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 […]
Meredith MacAulay is a teacher, teacher trainer and materials writer based in Sydney, Australia. She has taught English and Spanish to children, teenagers and adults in Australia, the US and Japan for over 20 years as well as being involved in language testing. She is currently teaching EAP direct entry courses to international students pursuing […]
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 […]
Luke Meddings is an ELT teacher, author and teacher trainer. He was a co-founder with Scott Thornbury of the dogme in ELT movement, and their award-winning book Teaching Unplugged was published in 2009. He was Deputy Editor of EL Gazette, wrote a monthly teaching column for the Guardian online, and co-founded the round with Lindsay Clandfield in 2011.
Sandy Millin is a teacher, CELTA trainer, manager and fledgling materials writer. She is based in Bydgoszcz, Poland, where she manages the International House. She also does teacher training around the world and regularly attends and presents at conferences. Her blog, http://sandymillin.wordpress.com, covers all of these areas of her teaching and life, and much more. […]
Christina Rebuffet-Broadus is a freelance business communication trainer and university professor in Grenoble, France. She holds a Master’s degree in English studies with a minor in music. Whenever possible, she likes to blend the arts with business English to help trainees meet their objectives and have a little fun in the process. She blogs about […]
Rachael Roberts is a teacher, teacher trainer and materials writer. She has many years’ experience of observing and giving feedback to teachers on CELTA, DELTA, CELTYL, several ESOL teacher training courses and in-service. Her website, elt-resourceful.com, contains articles on different aspects of teaching and materials writing, as well as regular free downloadable lesson plans.
Shelly Sanchez Terrell is the author of TeacherRebootCamp.com and has trained teachers and learners worldwide. Entities like the ELTons, The New York Times, and Microsoft’s Heroes for Education have recognized her leadership with projects like #Edchat, the Reform Symposium E-Conference, and The 30 Goals Challenge. Connect with her @ShellTerrell.
Matthew Y. Schaefer is an academic Program Manager at Rikkyo University in Tokyo. He completed his DELTA in 2006 and his MA TESOL from Nagoya University of Foreign Studies in 2012. Matthew has also worked as a language teacher and Director of Studies in France, Italy, Spain, and the UK. His research interests include professional […]