Hamilton Quezada, MSc.
An ESL/EFL teacher from Ecuador. He holds a Master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Kansas State University and a Bachelor’s degree in English Teaching from Universidad Técnica de Machala. MSc. Quezada obtained two Go Teacher scholarships sponsored by the government of Ecuador. The first scholarship was to study a TESL training at Kansas State University, and the second one was for a Master’s program at the same school.
His research interests include the use of technology to teach English, performance-based assessment, task-based learning and differentiated instruction. In October 2016, he gave an e-demonstration on the Flipped Classroom model of teaching at the international TESOL convention in Monterrey, Mexico (MEXTESOL 2016).
As a teacher MSc. Quezada fosters the environment of a student-centered classroom. The goal is to have students engaged in learning a language that they will actually use in their future academic and professional lives.