Bradley Baurain (Ph.D., University of Nebraska) is an Associate Professor of Intercultural Studies and TESOL at Moody Theological Seminary and Graduate School in Chicago. He has taught ESOL and literature in higher and adult education for 25 years in the U.S., Canada, China, and Vietnam. He is the author of Religious Faith and Teacher Knowledge in English Language Teaching (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015) and has co-edited Multilevel and Diverse Classrooms (TESOL, 2010) and Voices, Identities, Negotiations, and Conflicts: Writing Academic English Across Cultures (Emerald, 2011). His articles have appeared in journals including TESOL Journal, ELT Journal, the Journal of Aesthetic Education, and the Journal of Language, Identity, and Education. His research interests include teacher development, theology and language, narrative forms of qualitative research, and literature in language teaching. Further information about his publications may be found at https://moody.academia.edu/BradleyBaurain. More information about Dr. Baurain is available at https://www.moody.edu/academics/faculty/baurain-brad/.
Michael Pasquale (Ph.D., Michigan State University) is a Professor of Linguistics and Director of the M.A. TESOL Program at Cornerstone University in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He is author of An ESL Ministry Handbook (Credo House, 2011) and (with Nathan L.K. Bierma) Every Tribe and Tongue: A Biblical Vision for Language in Society (Pickwick Publications, 2011), and his articles have appeared in journals such as AILA Review. His specialization is on the interaction between sociolinguistics and second language acquisition. His current research areas focus on the folk linguistics of second language acquisition, particularly studying the beliefs of teachers and students concerning the language learning process, and also language policy in relation to English language teaching. For more about Dr. Pasquale and his work, please visit his profile on the Cornerstone University website: https://www.cornerstone.edu/staff/michael-pasquale/.
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