Director, Global Listening Centre.
Prof. : Hoseo University, Korea.
Professor Daniel Wiberg is a global educator who believes listening is a fundamental and necessary element of every classroom. Presently, Professor Wiberg is a visiting professor of the Industrial and Organizational Psychology Department at Hoseo University, in Cheonan, Korea. Professor Wiberg teaches psychology and social psychology where he implements and teaches both active and reflective listening communication techniques. These techniques are used in counselling, training, and conflict resolution. Professor Wiberg also teaches a variety of ESL courses focusing on speaking, listening, and conversational skills.
Professor Wiberg has a M.Ed. in the field of TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages). His thesis involved analyzing listening and comprehension skills of high school ESL students. Daniel has received multiple awards for his effort as an educator including ‘Cultural and Educational Leadership’ and ‘Excellent Educator.’ Daniel draws on his over 10 years of international teaching experience to bring out the best in students’ confidence and comfort in speaking and understanding a second language.
“Everything in writing begins with language. Language begins with listening.” —Jeanette Winterson