‘Thoughts on being a teacher trainer who happens not to be a native speaker’ by Michael Griffin

Michael Griffin’s latest blog post is titled “Thoughts on being a teacher trainer who happens not to be a native speaker”.

Michael says, “A few months ago I had the great pleasure of interviewing and introducing my friend  and colleague Zhenya and we talked a bit about ptec among other things. Zhenya is a teacher trainer (and trainer-trainer) from Ukraine who has been running courses in various places for a few years now. As we worked on the interview a question about being what is sometimes known as a “non-native” as a teacher trainer came up. I thought it might be an interesting blog post and asked Zhenya if she would consider writing a guest post on this issue and luckily she accepted.

Thoughts on being a teacher trainer who happens not to be a native speaker

Michael Griffin’s Blog

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