ago. She leads numerous projects organized by the school and speaks at annual seminars and trainings for school principals and teachers in the CIS and Baltic countries. Julia Benedik is the head specialist in presenting the work of the individualized bilingual education system in diplomatic circles of the international community of Moscow. She is also a leading expert on international accreditation.
Teacher and methodologist of the International School of Tomorrow.
Mr. Nikolsky first started working with the School of Tomorrow program in 1992 at secondary school No. 17 in Vladimir City. Since 2000, he has been working at the International School of Tomorrow. Mr. Nikolsky’s students are multiple participants and winners of regional, European and international competitions. At present, he is directly involved in organizing training courses for teachers based on the School of Tomorrow program. He also oversees the Iowa Assessments in schools in the CIS and Baltic countries.кол
Vice Principal of the International School of Tomorrow in non-academic activities.
She comes from a teaching dynasty and is an English teacher, head of children’s and pedagogical projects and forums (Oleg Mityaev’s Children's Studio “Bright Future”, Children and Youth Territory of the Ilmen Festival “Republic of the Future”, International Association of Extra-Curricular Education Teachers “Children Deserve Our Best”). At The International School of Tomorrow, she oversees the student council and non-academic subject development in the CIS and Baltic countries.
Vice principal of the International School of Tomorrow.
Natalia Stafeeva has been working at the International School for over 20 years. She organizes numerous projects in the school and also speaks at annual seminars and trainings for school principals and teachers in the CIS and Baltic countries. Natalia Stafeeva is the head specialist of the school in academics and teaching ESL in various forms (including online and part-time education). She is also one of the main experts in school organization and management.
Supervisor of International School of Tomorrow, Moscow, Russia
David Jordan was a Supervisor for Teacher's Training and an ABC's Supervisor in Nigeria, West Africa. Was an Elemetary class supervisor in Seoul, South Korea. Oversaw the implementation of the ACE program in Santiago, Chile and also launched ACE's ESL program in various locations throughout the city. Conducted Supervisor's Training and oversaw the ACE program in an international school in Bangkok, Thailand. Was a Supervisor of a multi-grade classroom and oversaw the homeschool department at a private school in Michigan City, Indiana, USA. Former ACE Global Development Regional Director for CIS/Baltic States, Europe, and South Africa. Attended an ACE school and also the ACE International Institute.
History and social studies teacher in the International School of Tomorrow. He is a School of Tomorrow graduate from St. Petersburg and has received degrees in Education, English and History. He is a post-graduate student of the Department of Social Education St. Petersburg Academy of Applied Politics and is engaged in scientific activity. He is and active participant of intellectual competitions held by the club “What? Where? When?". At the International School of Tomorrow, besides teaching social studies he curates the Olympiads including the Bilingual Distant Olympiad, and runs the school club of intellectual games.
Linguist and teacher (MSLU 2011). Julia Stolyarchuk has been conducting IELTS and TOEFL exam preparation courses at the International School of Tomorrow since 2012. She is a holder of TKT and CPE certificates, and studies and implements current approaches and methods of teaching foreign languages to teens and adults, as well as CPD opportunities for English teachers.
Child and family psychologist, author of articles on psychological topics. She creates and leads educational programs for children of different ages, and psychological support groups for parents and teachers. Most of all she likes teaching very young learners, so at ISOT he works in the preschool group. “I love when work gives joy, inspiration, and the opportunity to be creative for both students and teachers.” I spend my free time with my family, I love traveling, reading and dancing.”
Teacher of Russian language and literature. Chairperson of the school’s methodological association, she has been teaching for over 35 years.
She worked at secondary school No. 20 in Sarov, Nizhny Novgorod Region. For 20 years, she conducted research work with high school students. For 10 years her, students won prizes in city olympiads and conferences and at the international youth conference in St. Petersburg (2004-2014). Throughout the years as a teacher she has been running a club to prepare medalists for exams. For three years she was an expert in grading the work of 9th and 11th grade students.
She has been a teacher of Russian language and literature at the International School of Tomorrow online courses since 2012. Since 2015, it has been organizing face-to-face consultations and mock exams for students of the 9th, 10th, and 11th grades of the Moscow School of Pedagogical Sciences.
Experienced teacher and head of the methodological association of the natural science cycle in the International School of Tomorrow on-campus and online courses. He has been working in the field of education for over 10 years and has extensive experience in teaching math and science online. He has a responsible attitude to his duties, the desire to demonstrate methodological skills in his activities, the the ability to be creative in solving a variety of pedagogical problems. Focuses on creating positive motivation for children to study the subject.
Preschool teacher at International School of Tomorrow.
He is an honorary knight of the military-historical club Arme, as well as a specialist in the field of early development of children. He is a trained Montessori teacher for children aged 0-3 and 3-6, and a mentor in Christian children's camps.
Teacher of history and social studies at International School of Tomorrow.
Tatyana Ivanovna has been working at the International School for 12 years, 11 of them in the distance education department, from the very beginning of its opening. She is a member of the EU-Russia Cooperation Program EuropeAid Tacis 2005 / 106-521, an active participant in the annual seminars and trainings organized by the school, and Fall Conventions. Tatyana Ivanovna - comes from a teaching dynasty and is a teacher of the highest category. She is a specialist in the preparing high school students for the state final certification in history and social science.