Since 2014, I have been blogging on my experience as a pronunciation tutor and lecturer in different Applied Phonetics modules in Buenos Aires, and I have continued writing about my experience as a PhD and also as a Phonetics tutor in the UK. My blog is called Pronunciation Bites, and it is a personal and informal journal of opinions, anecdotes, experiences, exclusively kept as a hobby nowadays.
I have also been curating web resources on pronunciation and applied phonetics teaching for many years now. The curated resources can be found in two websites: Scoop.it (2012-2017 collection) and Tagpacker (2018-today collection).
Find out more about my Pronunciation Bites project by following the link below:
The blog was reviewed by Barry Griner from the University of Southern California. Find the review in volume 30, number 1 of the CATESOL Journal here.