Dr. Frank Bonkowski is an educational writer, English language teacher, and web publisher, specializing in Business English for non-native speakers.He wrote Write Now: Business Writing That Gets Results, a handy reference for freelance consultants, managers, employees and business. He consulted on nine textbook projects, both as course writer and project manager in some cases.He teaches at college level in Montreal, Canada, at Cégep de Saint-Laurent. He’s presently focused on creating online learning courses for business English.
Jason R. Levine
Jason R Levine conducts workshops for English students and teachers worldwide through Gallery Languages and as an English Specialist with the U.S. Department of State. He also works at Linguaid as a teacher trainer and digital learning expert. Jason has eighteen years of experience as an English teacher, teacher trainer, and materials writer. He has led teacher training programs in seventeen countries in Europe, the Americas, Africa, and the Middle East. He is the creator of the English Workout Method, an approach to English language learning based on the songs he writes and performs as Fluency MC. He also writes for several publishers, including Oxford University Press. In 2013, he created and launched ELT Techniques, the first live MOOC for English language teachers.
Sylvia is an online English teacher, teacher-trainer, edtech facilitator, educational community developer, writer, and blogger who facilitates professional development online. She uses brain-friendly techniques to help students and teachers around the world. She designs educational materials, develops courses, writes resource papers and publishes ebooks. Her work is the result of much research into the psychology of learning, as well as hands-on experience with multi-media technology.
Graham Jones is an English-language teacher with a degree in astrophysics. He has run courses in Argentina, the Congo, Indonesia, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Spain, Turkey and the UK. One of his current roles is teaching undergraduate English classes at the University of Shiga Prefecture in Japan. Graham is also behind SkypeRead, a global project designed for remote, cross-border teams that use English as a working language.
Jaime Miller started teaching TOEFL lessons online in 2010 to make a difference and have more freedom.Today, she is booked solid and helps other English teachers get known, respected and paid for their lessons.Her newest program, Online Teacher Launchpad™ for TOEFL iBT, gives English teachers a fail-proof opportunity to transition into an online teaching career quickly and easily.
Jack Askew is an online ESL/EFL teacher, a web designer, and blogger.Over the past few years he has built up a reputation as a teacher who gives great value to his students.He mainly teaches students who have an intermediate level or are preparing for the IELTS exam, but he also has experience teaching students from different countries and with different levels.He has also expanded his teaching business by offering different courses, products, and services.He works at home, sets up his own schedule, helps learners accomplish their dreams, and loves every minute of what he does
Rob Howard is the owner of Online Language Center, a live online course for C1/C2 level students. He is a teacher, tutor, trainer, material designer and writer for ESL/EFL. He is also a consultant and has been a frequent speaker internationally regarding online retention as well as using technology in and out of the classroom. He is also the founder of EFLtalks utilizing social media to build a worldwide PLN for new and future language teachers.
During his 30 + years in education Chuck been a classroom teacher, a university professor, an English language program director, a teacher trainer, an editor, and a MOOC coordinator. He has taught courses ranging from rhetoric & poetics to intercultural studies & cross-cultural communication, designed language programs in a variety of settings, and worked with learners of all ages, both face-to-face & online. Along the way he has coauthored several best-selling English language textbooks, led workshops, seminars & retreats for teachers all over the world, and cofounded the International Teacher Development Institute (iTDi)
Jennifer England is a Canadian who has been living and teaching English in Spain for close to 20 years. Through her experience, she has come to learn that the missing piece of the English puzzle, for most of her students, is the ability to practice what they have learned, in a safe environment, without fear of failure. Jennifer has recently launched English Laboratory, an innovative online English learning and fluency platform.
Jack Prince has been working in ELT (UK, Germany, Ecuador, Austria & Italy) for almost two decades as a Business English trainer & coach, materials writer and Cambridge examiner and began teaching online about 13 years ago (he has seen some significant changes in the technology!). He is author and co-developer of the EmailWriter app and also writes the Business English Blog.Currently he is the Business Development and Academic manager at British Study Centres English Online, an online language school.
Dr. Nellie Deutsch is the founder of Integrating Technology and Moodle for Teachers (M4T) social learning networks. She organises MOOCs, Moodle training, online conferences, webinars and teaching with technology as a way to learn. She is a blended and e-learning expert and is the author of Instructor Experiences with Implementing Technology in Blended Learning Courses.
Russell Stannard is the winner of the Times Outstanding Initiative in ICT and the British Council ELTons award. He is the founder of www.teachertrainingvideos.com a website that trains teachers in using technology in their teaching and is visited by more than 300,000 teachers each year.He mainly trains teachers in using technologies such as Adobe Connect, Moodle, Techsmith Camtasia and Google Products. He has built up a world wide reputation as a trainer/consultant in educational technology and has worked with a huge client base.
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