Managing Student Exams, Revision Stress and Wellbeing
Katherine Stannett is based in West Sussex, England and is an author with over twenty years of experience in editing, writing and developing materials to teach English. She specialises in writing for children and teenagers at all levels and is particularly interested in the development of 21st century skills. She is an author of National Geographic Learning’s New Close-up, Look, a seven-level series for young learners of English, and Impact, a five-level series for teenage learners of English.
Daniel Raven Ellison is a parent, guerrilla geographer, National Geographic Explorer, Ordnance Survey Get Outside Champion, former geography teacher and led the campaign to make London the world’s first National Park City.
His work focuses on challenging himself and others to see the world in new ways and he does this by combining creative exploration, geography and communication to tackle social and environmental challenges.
He is currently working on a new project called “Slow Ways” and his idea for this is simple – to collaboratively create a network of 7,000+ walking routes that connect all of Great Britain’s towns and cities. This is a beautiful, positive and timely project. Walking can improve health and wellbeing, tackle the climate and ecological emergencies, save people money, improve our environment and bring joy to people’s lives. You can find out more on his website here
DIANE FLANEL PINIARIS
With more than 20 years of ELT classroom experience and some 30 years of writing and editing ELT materials, Diane Flanel Piniaris morphed into Michigan Mama while teaching English in Volos, Greece, during the 1990s. She is currently living in New York City.