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I am also an educator teaching the more cultural side of English and also Inter-Cultural Communications. In six years I’ve taught kids and adults, however feel I am better suited to university level. Most of my educative experience has been in Asia.

In 2016, inspired by Brian Eno’s Oblique Strategies, I devised nHW (non homework) and nEX (non exam) as a means to alleviate stress in my students who I feel are burdened with too much homework and not enough space to develop their inter-personal skills. The added intention was to expand their thinking somewhat. In addition I agree with Edward deBono that universities need to be more than just enclosed spaces of knowledge and that thinking should be a subject in its own right. My ultimate goal would be the option to teach art at foundation level or continue with TESOL (in a class or online setting).

I am available to teach worldwide and although I prefer a physical space, I’ve recently began to consider online teaching as it would allow me to continue travelling – some countries you have to see at certain times of year – the academic year prevents this. If you are from a university and want to engage in dialogue or if you are a student please contact me on…
E-mail: kelvinhayesglobal(at)gmail(dot)com
SKYPE: kelvinhayes

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E-mail: kelvinhayesglobal(at)yahoo(dot)com
SKYPE: kelvinhayes
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