Christopher Graham holds a degree in Politics from Warwick university, a Cambridge DELTA and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. He is a freelance English language teaching consultant, teacher educator and author based in the UK. He has worked in the field since 1981 in over 30 countries for the British Council, ministries of education and international publishers. In 2020, his projects included working on approaches to the digital provision of ELT during Covid-19 in fragile locations and delivering a large-scale professional development programme online for the British Council in North Africa.

He is one of the founders of ELT Footprint, a 2020 ELTon winner. Across 2021 he has been working on research, materials writing and media activities around ELT and climate change for the British Council as part of the Climate Action in Language Education project.  

Recent publications include:

  • 21st Century Skills in the ELT Classroom – A Guide for Teachers, (contributing editor) Garnet Education, 2020
  • Training the Trainer – A Resource Book for ELT Professionals, (author) Garnet Education, due 2021