David Boughton

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Wilma Luth

Wilma Luth is a freelance ELT teacher and teacher trainer who recently moved back to Canada after living and working in Japan for 21 years. She loves helping teachers develop the skills to become reflective practitioners and has mentored teachers in Japan, the USA, Costa Rica, Laos, Korea, and Canada. Reflective practice is the most […]

Robert Campbell

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 […]

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 […]

Tyson Seburn

I am a language teacher who specialises in English for academic purposes (EAP) contexts and has a passion for social media and professional development. I coordinate a foundational program for international students and teach academic reading & writing at the University of Toronto. I founded #EAPchat/#tleap, blog at 4CinELT and manage the ELT Event Calendar. You can connect […]

Michael McCollister

Michael McCollister lives and works in Taichung, Taiwan. He has been a full-time faculty member at Feng Chia University’s Language Center since 1997. He previously served as head of the Center’s Foreign Language Division and spent four years as director of the Center. He has published two test banks of reader quizzes and has presented on Extensive […]

Mari Varsányi

Mari Varsányi is a Budapest-born ELT teacher, curriculum coordinator, trainer and translator, based in Amsterdam. She has recently taken on the exciting position of primary program coordinator at a new international school for immigrants. Fascinated by diversity, she finds great pleasure in exploring the power of cooperation, open-mindedness and empathy. She blogs about experimental ELT […]