FAQ: Two guests on separate episodes said contradictory things. Who is right?

In this post, Stacey answers a question about guests who may seem to say contradictory things. As part of this podcast, I have invited several dozen different teachers and researchers to talk publicly about their ideas, practices, and beliefs about language teaching. My guests often have very specific approaches, and perhaps a few cases would … Continue reading FAQ: Two guests on separate episodes said contradictory things. Who is right?

FAQ: If I am a guest on the show, what is the interview process like?

In this post, Stacey answers a common question about what the interview process is like. Once you have agreed to be a guest on the podcast, the actual interview process is pretty easy (well, I think it is anyway). I use all free and low-cost tools and try to make the whole thing as pleasant … Continue reading FAQ: If I am a guest on the show, what is the interview process like?

FAQ: How do you choose your episode guests?

In this post, Stacey answers a common question about how she chooses her guests. My choices are guided in equal parts by serendipity, networking, and a commitment to diversity. I have my own professional network of teachers and researchers that I draw on, but I also meet people in interesting settings, follow leads on the … Continue reading FAQ: How do you choose your episode guests?