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Tamara Parsons - Teacher, trainer, EdTech enthusiast, conference speaker and founder of ELT.Training. CELTA and DipTESOL qualified. Likes learning new skills, hopping out of the comfort zone and collaborating with other teachers. Particularly interested in pron, ELF and the fluency/accuracy debate. https://www.facebook.com/ELT.Training
Olivia Price-Bates - ADOS, teacher trainer, teacher and Cambridge Oral Examiner in southern Italy. Special interests lie in visual storytelling, promoting creativity in the classroom and reflective practice. Passionate about professional development and blogs regularly about her exploration into all things ELT at www.learninglessonsfromTEFL.com
André Hedlund - Chevening Scholar from Brazil, MSc in Psychology of Education from the University of Bristol, UK, and pedagogical consultant for National Geographic Learning. EFL teacher for over 15 years and current president of Partners of the Americas Goiás and representative of BRAZ-
TESOL’s Mind, Brain, and Education Special Interest Group. www.edcrocks.com
Gabriella Kovàcs -
Internationally certified language coach, business communication trainer (B.Ed., M.A.), mentor and teacher trainer. Behind the idea of founding an organisation to support all professionals interested in language coaching, which has manifested in ILCA (International Language Coaching Association).www.internationallanguagecoaching.com
Hal - Hal of Halandsteve english here :) I moved from the southern U.S to Korea 8 years ago to teach english. Making changes within the classroom didn’t seem to be significant enough, so I branched out of the classroom into materials and methodology along the way. These days I feel much more in my element! Feel free to contact me. Here is a free sample of our work :)
Philip Pound - Originally from Ireland, has lived in Tokyo, Japan for 6 years; China and the UK. Previous to ELT worked in sales. Founder of EFL Magazine just over 5 years ago, and in that time the site has amassed over 500 articles on ELT. www.eflmagazine.com
Tim Goodier - Member of the core authoring group for the CEFR Companion Volume with New Descriptors, and ongoing consultant the Council of Europe for the further development of the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages). Previous roles in education include Head of Academic Development (Eurocentres), teacher, teacher-trainer, examiner, course-developer, school inspector and Eaquals Trustee. Won a British Council ELTons award for MA dissertation with best potential impact on ELT, concerning teacher perpectives on the pedagogic exploitation of CEFR ‘can do’ descriptors.
Neil Anderson - Teacher and teacher educator (primarily CELTA/DELTA) based in Hungary. Main pedagogical interests centre around fluency-to-accuracy approaches to instruction such as Dogme and Task-Based Learning. Co-author of Activities for Task-Based Learning with Neil McCutcheon, and together we run a blog dedicated to practical TBL lessons: https://fluencyfirstelt.blog/
Daniela Petrovska - DipTESOL qualified teacher, translator, materials writer/copywriter from Skopje, Macedonia. With a relentless desire for travel and indulgence in different cultures, considers herself a citizen of the world. Has taught English in her home country Macedonia, Spain, Russia and the Czech Republic. Assessment specialist with an aptitude for creating fun activities for her classes.
James York -
Associate professor at Tokyo Denki University researching game-based language learning as a methodology for teaching English as a Foreign Language (EFL) to Japanese university undergraduates. A particular interest is the pedagogical implementation of both analog and digital games in language learning contexts, both face-to-face and virtual. Learn more about his projects on this blog or in exquisite detail in the Ludic Language Pedagogy journal walkthrough.
Specialist Teacher - qualified in Dyslexia Assessment and Teaching (York University/ Dyslexia Action). Lifelong interest in the process of learning and in particular, how teachers can be sure that learning has taken place. Currently contracted to the RAF, enabling Dyslexic personnel to achieve their potential, academically and professionally. Independent Consultant, supporting schools and academy chains in improving their SEND provision, using my INSTED approach.
Studied sociology and psychology at the University of Western Ontario in Canada. Has taught English as a foreign language to students in Morocco for 6 years while studying the challenges faced by educators in areas of low literacy. Also a co-founder at Kings English, a company dedicated to providing resources and support for teachers as well as online English lessons for students of all levels
Sarah Bromley -
Founder of Big Languages, a company that develops digital products for language learning. Has a BA in Linguistics & Phonetics, a CELTA and an MSc in Digital Product Development. Has worked for BBC Languages and taught at Cambridge House in Madrid.
Karl Millsom -
EFL teacher and Teacher Trainer who has lived and worked in Indonesia since 2008. Began training teachers in the TESOL context, but is now motivated to introduce TESOL methodology to teachers of other subjects.
Eric Oscar Wesch -(M.Ed) Assistant Professor currently teaching at Daegu Catholic University in South Korea. He also has a YouTube channel focused on teaching and helping EFL teachers in the classroom. You can find his channel, Etacude, here
Richard Osborne- CELTA and DELTA qualified language trainer and business owner. Started teaching professional English a decade ago in Paris and became quickly involved in using digital training tools. Now provides personalised training for other language trainers and their organisations on how to integrate digital tools into their programmes and classroom practices.