July 2021

David Hayes

David Hayes Dr David Hayes is a Professor of Applied Linguistics at Brock University, Ontario, Canada, Originally from the UK. He has an extensive experience of curriculum development, continuing professional development, teacher educator and teacher training programmes world, particularly in West Africa, South and Southeast Asia. His current research focuses on equity in English language […]

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Kimkong Heng

Kimkong Heng Kimkong Heng has recently submitted his PhD thesis to the School of Education at the University of Queensland, Australia. He is a co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of the Cambodian Education Forum and the Cambodian Journal of Educational Research. He also serves as a visiting senior research fellow at the Cambodia Development Center and a

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Emma Heyderman

Emma Heyderman Emma Heyderman has been involved in ELT since 1989. Her first job in ELT was in Lacunza, a large International House School with its central offices in San Sebastian, Spain where she gained experience in teacher a range of ages, levels and focus (general, exams and business) Over the summers, she words for

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Adrian Holliday

Adrian Holliday

Dr. Adrian Holliday is Professor of Applied Linguistics at Canterbury Christ Church University, where he supervises doctoral research in the critical sociology of language education and intercultural communication. He began his career as a British Council teacher in Iran in the 1970s. During the 1980s he setup the English for Specific Purpose centre at Damascus

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Jenny Joshua

Dr Jennifer Joshua has vast knowledge and experience in education. Her expertise in teaching, training, administration and advising at different levels of the education sector, over 40 years, together with her passion for language and literacy has enabled her to spearhead many reading, language and literacy teacher development initiatives in South Africa. One such initiative

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Jamie Keddie

Jamie Keddie

Jamie Keddie is a European-based teacher, teacher trainer, writer and presenter. He is the founder of Lessonstream, the site that was formerly known as TEFLclips and winner of a British Council ELTons award. His publications include Images and Bringing Online Video into the Classroom, both published by Oxford University Press. As well as visual materials, Jamie is interested

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Andrew Keedwell

Andrew Keedwell

Andrew Keedwell has been involved in education for over thirty years, working in South-East Asia, the South Caucasus, India, Eastern Europe, the Middle East and East Africa as a teacher, teacher-trainer and ELT manager. His experience includes the development and delivery of English for the oil industry, support for the British Council Peacekeeping Project in

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Globe: A Virtual Home for English Language Educators around the World

Globe: A Virtual Home for English Language Educators around the World English Language Teacher (ELT) Professional Development is often a top -down process directed from education ministries using trainers or key experts to run workshops and deliver training sessions. One of the problems with such a blanket approach can be that content does not always meet the

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Simon Greenall Award

Simon Greenall Award Globe is proud to announce its collaboration with the Simon Greenall Award, for projects that “bring people together through learning English”.   This is sponsored by International House World Organisation, Macmillan Education, and International House London. Globe has offered 12 month memberships to the runners up, which will enable them to develop

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