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2nd INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR- CDL-UPV

30-31 March 2017 Valencia –Spain

Internationalising Learning:

English as a Medium of Instruction (EMI)

  GENERAL PROGRAMME

THURSDAY 30th March

8:30-9:00

REGISTRATION (Ground floor)

9:00- 9:30

OPENING CEREMONY (Salón de Grados – 3rd floor)

by Mr. Francisco J. Mora Más. Rector of the UPV

9:30-11:00

PLENARY SPEAKER (Salón de Grados – 3rd floor)

The changing roles of EMI lecturers and English Language teachers

Julie Dearden. Oxford University Department of Education

11:00-11:30

COFFEE BREAK (Ground floor) sponsored by dex

11:30- 14:00

PARALLEL PAPER PRESENTATIONS

METHODOLOGICAL APPROACHES

(Postgrado room – 2nd floor)

TEACHER TRAINING

(Room 03 --Ground floor)

11:30-12:00

Architectural Conservation: SWOT analysis of EMI experience. Cristini, V.; Mileto, C. and Vegas, F.

Content specialist expertise in an EMI training process. Ploettner, Joan

12:00-12:30

EMI lecturers' beliefs against language education policy: the EMI lecturers' gate-opener profile in English language teaching. Mancho-Barés, Guzman and Aguilar-Pérez,, Marta

Observation as a tool to facilitate the professional development of teaching faculty involved in English as a medium of instruction: trainer and trainee perspectives. Herington, Rupert

12:30-13:00

CLIL at tertiary level: a case study of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Brussels, Belgium). Blom, Stefanie

Designing a language exam for lecturers involved in EMI programs. Barry, Kathleen; Deal, Mandy; Hooworth, Robert, Prats, Sònia and Riera, Laura

13:00-13:30

English as a Medium of Instruction- Yes! But who´s English?. Walker, Robin

Speaker sponsored by TRINITY

EMI Lecturer Training: Starting Small to Aim High. Solá, Silvia

13:30-14:00

SQ35-is the answer. Radwan, Amanda and Dalton, Maureen Stella

Training and Development for EMI. Nash, Will

11:30- 14:00

SYMPOSIA (American Space- 1st floor)

11:30- 13:00

Symposium 1

Lecciones aprendidas y propuestas de futuro para la formación en inglés del PAS.

Chair: Mª José Iza Martínez. Head of the Human Resources Unit –UPV

Participantes:

  • Proyecto de internacionalización del PAS de la UIB. Torrens Sastre, Margarita
  • Evolución de la gestión de la formación en inglés del PAS-UPV (2007-2017). González, Eva e Iza, Mª José
  • Evolución del programa de formación de inglés para el personal de administración y servicios de la Universidad Pompeu Fabra – Barcelona (2004 – 2017). Amarilla Rodríguez, Vicky y Torné Úbeda, Anna
  • Reflexiones acerca de los programas de formación desarrollados para facilitar el aprendizaje de las competencias lingüísticas en inglés de las personas PAS de la Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona: Qué aprendimos de lo “viejo”, qué seguimos aprendiendo de lo “nuevo”. Fito Pons, Neus y Marcos Cancio, M Carmen

13:00- 14:00

Symposium 2

Necesidades reales del PAS: motivación y optimización de recursos

Targeting the real needs of administrative staff: optimization of resources and motivation

Chair: Julia Zabala. CDL Language Advisor - UPV (Bilingual session)

Participants:

  • Internationalization of Higher Education Administrative Staff through the Erasmus+mobility program: The case of Universitat Politècnica de València. Maria Boquera, UPV
  • Diseño de un programa de aprendizaje de lenguas basado en las necesidades del PAS- Designing a language programme based on the needs of Administrative staff. Julia Zabala,UPV
  • Perfiles lingüísticos de los puestos de trabajo del PAS: el caso de la Universitat de Girona. Andreu Pulidoy Gloria Ferrer, UdG

 14:00–16:00

 LUNCH BREAK (Ground floor) sponsored by

 TRINITY

16:00- 18:00

WORKSHOPS

Workshop 1

Biblioteca room

2nd floor

Managing change and innovation in turbulent times: the tricky case of EMI in higher education

Chair: Stephen Bax. Open University- UK

Workshop 2

Room 03

Ground floor

Best practices and challenges in teaching through EMI

Chair: Elaine Boyd. Institute of Education- University College London

Participants:

  • YvonneMcLucas and David Rhead. Teacher’ training. CDL .UPV
  • Noelia Ruiz. Deputy Head for Multilinguism. U.Jaume I, Castellón
  • Trinidad de Haro . Sub Directorate General for Innovation. Comunidad de Madrid
  • Amaya Mendikoetxea. Vice-rector of Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
  • UPV faculty involved in EMI

Workshop 3

American Space

1st floor

 

Identificando buenas prácticas de gestión para mejorar la competencia lingüística en inglés del PAS

Chair: Carlos Ripoll Soler. Chief Manager of the Institutional Project Unit -UPV

18:30

VISIT TO THE CITY - Bus to city centre at 18:00 – Gate N

20:30

WELCOME RECEPTION (Mirador de Comedias. Calle Comedias, nº7)

FRIDAY 31st March

9:00-10:30

PLENARY SPEAKER (Salón de Grados – 3rd floor)

Language policy and quality assurance tools for the internationalisation of higher education in Spain: the challenges of EMI

Dolores González Álvarez. Vice-rector for students. University of Vigo. Spain

10:30- 11:00

COFFEE BREAK (Ground floor) sponsored by

 TRINITY

11:00- 14:00

PARALLEL PAPER PRESENTATIONS

METHODOLOGICAL APPROACHES

(Postgrado room – 2nd floor)

TEACHER TRAINING

(Room 03 --Ground floor)

 

INSTITUTIONAL PERSPECTIVES

(Seminar – 1st floor)

11:00-11:30

Exploring in-sessional language support in a college in an EMI university in the Arabian Gulf. Littlewood, Suzanne

Confronting the challenge of EMI interaction using authentic materials. Banks, Matthew

Coherence in Linguistic Policy making in Tertiary Education. Obernyer, Gretchen and Orduna Nocito, Elena

11:30-12:00

Identifying in-service support needs for lecturers working in EMI contexts. Beaumont, Ben

Aligning English-Medium Instruction to the CEFR: linguistic competence of university lecturers in Spain. McLucas, Yvonne and Polyakova, Oksana

Assessment needs in University EMI context. Genís, Marta


12:00-12:30

A Systematic Review of English as a Medium of Instruction (EMI) in Higher Education Institutions. The Case of a Business School. Sanahuja Vélez,, Gisela; Ribes Giner, Gabriela and Moya Clemente, Ismael

Perceptions of Faculty Members and Students Regarding the Efficacy of English Medium Instruction. Kir, Elif and Akyüz, Aslı

English Medium Universities outside the Target Language Community: Experience from Turkey. O´Dwyer,John

12:30-13:00

El proyecto de estimulación neurosensorial de la Universitat Politècnica de València.

Origen y fase previa a su aplicación en “EMI” García Gallego, Carlos Vicente y Conejero, Marta (UPV)

An EMI trainer-training programme as a contribution to EMI theory. Roberts, Paul

The role of ESP Departments in International Educational Programs. Warta, Vilmos

13:00-13:30

Mejora de la expresión y comprensión oral a través de la estimulación neuro-sensorial. Pérez Guillot, Cristina

Teaching through English: the case of international commerce. Muñoz de Prat, Javier

Obstacles and challenges for EMI and CLIL programmes in higher education. Jones, Charles

13:30- 14:00

Estimulación neurosensorial en la integración de lenguas extranjeras Cerna, Hernan   y Capitan, Alvaro

Survival strategies for teaching in English when it´s not your first language. Collins, Sara Presant


14:00–16:00

LUNCH BREAK (Ground floor) sponsored by

 TRINITY

16:00-18:30

ROUND TABLE (Salon de Grados – 3rd floor)

Internationalisation - ways forward

Chair: Mónica Bragado Cabeza. Presidenta del Consejo Social de la UPV

Participants:

  • Dolores González Álvarez. Vice-rector for students. University of Vigo. Spain
  • Julie Dearden. Oxford University Department of Education)
  • Stephen Bax. Open University- UK
  • Elaine Boyd. Institute of Education- University College London
  • Carlos Ripoll Soler. Chief Manager of the Institutional Project Unit –UPV, Spain
  • Cristina Pérez Guillot. Head of the Language Centre. UPV, Spain

18:30

CONCLUSIONS and CLOSING (Salon de Grados – 3rd floor)

by Mónica Bragado Cabeza. Presidenta del Consejo Social de la UPV

 

Main sponsor

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