Rodolfo Mattiello holds a BA in Languages of Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Campinas and a Masters in Applied Linguistics of the University of Edinburgh with specialization in Language Acquisition under the Usage-based perspective with interest in Cognitive Linguistics. He is also the founder of Mattiello Consultoria Acadêmica, a center for teachers’ development that offers varied courses for English teachers and develops bilingual projects in schools and he also founded BELíngue, an online English school.
He has been working as an English teacher since 2002 with experience in public and private schools, language centers and also as a Coordinator, being responsible for the selection process of new teachers, observing lessons, consolidating a teaching methodology among teachers. Rodolfo holds a specialization degree in Lesson Planning of University of Oregon, Education Technology for EFL Classes of Iowa State University and he also co-authored the book ‘Formação de Professores’ (Paco Editorial, 2016).
Rodolfo is specialized in Grammar Teaching from Cambridge University, contributes with monthly articles to Blog Disal and Planneta Educação, member of BRAZ-TESOL’s Advisory Council (2018-2020) for the state of São Paulo and in 2017 he poster presented his PhD research proposal at STaPs in the University of Bern, Switzerland, with the project ‘Pragmatics in Wernicke’s aphasia speech: understanding how languages (re)develop’.