Scott Thornbury

April 22nd, 2012 — inAll The Interviews, Teacher Trainingno comments


My name is Scott Thornbury. I’m a teacher and teacher educator, with over 30 years’ experience in English language teaching, and an MA from the University of Reading. I am currently Associate Professor of English Language Studies at the New School in New York, where I teach on an on-line MATESOL program. My previous experience includes teaching and teacher training in Egypt, UK, Spain (where I live), and in my native New Zealand. My writing credits include several award-winning books for teachers on language and methodology. I am series editor for the Cambridge Handbooks for Teachers (CUP). I was also the co-founder of the dogme ELT group, whose archived website, called Teaching Unplugged, can be found here. I am also the Academic Director of the International Teacher Development Institute (iTDi), an online campus dedicatd to teacher development. http://www.thornburyscott.com/

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