Success strategies: a Guide to Official TOEFL iBT Preparation Resources


Thursday, December 14, 2023


11:00 AM Europe/Paris

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Join us as we discuss effective teaching strategies using official prep resources. We will navigate the intricacies of TOEFL iBT® task types and unveil a comprehensive array of official preparation materials at your disposal. Beyond a mere information session, this engaging webinar empowers you to harness these resources effectively, ensuring a confident and proficient approach to the TOEFL iBT test. There will be also time for Q&A.  

This webinar will be recorded and shared with all registrants.   


Thanks to attending this webinar, you will: 

  • Gain insight into a selection of both complimentary and premium TOEFL iBT resources 

  • Acquire proficiency in leveraging these resources optimally for a targeted and result-oriented preparation approach for test takers 

  • Help test takers access resources to succeed on the test 

Celestina Cardoz Maury

Celestina Cardoz Maury is a Senior ELT Coordinator at ETS Global for France, born in Goa and now based in Paris. She has an extensive background in teaching, academic management, and international mobility management. She has a keen interest in teacher development, communication skills, inclusion in education, international mobilities and using literature in the ELT classroom.

Darya Nelidova

Darya Nelidova is an ELT Coordinator for Central Asia at ETS Global. She has experience in teaching and management thanks to her previous roles as a language instructor, lecturer and head of the international development department. Darya holds an Associate degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences from Parkland College, U.S., Bachelor of Science in International Business from NEOMA Business School, France, and Master of Economical Science from AlmaU, Kazakhstan. She is an alumni of U.S. Department of State's FLEX program and European Union's Erasmus+ program scholar.