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Good to meet you!

English language teachers come from all over the world and travel all over the world too. We hope you’ll meet a lot of like-minded people on this course who are interested in English language teaching. There’ll be plenty of information from us, your educators, but you’ll also be learning from each other and our mentors, who are based all over the world.

Meet our educators

We recommend that you ‘Follow’ your educators on this course so that you can easily view their comments. To do this, click on the link to each profile, and then click the pink ‘Follow’ button.

Monica Poulter

Monica is Teacher Development Manager at Cambridge English Language Assessment with over 20 years’ experience developing qualifications for English language teachers. Before this she was a teacher and teacher trainer in the UK, Germany, Eastern Europe and West Africa.

Marie Therese Swabey

Marie Therese is an English Language Teacher and Teacher Trainer and has worked in Italy, West Africa, the United States and the UK. She’s also an Assessor and Joint Chief Assessor for a range of teaching qualifications from Cambridge English Language Assessment.

Task: Where are you?

We’ve told you a bit about us and what’s going to happen on the course; we’d really like to hear from you to find out a bit more about you.

First tell us where you are. Click on the link to go to an online map and show us where you’re from.

To add your information to the map follow the instructions below:

  • Follow this link to Zeemaps
  • Click on the tab at the top that says 'Additions' and then click 'Add Marker - Simple'
  • Add your name
  • Add your location
  • Hit submit!

Note: We recommend that you do not add your complete name or address for security reasons.

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Exploring the World of English Language Teaching

Cambridge Assessment English