Program Lärardagen 29 september 2021 - innovativ bedömning

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T.J. Ó Ceallaigh

T.J. Ó Ceallaigh
T.J. Ó Ceallaigh. Foto: N/A.

Dr. T.J. Ó Ceallaigh is the Director of Postgraduate Studies in Education at Mary Immaculate College (MIC), University of Limerick, Ireland. His main research interests focus on the pedagogy required for the successful integration of language and content instruction and assessment, with particular reference to language immersion contexts. Recent publications include articles in the International Journal of Bilingualism and Bilingual Education, Journal of Immersion and Content-Based Language Education, Educational Management, Administration and Leadership as well as a co-edited volume on teacher development for immersion and content-based instruction (Benjamins, 2020).

T.J. participates actively in Irish and international immersion communities, serves as a consultant to immersion programs, and speaks regularly at conferences. T.J. is co-chair of Teacher Education and Digital Technology Research and Development Community for the Association for Teacher Educators in Europe (ATEE) and is a Board Director of Integrating Language and Content in Higher Education (ICLHE), an international association of scholars who are interested in and actively contribute to the multi-disciplinary field of content and language integration in higher education.

Julie Walaszczyk

Julie Walaszczyk
Julie Walaszczyk. Foto: N/A.

Julie Walaszczyk works as a Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) Advisor and e-Learning Educational Developer for the Centre of Modern Languages at the University of Mons in Belgium. Since 2015 she has been supporting and facilitating evidence-informed teaching practices and approaches in EMI courses for senior faculty professors, lecturers and teaching assistants across all academic disciplines.

Julie has been actively involved in the (re)design of English-taught courses and has been team-teaching activities at the Faculties of Medicine and Pharmacy, Architecture, Psychology and Educational Sciences, Science and Engineering. Her current fields of interest include English as a Lingua Franca, internationalisation of the curriculum and horizontal internationalisation, inclusion and diversity in HE, multilingualism, technology in the classroom and innovative teaching practices and assessment methods.