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Neil Anderson

Brigham Young University–Hawaii
Professor and Chair of the Department of English Language Teaching and Learning
Hawaii, USA
Neil J Anderson is a Professor of English Language Teaching and Learning in the Faculty of Education and Social Work at Brigham Young University–Hawaii. Professor Anderson is the author or co-editor of over 50 books, book chapters, and journal articles. His research interests include second language reading, language learner strategies, learner self-assessment, and ELT leadership development. Professor Anderson served as President of TESOL International Association from 2001-2002. He was a Fulbright Teaching and Research Scholar in Costa Rica (2002-2003) and in Guatemala (2009-2010). Professor Anderson was the 2014 recipient of the prestigious TESOL International Association James Alatis Service Award. In 2016 on the 50th anniversary of the TESOL International Association, he was recognized as one of the 50 individuals who has made a significant contribution to the profession of teaching English to speakers of other languages. In addition to his time in Costa Rica as a Fulbright Scholar, Neil has visited the country multiple times. He considers Costa Rica his second academic home because of the many stimulating ideas that have developed while he has been here.
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