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TEFL Interviews 40: John Fanselow on Teacher Observation

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Release Date: 04/10/2018

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Welcome back to The TEFLology Podcast - a podcast all about teaching English as a foreign language, and related matters.

Today we bring you an interview with John F. Fanselow

John F. Fanselow is the author of such celebrated articles as “Beyond Rashomon” and “Let’s see,” and books including “Try the Opposite”, “Breaking Rules” and “Contrasting Conversations”. He is well known as a teacher trainer and conference presenter, and has been closely affiliated with institutions including Columbia Teachers College, Kanda University of International Studies, and iTDi – the International Teacher Development Institute. 

Matthew chatted with John in January about his life, his work, and his educational beliefs.

Information about John's latest book “Small Changes in Teaching, Big Results in Learning,” can be found here.

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