Eowyn Crisfield is a Canadian-educated specialist in bilingualism, bilingualism in education and teacher-training. She holds a B.Ed in Teaching English as a Second/Foreign Language, and a Master of Arts in Applied Linguistics, with specialisations in bilingualism and bilingual education. Eowyn has over 20 years experience in the field of Applied Linguistics, and has a background that covers research, teaching and teacher-training on bilingualism, language in schools, sociolinguistics and supporting bilingual families. Over the years she has developed a number of unique services, including Family Language Planning and a whole-school “Beyond-EAL” training program for language support in schools. Eowyn continues to research in the field of bilingualism, with a special interest in promoting language equality in schools, and the integration of “languages across the curriculum”. She is an active member of professional organisations (British Association for Applied Linguistics, NALDIC, IATEFL) and an accredited educational consultant with the Society of Education Consultants. She also lectures in the English teacher training program at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, with a subject focus on Applied Language Acquisition, Sociolinguistics, Research, and History and Culture of the English-speaking World.