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M. A. in Applied Linguistics, Birmingham University, UK
M.Soc. Sci. in Counselling and Psychotherapy, University of St. Joseph, Macau SAR
B. Ed. in Teaching English as a Foreign Language, University of Macau, Macau SAR
Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA), Brasshouse Language Centre (University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate), Birmingham, U.K.
Certificate in Special Education and Differentiated Instruction in an EFL Context (online), University of Oregan, American English Institute, U.S.
Attendance certificate in Curriculum Development and Syllabus Design training, Norwich Institute for Language Education, Norwich, U.K.
Project-based Learning, Discourse Analysis, Differentiated Instructions, Counseling and Psychotherapy
- Practical English 1A (ENGL022/23)
- Practical English 1: Interaction and Study Skills (ENGL150/151)
- English For Business Majors (EELC215/216)
- English I: Basic Skills 3 (EELC011/012)
- Listening and Speaking Improvement 1 (EELC123)
- English I: Basic Skills 2 (EELC002)
- Academic English (EELC130)
- Interactive English 2 (EELC120)
- Interactive English 1 (EELC110)
Member, Teachers of English to Students of Other Languages
June 2012 Attended The Second Annual English Symposium 2012, The English Language Centre of the University of Macau, Macau
Jan 2013 Co-presented at the “Working Towards a Common Core in Macao: Many Voices, One Vision” English Language Teaching International Conference 2013 on “Teaching with Animations, The English Language Centre of the University of Macau, Macau
Mar 2014 Presented at the “Alternative Pedagogies in a Globalized World: English Language Teaching in Theory and Practice” English Language Teaching International Conference 2014 on “How to supplement and enrich a course with online resources: BBC Learning English”, The English Language Centre of the University of Macau, Macau
Mar 2014 Co-presented at the “Alternative Pedagogies in a Globalized World: English Language Teaching in Theory and Practice” English Language Teaching International Conference 2014 on “How flexibility and accommodation in classroom instruction and assessment can make a difference”, The English Language Centre of the University of Macau, Macau
June 2014 Presented a poster presentation at The MATSA/University of Liverpool 2014 Conference – SLA and Materials Development on “How the use of project-based learning and personalized course materials can help motivate students in English Learning”, The Materials Development Association and the University of Liverpool, U.K.
Jan 2015 Presented at the “Departing from Tradition: Innovations in English Language Teaching and Learning” English Language Teaching International Conference 2015 on the “Personalization and Project-based Learning”, The English Language Centre of the University of Macau, Macau
July 2015 Attended the 8th International Corpus Linguistics Conference 2015, Lancaster University, UK