Matthew Campbell, 博士

Dr. Matt Campbell is an assistant professor in the MA TESOL program at Wenzhou-Kean University. He has 20 years of experience in English language teaching and in educational leadership. He has taught in Japan, Saudi Arabia, Australia, New Zealand, and China. His educational leadership roles include being director of studies at a language school in New Zealand, and the leader of a team of expat teachers at a vocational college in China.

After gaining a master’s degree in applied linguistics from the University of New England where he researched methods for improving second language speaking fluency, Dr. Campbell went on to earn a PhD from Macquarie University in Sydney. He is passionate about teacher training and helping new teachers who are entering a career in second language teaching.


应用语言学博士 — 麦考瑞大学

应用语言学硕士(荣誉学位)– 新英格兰大学

应用语言学硕士 — 新英格兰大学

心理学学士 — 奥塔哥大学


2016 – 2018 – EAP teacher – University of Newcastle, Sydney, Australia

2013 – 2015 – ESP teacher – Dhahran, Saudi Arabia

2012 – EAP teacher – International University of Japan

2010 – 2012 – English language teacher – Rikkyo University, Japan

2008 – 2010 – EAP teacher – Al Yamamah University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia


2005 – 2008 – English language teacher, Soma, Japan

2003 – 2005 – English language teacher, Osaka, Japan


2019 – Director of Studies, LSNZ, Queenstown, New Zealand

2019 – 2022 – Team Leader, Wintec – based in Jinhua, China


Psycholinguistics – attention, awareness and noticing in L2 learning

Task-based language teaching

L2 speaking fluency




2021 Award for outstanding team, WINTEC, Hamilton, New Zealand

2021 Nominated for WINTEC outstanding leadership award, WINTEC, Hamilton, New Zealand

2020 Nominated for WINTEC outstanding leadership award, WINTEC, Hamilton, New Zealand

2020 Award for International Contribution. Jinhua Polytechnic, Jinhua China

2015 – 2017 Macquarie University Research Excellence Scholarship

2014 Award for outstanding teacher contribution. BAE Systems, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia