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The MSc Language Education team
The Language Education team is made of language professionals and researchers with expertise in a wide variety of areas. We are a multilingual and multicultural team and we have worked all over the globe in the field of Language Education. Our staff pages showcase our individual expertise and research activities.
Dr Annie Yang, Programme Director
Dr Mike Orr
I am a Lecturer in Language Education. Before working in academia, I taught French as a foreign language for 9 years in a variety of institutions and with a particular focus on young learners. I am passionate about all aspects of Language Education and more particularly about issues related to language policy and multilingualism. It is always such a pleasure welcoming students from all over the world on the Language Education programme and hearing about their various teaching and learning contexts.
Professor Do Coyle is Chair in Languages Education and Classroom Learning and Director of Research and Knowledge Exchange. Professor Coyle is a key scholar in the field of Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) and has more recently conducted large projects on pluriliteracies and the role of language in meaning-making as well as on transformative pedagogies and shared learning spaces for deeper learning. You can find a list of recent publications.
Dr Claudia Rosenhan is one of our leading experts in the theories and practices of language assessment. She has also a keen interest in investigating creative language pedagogy and literary discourse. She is a bilingual speaker of English and German and has over 20 years of language teaching experience in higher education.
This MSc gave me a chance to learn from professionals. The lecturers, who have been language teachers for many years, shared not only their theoretical knowledge but also their own experiences with students.