Constant has been a supporter of the work of NALDIC for some twenty years. He was the inaugural chair in 1993, and has been active in promoting NALDIC through its publications.
Currently, he is the Editor of the Research Section of TESOL Quarterly, and Associate Editor of Language Assessment Quarterly, as well as serving on the editorial boards of a number of international journals including the Modern Language Journal.
As Professor of Educational Linguistics at King’s College London, his professional and research interests include EAL curriculum development, language teacher education, and language education policy. He is an Academician of Social Sciences. He is strongly committed to the field of EAL.
Constant believes that his school and university teaching experiences will enable him to participate effectively in the future developments of NALDIC as a professional organisation.