EWJ is driven by the interests and involvement of our incredible community of passionate educators and lifelong learners. We are a growing Teacher Community focused on improving our collection of education-based content and enhancing our forum experience. We pride ourselves on being a great resource and offering the opportunity for users to engage with a variety of topics in an interesting and safe online environment.
WE CARE ABOUT YOUR PROFESSIONAL GROWTH
IT ALL HAPPENS HERE.
What You Need to Know
We’ve been putting a lot of work into making sure our online events exceed your expectations, and we’re always excited to announce some of what’s being scheduled at Educational Webinar Jam.
They're meant to inspire, teach, and be enjoyed by audiences across the world.
Join Us From Wherever You Are.
Participating in our events from anywhere around the world is easier than ever before. Make sure to spread the word to friends near and far. Simply go online at the date and time of the event and follow the steps.
Try all the links on our site beforehand to avoid technical difficulties, and get in touch if you have any issues.
Brains Behind EWJ
As a passionate and detail-oriented professional, I enjoy approaching complex projects with a holistic approach. A large part of my success while working with teachers and students stems from my ability to cultivate an intuitive understanding of their needs, and spearhead the project from there.
Maria Zaheer (Founder)
The 'Educational Webinar Jam' founder is a highly-skilled Cambridge Certified Teacher Trainer with extensive knowledge of the latest and most effective teaching methodologies. She holds Senior Fellowship in Higher education (SFHEA) and Master in TESOL and Applied Linguistics from the U.K. with additional qualifications of Cert TESOL and PTLLS. She has worked in esteemed institutions and received multiple recognition awards for her research in teaching methods and development workshops, which have proven to be both creatively innovative and best practices for an ever-changing generation of students.