Dr. Graham Crookes
Dr. Crookes’s specialties include the methodology of second language teaching and teacher development (including practice teaching supervision and more recently, philosophy of teaching). Besides teaching regular graduate and undergraduate courses for the Department of SLS, he has conducted courses and workshops for teachers especially on teaching methodology, action research, and critical pedagogy, in a variety of settings around the world, including Colombia, Denmark, Korea, Kyrgyzstan, Singapore, and Vietnam. His main research interests at present are critical language pedagogy and language teachers developing philosophies of teaching.
Dr. Betsy Gilliland
Betsy Gilliland is an associate professor in the Department of Second Language Studies at the University of Hawaiʻi Mānoa, where she teaches courses on second language writing, teacher research, and qualitative research methods to undergraduate and graduate students. Co-editor of the Journal of Response to Writing, she is chair of the TESOL Second Language Writing Interest Section and has published in TESOL Journal, Journal of Second Language Writing, and ELT Journal, among others. She was a Fulbright Scholar at the Universidad de Atacama (Chile) in 2018.
Dr. Dustin Crowther
Dustin Crowther is Assistant Professor of Second Language Studies at University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. He also serves as TESOL Quarterly’s editor for research dissemination, a position in which he works closely with OASIS (Open Accessible Summaries in Language Studies) to elicit one-page accessible summaries of newly published research. Dustin has a strong interest in open science, and is excited to work with Multi-ʻõlelo to help further the accessibility of research to a wide range of teachers and scholars across a wide range of language communities.