Manoli, Androniki, Shadow Teacher/ LEP Instructor
Androniki Manoli was born and raised in Athens, Greece. She has been working at ACS Athens since 2021. She received her B.A. degree in Philosophy, Pedagogy and Psychology from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. She holds an M.A. in Special Educational Needs from the University of Leeds, UK.
Ms. Manoli worked as a Special Educational Needs educator in the UK for 2 years where she practiced various evidence-based interventions. She also worked for three years at the Amsterdam International Community School as a Substitute and a Learning Support Teacher, which is an inquiry-based and student-oriented school. During her bachelor's degree, she volunteered at SOS Children’s Villages, where she implemented psycho-educational activities to enhance the emotional, social, and cognitive skills of children aged 4-7 years old. While in the UK and the Netherlands Ms. Manoli taught Greek as a foreign language.
Ms. Manoli has also attended several seminars and professional development workshops some of which include, “Applied Behavior Analysis”, “Autism Awareness & Visual Supports including PECS (Picture Exchange Communication System)” and “Refugee and Immigrant Education and Support: Intercultural Views and Practical Applications”, among others. She speaks Greek, English, and Spanish.
She is adept at creating a positive difference in her student’s learning development by promoting a socially just, multicultural classroom environment that delivers meaningful and long-lasting results for a diverse range of needs and interests. Committed to acting not only as a teacher but also as a mentor. Passionate about implementing inclusive teaching strategies and differentiation empowers all students to reach their maximum potential.