I have been involved in ICT since computers became part of the education system in the UK, enjoying using computers to enhance teaching and learning in many aspects of education from primary teaching through to teacher training and latterly ELT. I have used virtual worlds for education for the last six years and currently enjoy […]
Daniel Barber is a teacher, teacher trainer and writer with twenty years’ experience in the classroom. He writes for Macmillan and Richmond and, with Duncan Foord, runs a blog LearnerCoachingELT. He appears regularly on OneStopEnglish.com, at conferences, and he occasionally tweets @BarberDaniel.
After a short stint teaching in-company in Spain, Barney returned to the UK and has worked as a business English trainer for Marcus Evans Linguarama ever since. As well as teaching students, Barney is also responsible for teacher training, helping his colleagues to use computer technology effectively in the classroom. He is an established materials […]
David Boughton has taught English as a second language for the last ten years, mainly in Canada, Mexico, and online. During that time he was also the Academic Director for a language training company in Toronto, having the opportunity to create programs for ESL, EAP, high school, and corporate training. David is currently developing […]
Robert is an author and singer-songwriter based in Barcelona, Spain. Over the past few years he has written several ELT readers including Owl Hall (Macmillan) and The Green Room (Helbling) which won a Language Learner Literature Award in 2013. He’s one of the co-authors of Beyond, a new international secondary course to be published in […]
Lindsay Clandfield is a Canadian author, trainer and teacher based in Spain. As well as co-founding the round with Luke Meddings, Lindsay is the series editor of the Delta Teacher Development Series, the lead author of the critically-acclaimed Global Series, and the force behind the popular blog Six Things.
Magnus Coney has lived and worked in Milan since 2010, when he is the teacher training coordinator at International House. He mainly runs CELTA and other external teaching courses, as well as being responsible for the in-school TD programme and teaching lessons whenever possible. He doesn’t blog and he doesn’t tweet, but sometimes wonders if […]
Gerhard Erasmus has an MSc Ed TEFL, a PGCE and a Cambridge Delta. He is currently the Director of Studies at a language centre in Taipei, Taiwan and actively involved in teacher training, from entry level qualifications to tutoring on the Cambridge Delta. He has authored a Young Learners series and consulted on various curriculum […]
Tom Ewens is from the UK and holds a Master’s degree in TESOL and Applied Linguistics, an IHC and a CertIBET. He has seven years teaching experience and has worked in Peru, South Korea, the UK and Kazakhstan. He is also an experienced ELT conference speaker and materials writer. His research interests include collaborative learning and the teaching […]