Liam Printer is Irish and possesses 11 years experience teaching Spanish, French and English to both secondary students and adults. He currently teaches Spanish to students aged 11-18 in the International School of Lausanne in in Switzerland. Previously he worked as a consultant for a group of secondary schools in Finland. He has embraced Comprehensible Input methods and has presented at teachers’ conferences in the Netherlands and in Ireland. Currently he is completing work on a doctorate in Education at the University of Bath. His research is focused on the motivational pull of teaching languages through storytelling. He has an interesting blog at https://www.liamprinter.com/blog.
This summer in Agen he will give a presentation on using storytelling to increase student buy in and participation. His goal is to give teachers tools that “they can take away and immediately try in their classes with little or no preparation.”