Faculty and Staff:
MSC, University of Edinburgh
Beth Neher has been an educator for over 35 years, working with graduate, undergraduate, and EFL/ESL students aged 16+. Her teaching has involved both direct classroom delivery and blended and fully online courses in private language schools and universities in the US and abroad. In addition to teaching and training, she has managed TESOL programs in different capacities — as principal of a small EFL program on the south coast of England, as director of studies at International House New York, and as temporary director of studies at International House London. She has designed and participated in educational reform support programs, managed cohorts of teacher trainers and students, in person and virtually, and has been involved in professional writing, recently contributing to the NGL/Cengage ELTeach online teacher development program. Beth currently teaches and works as faculty and adjunct faculty in Brattleboro, Vermont. She has presented at professional conferences — in full-length pre-session workshops at the TESOL Convention, in professional development workshops internationally, and as plenary speaker.
Beth also holds an MSC in applied linguistics from the University of Edinburgh, a diploma in educational management, and a diploma of education. She is a lifelong learner and graduated with a graduate certificate in project management from Marlboro College Graduate School in August 2012. She is currently serving on the Brattleboro Co-op board of directors.