Caught on camera again - my interview for iasku

I seen to be developing a fondness for video posts recently! After my recent ELT identity crisis, I was contacted by Chiew Pang, also known as @aClilToClimb on Twitter, and he asked if I would be interested in doing an interview for his new blog iasku.

If you haven't paid a visit to this blog yet, I strongly recommend that you do - not just because I'm on it (:-p), but also because I think it's a great idea and a simple way to get to know different people from various walks of ELT life a little bit better. Scott Thornbury and Barbara Sakamoto were the first two guests to be interviewed so I jumped at the chance to join such illustrious company.

So, if you would like to learn a bit more about my life before teaching, what led me down this career path, why I teach kids, what motivates me and my post-identity crisis thoughts, check out my interview via the link below:

Chiew is a busy guy now managing three different blogs, all of which are recommended reading. After you look around iasku (and why not volunteer to be interviewed while you're at it?), check out his first blog a cLiL to cLiMB as well as his other new one The Dogme Diaries.


  1. Thanks, Dave, for the interview, and thanks for the plug here! :)
    I'm sure we'll be doing another in the not-too-distant future!

  2. Thanks for asking. :) It was fun and I'd be happy to do another whenever the first round of interviews is done.

    As I said in the post, I think it's a great idea. I'll be watching all the way!

  3. hi Dave just got round to writing my take on this. Hope you like it (and hope you are having a good summer)


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