This is a special edition of Delivering Development, our podcast on continuing professional development for language teachers and administrators. You can listen to the episode below on the embedded player, and you can also listen and subscribe to this and future podcasts at the various locations shown at the bottom of the show notes.
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It’s the 23rd of September 2019. Welcome to a special episode of the Delivering Development podcast, helping language teachers and others in the field to enhance their professional development. My name is Kevin Westbrook, and with me today is Tim Thompson.
On his web site, he describes himself as an “English Communications Consultant”. So, I am going to let him tell us what that means and then give us some of his insights into professional development and being a freelancer.
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The intro and outro are by permission of Katrina Monis. You can find the album the music is from by this talented singer and musician here:
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