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Trinity CertTESOL Spain

Meet Teresa: TESOL Administrator and Course Tutor in Cádiz

Teresa Bestwick is the TESOL Administrator in our partner school in Cádiz. She is also a tutor on the Trinity CertTESOL and DipTESOL courses. She has been teaching in southern Spain since 2004 and frequently presents at ELT events around … Continue reading

Lindsay Clandfield

‘So meta.’ How much grammar terminology and jargon do teachers need?

Lindsay Clandfield is a Canadian trainer, teacher and award-winning author. He is a tutor on our Trinity DipTESOL course and the Course Director of our teacher development courses.He’s the lead author of Macmillan’s critically-acclaimed coursebook Global, and the force behind the popular blog Six Things. … Continue reading

Leadership and Management in ELT. What’s the difference and why does it matter?

Duncan Foord is the trainer on the OxfordTEFL Leadership in ELT course. He has 35 years’ experience in ELT as a teacher, teacher trainer, leader and manager. He is author of The Developing Teacher (2009) and From Language Teacher to … Continue reading

Nik Peachey

6 tips for moving your teaching online – How do you adapt your teaching techniques for the virtual classroom?

Have you ever thought of teaching online? Adding this skill to your teaching repertoire can open up a host of opportunities for you, from additional work to starting your own business. You could also vastly improve your chances of finding … Continue reading

dirk lagerwaard

Involving emotions in the secondary classroom: why and how?

Dirk Lagerwaard is a tutor on our Teaching Young Learner courses. He is a PhD candidate at the Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona and teaches English at a secondary school and the Escola Oficial d’Idiomes in Cornellà. He also works at the … Continue reading