I'm a PhD candidate at The University of Manchester. My research focuses on the experiences of visible ethnic minorities who are native English speaking teachers (VEM-NESTs for short). I mostly blog about the messy process of 'doing' research in my field. I also write about other aspects of being a doctoral student, such as teaching university level courses or learning how to use social networking tools. All views expressed are my own.
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Category Archives: Networking
Throughout the past year I’ve been searching and receiving a lot of writing advice from books, blogs, fellow PhD writers, academics and, of course, my supervisors. As some struggling to get words down I’m eager to try out new strategies … Continue reading
This week, I’m a guest blogger on the Language Teacher Education Doctoral Community at the University of Manchester where I’ve posted my recent experiences attending the TESOL International Convention and English Language Expo (Dallas, Texas, USA). To read my post … Continue reading