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Katherine Stannett

National Geographic Learning
National Geographic Learning Author
Katherine Stannett is an author with over twenty years of experience. She spent two years in Japan in the 1990s, teaching English to a wide variety of students in many different settings. She is the co-author of the several successful secondary series and has also written articles, songs and raps for many popular EFL magazines. Most recently, she has written two levels of the new National Geographic Middle School five-level series, ‘Impact’ and one level of the new National Geographic Primary seven-level series, ‘Look’. She has given presentations and run workshops in many countries around the world, including Poland, Kazakhstan, Portugal, Honduras, Brazil, Spain and Slovenia and also conducts webinars from her home office in the UK.

My Speakers Sessions

Saturday, May 22
 

8:00am CST

 
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