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Marta Bujakowska

Marta Bujakowska is a freelance teacher and teacher trainer from Poland with strong intercultural focus and special interest in reflective teaching and learner autonomy. Her teaching career started after her first trip abroad to England many years ago. She has been travelling extensively ever since. Most of her journeys have had serious educational value and …

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Peter Clements

Peter Clements has been involved in ELT for around 15 years. He has taught in Hungary, Spain, South Korea, Vietnam, the UK and Thailand where he spent many years with the British Council. He currently teaches EAL and iGCSE ESL at an international school in Bangkok. Pete’s hold various qualifications, including a DipTESOL, MA in …

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Jill Coombs

Jill Coombs has spent her professional life working in the area of communication through theatre, film, TV and education. She has taught performance, drama, English language and literature at universities, colleges and schools in the UK, where she obtained an MA from Goldsmith’s College and a PGCE from the Institute of Education, University of London.In …

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Peter Hare

Peter Hare is a highly experienced project manager and teacher trainer who has delivered successful ELT projects for the British Council in Africa, Asia and Europe working in the primary, secondary, tertiary and adult training sectors on both pre and in-service programmes. He specialises in the planning and delivery of capacity building projects for sustainable …

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Anna Hasper

Anna Hasper is a freelance learning & teaching development specialist, materials writer and ELT consultant currently based in Dubai. She is a primary-trained teacher and is CELTA and Delta qualified. She holds an MA in Public Administration an MEd in Education. Her management experience includes 5 years as Director of studies for a group of …

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Jennifer Law

Jennifer Law is an ELT professional who is currently based in the United Arab Emirates. She has worked in several roles around the world including DoS for a Learning Centre in Borneo and In Country Manager for a Partnership between Cambridge University Press Education Reform and the UAE Ministry of Education. She has developed her …

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Ginny Rowlands

Ginny Rowlands is an international ELT (English Language Teaching) consultant with over 30 years’ experience working with the British Council as a teacher, a teacher educator and latterly as a business and project leader. Her work has taken her to 9 countries in South America, South Asia, Europe, East Asia and Middle East North Africa …

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Mike Shreeve

Mike Shreeve’s first teaching job was as a Mathematics and Economics teacher in Addis Ababa in Ethiopia and then he taught for a time in secondary schools in the UK . More recently he has trained teachers in Italy, Bulgaria, France and Slovakia and other European countries and recently returned to Ethiopia as part of …

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Krzysztof Strzemeski

Krzysztof Strzemeski Having spent many years doing pre-service and in-service training in the Polish context, around 2013, I began also giving CPD courses in various countries, which have included Albania, Azerbaijan, Iraq, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Thailand, and Turkey. From this exposure to the diversity of educational needs, contexts and cultures, I derive deep professional satisfaction, energy, …

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Rosie Tanner

Rosie Tanner I am a British freelance consultant in CLIL, (video) coaching and English language teaching, living and working in Amersfoort, a pretty mediaeval town in the Netherlands. My work Making real connections with people – that’s what work is about for me. Connecting in order to develop professionally – in education. I train teachers …

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