PETE SHARMA | Oxford University Press
Pete Sharma is a teacher trainer, consultant and ELT author. He works as a pre-sessional lecturer in EAP (English for Academic Purposes) at Warwick University, UK. Pete worked for many years in business English as a teacher trainer and materials writer. He is a regular conference presenter at IATEFL (International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language) and BESIG (Business English Special Interest Group) conferences and has given plenary talks and keynote speeches at conferences around the world. Pete was a guest speaker at the 15th Britanico Teachers’ convention in San Isidro 2009. Pete is the co-author of several books on technology including Blended Learning (2007) and 400 Ideas for Interactive Whiteboards (2011) in the Macmillan ‘Books for Teachers’ series. His latest e-books as co-author are on ‘apps’ in business English (2013) and How to write for digital media (2014). His latest book is Best practices for Blended Learning (2018), Pavilion Publishing and media Ltd. Pete was the Newsletter Editor of the IATEFL CALL (Computer-aided language learning) Review (2008-2009) and has a Masters degree in Educational Technology and ELT (English Language Teaching) from Manchester University.