Dr Elerian has a Ph.D. in International Relations and European Studies, and a Master’s degree in History. She spent 10 years teaching History and Geography in international schools where she was responsible for the development, internationalisation and implementation of courses in History, Geography, Sociology and Media Studies from Key Stage 3 up to IGCSE and A-level. Having completed a Post Graduate Certificate in Education, Dr Elerian has a pedagogical competence in lesson planning & implementation, assessment, class management, and resource development. She is an Examiner and Assessment Specialist for Cambridge Assessment International Education. Moreover, Dr Elerian has been involved in various international educational programs, such as Model United Nations, European Youth Parliament and International Duke of Edinburgh’s Award.
Her knowledge and experience allow her to relate effectively to students’ diverse cultural backgrounds and address diverse audiences. Dr Elerian specialises in the fields of International and Intercultural Education. She publishes her work in International Schools Journal, as well as academic peer-reviewed journals where she also acts as a peer reviewer. She is a member of the British Society for Educational Studies, and a member of the Roster of professionals for the Association for Historical Dialogue and Research.