Eliana is a secondary school Philosophy teacher and freelance writer. She facilitates discussions on ‘the good life’, the moral value of food and the ethics of virtual worlds.To this effect, she is interested in exploring how virtual reality can be used (and abused) in Humanities classrooms. Recently Eliana has written on how wellbeing is maintained through shared spaces in Taiwan and through ‘Eurotrash’ aesthetics in Athens and on a personal note, through the social clubs of the inner northern suburbs. As a graduate teacher herself, she has been collecting anecdotal experiences of graduate teacher wellbeing, delving into the reasons behind high dropout rate of new teachers. She enjoys the occasional game of squash and is passionate about making school a place that students want to be at, even on Monday mornings.