Mr. Emmanuel Escueta, the developer of Verbathon, was awarded
the Prime Minister’s Award for Excellence in Teaching in 2016.
Mr. Emmanuel Escueta is a French Immersion Teacher in the Coquitlam School District in British Columbia, Canada. He started his career in Manitoba in 1989 first as an FSL (French as a Second Language) then as an Immersion teacher. Emmanuel moved to BC in 1996. He completed his Masters degree on Educational Leadership at SFU in July of 2013. Emmanuel was awarded the Prime Miniter’s Award for Excellence in Teaching in May, 2016. Emmanuel develops educational resources like VERBATHON® and RÉQUEST!™ which is available in French, Spanish and German. He has presented Verbathon workshops at local, national and regional conferences in the US and Canada including APPIPC (BC Association of Immersion Teachers), ACPI (National Association of French Immersion Teachers), and SWCOLT (Southwest Foreign Language Teachers) in the US. For more information regarding workshops, please contact Escutech Educational Products Ltd. through this website.
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