Scott Douglas, assistant professor at the University of British Columbia, teaches English as an Additional Language (EAL), particularly EAP (English for Academic Purposes).
He's taken the time to write up a personal philosophy of education, detailing how and why he teaches the way he does. He covers constructivism, Freire and Krashen, as well as critical thinking.
An interesting read, and a useful exercise for individual professional development as well as for teacher training classes.
Via Shona Whyte