CELTA course tutors

ROSE AYLETT

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Rose Aylett is a freelance teacher, trainer and CELTA tutor, based in Liverpool in the UK. She has been working in ELT for fifteen years, predominantly in Europe, the Middle East and North Africa, most recently, running CELTA courses for Cambridge centres in Italy, the UK and Bahrain. For the thesis of her MA in Professional Development in Language Education, Rose is in the process of designing a teacher training course in critical pedagogy. In her teaching and training, her areas of interest include promoting critical dialogue and critical literacy (in both classrooms and teachers’ rooms), and creativity in teacher education. A keen hiker, when not climbing mountains or wild camping on her days off, she is the Teacher Training and Development Coordinator of the IATEFL Global Issues SIG. In 2017 she set up ‘Pop-up Teacher Training’ and now delivers training at conferences and teacher development events worldwide. Find out more about her work via her website: www.pop-uptrainer.com

MILADA KRAJEWSKA

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Milada Krajewska is a teacher, teacher trainer, ELT author and independent materials designer (storybarrio.com) as well as a freelance CELTA tutor. She works with European teacher training centres (mostly Spain, Italy and France)  as well as on her home turf (as Head of CELTA and Main Course Tutor with LANG LTC in Warsaw, Poland).  She also trains Celta tutors and helps to set up new CELTA centres. With an MA in English Studies & TEFL and a postgraduate diploma in Business Training,  she’s been teaching and learning from her students of all ages for over 20 years. As a TEDx presenters coach, ELT content editor, self-publishing project manager and conference organiser, she has been collecting inspiration for 15 years now.  Her ELT passions include creative story-based lesson design; cognitive science for learning, feedback-feedforward and learning experience design. In private, she is torn between a walk on the beach, learning Spanish, all things design, a good laugh, good old-fashioned conversation, new flavours, beautifully published books and … cocker spaniels.