Dr Evelyn Doman is Associate Professor of TESOL in the School of Education at the University of Guam. Evelyn received her doctorate in Applied Linguistics from Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia, and has taught ESL and EFL for the past 20 years at various universities in Korea, Japan, the United States, Macau, and Guam. Her research interests include learner autonomy, Processability Theory, focus on form instruction, and, most recently, the flipped language classroom.Jay Bidal has been teaching EAP and ESL for more than 20 years in a variety of contexts, including Japan, Turkey, Canada, the UAE, and, currently, Macau. He possesses extensive material writing experience, having been a co-writer on four different locally-produced textbooks, and having served as the project manager and editor of an innovative EAP e-textbook published in 2014. He is interested in writing instruction, curriculum and materials development, grammar pedagogy, and the integration of technology in teaching.