Creatives

Duncan Foord

Duncan Foord is the Director of OxfordTEFL, Barcelona. He has 25 years experience in language teaching, teacher training and school leadership and management. He is the author of the Developing Teacher (Delta Publishing, 2009) and the Language Teachers Survival Handbook with Lindsay Clandfield (Its Magazines, 2008). He is lead trainer on the OxfordTEFL Leadership in ELT course (on […]

Stephen Greene

Stephen Greene is a freelance teacher, teacher trainer and materials writer based in Curitiba in the south of Brazil.  He has been involved in teaching English for nearly 20 years with experience in Poland, Taiwan, Russia, the UK and Brazil. He holds an MA in Linguistics from The University of Birmingham where he specialised in […]

Rachael Harris

Rachael has taught English as a foreign language for over twenty years, and she now teaches young learners and teens in a Geneva secondary and primary school where she has produced the SEN policy statement as well as being external examinations and Advanced English coordinator. She is Teens SIG coordinator for ETAS (English teachers association […]

Andy Hockley

Andy Hockley is a freelance educational management consultant and teacher trainer based in deepest Transylvania. After 15 years of teaching English in many different and diverse countries – including Portugal, Micronesia, Occupied Palestine, Turkey, and the UAE – he moved into management (completing an MA in International and Intercultural Management) and worked as an educational […]

Nicky Hockly

Nicky Hockly is an author, teacher and trainer with several methodology books already under her belt. She is Director of Pedagogy of The Consultants-E and specialises in ICT in ELT. When not writing books, she can be found on her blog E-moderation Station, on Twitter (@theConsultantsE), and on Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn. You can read more about […]

Hall Houston

Hall Houston is a language teacher in the Department of Applied English at Kainan University in Taoyuan, Taiwan. He has a Master’s degree in Foreign Language Education from The University of Texas at Austin. He is the author of several books about language teaching, including Provoking Thought and The ELT Daily Journal. His practical articles […]

Özge Karaoğlu

I am a 30+ year old English teacher, a freelance teacher trainer and educational consultant in teaching young/very young learners + teaching with web based technologies; for international organizations, schools and institutes in Istanbul,Turkey. I am currently working at a private school as an EFL teacher in kindergarten and enjoying every minute of it. I am […]

Philip Kerr

Philip Kerr is a teacher trainer, lecturer and materials writer. His books include the coursebook series Inside Out and Straightforward (both with Macmillan) , and the methodology titles Translation and Own-Language Activities (CUP)  and How to Write Vocabulary Presentations and Practice (ELT Teacher 2 Writer). He is the author of numerous blogs, including the popular Adaptive Learning in […]

Robert Lowe

Robert J. Lowe is a lecturer in the Department of English Communication at Tokyo Kasei University, Japan. He has a DipTESOL and an MA in Applied Linguistics and is currently a PhD student at Canterbury Christ Church University where his research is supervised by professor Adrian Holliday. His research interests include Native-speakerism, critical applied linguistics, […]