I am a writer, trainer and consultant with considerable experience of implementing, managing, and consulting on large and small-scale educational projects in a number of different contexts, especially in the area of language teaching.
My particular interest is in the management of language schools and in the management of educational projects. I am co-author of “From Teacher to Manager: Managing a Language Teaching Organization” (CUP, 2008) and author of “Educational Management” (Polirom, Romania 2007), as well as "Managing Education in the Digital Age" (The Round, 2014).
I have lived and worked (as teacher, trainer, and manager) in Europe, Asia, Oceania, and North America. I have a Master’s degree in International and Intercultural Management as well as extensive experience of language teaching and training language teachers. I regularly make presentations and run workshops at international teacher conferences.
I am now based in deepest Transylvania, Romania, and among other things am a trainer on Cambridge ESOL’s International Diploma in Language Teaching Management (a blended learning course for managers which I was instrumental in developing). I speak Spanish, and have a working knowledge of Portuguese, French, and Hungarian.
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Managing Education in the Digital Age
Increasingly, education is moving into the online world. However, very little has been written on the subject of managing this new online educational world. This book attempts to address this gap for academic managers. It follows the process from the first decision to go online, and pursues that through planning, building, marketing, dealing with teachers, and finally, monitoring the whole.
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