Remoun Shenouda is from Egypt. He is a high school teacher in Egypt, teaching English as a first foreign language to students from 14 to 18 years of age. He holds a bachelor degree in Arts and Education of teaching English. He graduated from the faculty of education, English department, Sohag University and has been teaching English since 1999. Remoun was granted a scholarship to study methodology in England, Norwich (University of East Anglia) in 2007. He was also granted a scholarship from the department of state to study international leadership in Education at Kent State University, Ohio, from January to May 2015. He also participated in internship in Streetsboro High School, Ohio. Finally, he was awarded a Fulbright scholarship to teach the Egyptian culture and literature as well as studying academic courses at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. He is currently doing his masters degree in teaching English as a second language.
Awards and Certificates
• Bachelor degree in English 1998
• ICDL of computer in 2009
• A certificate of completion program from East Anglia, England 2007.
• A certificate of completion leadership in education program from Kent State University, Ohio.
• A certificate of completion leadership in education program from the State department.
• ILETS test with an overall score 7.5
• A certificate from Streetsboro High School for teaching for one semester on the Egyptian literature.