Carl Hendrick is an English teacher and head of research at Wellington College. He is also completing a PhD at King’s College London. He has taught for several years in both the state and independent sectors, where he has worked on several cross-sectoral collaborations. His areas of interest are Bakhtin, and the dialogism and the impact of technology in English.
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