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chiara bruzzano

Chiara Bruzzano is a researcher for the British Council and the founder of LanguagEd. She is also an English lecturer at the University of Milan and at the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. She has a PhD in Language Education at the University of Leeds and has taught English in Italy, the UK and Spain. After training as an interpreter and translator, she gained a distinction in her MA TESOL and Translation at Aston University and her Cambridge DELTA M1, becoming an all-round educator and language teacher trainer. Her research focuses on listening comprehension in secondary school learners. She is the co-founder of LanguagEd and she is passionate about working with teachers and creating research-based professional materials for teachers. She has created and led professional development seminars for Oxford University Press and is a resident blogger for Modern English Teacher. You can find out more about Chiara and her publications here.

How to book a consultation: Chiara is available for consultations on a limited schedule. To book a consultation, please contact her at

André Hedlund is a Chevening Alumnus and holds an MSc in Psychology of Education from the University of Bristol and the Train the Trainer Certificate (Cambridge). He is a Michigan Certificates Examiner, Educational Consultant, Teacher Trainer, and Guest Lecturer on Language, Bilingualism and Cognition, and Methodology in university Master’s level courses. He is also the new Academic Director of EdYOUFest, a board member of BRAZ-TESOL’s Mind, Brain, and Education SIG, and a National Geographic Learning consultant and materials reviewer. André is a frequent guest in international ELT and General Education conferences. He’s the author of the book The Owl Factor: Reframing your Teaching Philosophy and he blogs at EDCrocks. He has years of experience mentoring and training English teachers.

How to book a consultation with André: you can book your consultation via this link

How to contact André: if you want to email André to ask for information, email him at

A LanguagEd highlander, Sylvia Provenzano is a Teaching Fellow in English at the University of Bologna and an Examiner. She has an MA in TESOL and Translation Studies from Aston University and she obtained her Cambridge DELTA in 2021. She has taught English in a wide range of educational contexts in Spain, Italy and UK with a focus on exam preparation, ESP and Academic English. She has also been a Course Director in Cambridge and has taught online to refugees and displaced people for several years.

How to contact Sylvia and book your consultation: please email Sylvia at Please be aware that if you cannot attend your booked appointment and it is not possible to reschedule, you shall be reimbursed the total amount you paid minus any bank fees that may apply.

Rachel Tsateri is a teacher, teacher trainer and blogger. She holds the Cambridge CELTA, DELTA and Train the Trainer certificates. Rachel is currently working as a General and Business English teacher, as well as teacher trainer for Notting Hill College. She is also working towards a Master’s in Professional Development for Language Education with NILE. Her main interests include teaching pronunciation, quality teacher talk and using an eclectic approach to teaching. Rachel is an IATEFL PronSIG Committee member, a TESOL Greece and ELTAS member. She blogs regularly at The TEFL Zone and has also contributed articles to EFL Magazine, IATEFL Voices, ELTAS, the IATEFL TTed SIG newsletter and the Dublin TEFL blog.

How to contact Rachel and book your consultation: please email Rachel at to book a consultation with her.

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