I teach on an MA TESOL program for the New School, New York, and live in Spain. I am the author of a number of books on language and methodology, including How to Teach Grammar, How to Teach Vocabulary and How To Teach Speaking (Pearson), Uncovering Grammar, Beyond the Sentence and An A-Z of ELT (all published by Macmillan), Natural Grammar (winner of a British Council Innovations award in 2005) and Grammar (Oxford University Press); and Conversation (with Diana Slade) and The CELTA Book (with Peter Watkins) both for Cambridge University Press. My latest book, Teaching Unplugged (Delta Publishing, co-written with Luke Meddings) won a British Council Innovations award in 2010. I am currently the series editor for the Cambridge Handbooks for Language Teachers.
My teacher training duties involve teaching courses in methodology and pedagogical grammar, both on-line and face-to-face, for the New School MA TESOL program. I also run workshops, and give talks and webinars, on a regular basis, and of a primarily practical nature, as well as moderating a very active blog for teachers (www.scottthornbury.wordpress.com)