Daniel Baxter Jackson III has been teaching English abroad for the last 21 years with stints in Europe, Asia and the Middle East. During this time, he’s been crafting unique cultural interest stories about his experiences for travel websites such as Lonely Planet, Matador Network, and AFAR. His research into Second Language Acquisition (SLA) has appeared in Essential Teacher, ESL Magazine, The Indian Journal of Applied Linguistics, The CATESOL Journal and TESOL Arabia’s Perspectives.
Andrew is a lecturer at the Language Centre of the Faculty of Social Sciences at Charles University, where he gives courses in academic English for undergraduates, graduates, and university employees. After completing his doctorate in Mathematics at the University of Oxford, he spent a number of post-graduate years in the wilderness before settling in Prague in 2012, where he continues his mathematical endeavours at the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics.
As a lecturer at the Language Centre of the Charles University Faculty of Social Sciences, Pamela has taught academic and professional English to faculty and staff, graduates and undergraduates. While studying in Hungary in 1988 she visited then Czechoslovakia and returned the summer after the 1989 revolution with the first group of English teachers invited by the Czechoslovak government. A citizen of both the US and the UK, Pamela has a BA in International Relations from Tufts University in the US, a Post-Graduate Certificate in Education from Heriot-Watt University in Scotland, and an MA in European Studies from the College of Europe in Belgium. She teaches current affairs, European studies and academic English courses at the Institute of International Studies and proofreads for various academic departments.