Higher Education Sessions

Martin Parsons
Has been teaching English to learners of all ages in Japan for 20 years. He is currently an associate professor in the Faculty of Business at Hannan University, in Osaka. 


Guzman Mancho
Belongs to the Cercle de Lingüística Aplicada (University of Lleida, Spain). His main scientific interest has to do with the impact  of English-medium instruction on lecturers' practices and beliefs in a  European context. He has also carried out research on Business English curriculum  development.


Marta Aguilar
Lectures at  the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, in Barcelona (Spain). Her research interests include spoken and written academic discourse as well as English for specific purposes. Recently, she  has also published material on English-medium Instruction (EMI) in tertiary education. 


Nashwa Nashaat
(PhD) is a full time lecturer at Universidad San Jorge, where she teaches English for Specific Purposes. She is also a member of the research group MILTHE (Multidisciplinary Innovation Learning and Teaching in Higher Education). Her research focuses on Second Language Acquisition, CLIL, and language assessment.


Elisa Langa Morales
Teaches on the undergraduate Pharmacy  Degree at the University of San Jorge (Zaragoza, Spain). She uses CLIL methodology in one of the courses she teaches. Currently, her research focuses on obtaining active substances by sustainable chemical means.


Bekkar Miloud
Teaches at the Department of the English Language at Stambouli Mustapha University of Mascara, Algeria. He obtained his MA at the Abd Al Hamid University of Mostaganem in 2009, Algeria, his field of interest is the teaching of English as a foreign language (EFL) at the educational system. His main focus is the middle and secondary schools level, and the domain of Didactics and Applied Linguistics.


María Ángeles Martín del Pozo
Has taught English and Spanish as a second language since 1997 (Dublin City University, Universidad de Valladolid). She is currently lecturing on Language Didactics. She completed her thesis at Universidad Complutense de Madrid in the field of CLIL teacher training. In 2000 she was awarded the European Label for Innovative Language Teaching and Learning.


Monika Woźniak
Coordinates teaching, research and innovation at the Universidad San Jorge in Zaragoza, Spain. She has collaborated on numerous ESP and CLIL-related projects, and is currently helping to develop and coordinate the bilingual degree in Pharmacy. Desire Acebes is a PhD student. The group of professors involved in teaching content courses in English in the first year includes: Laura Lomba (pharmacy), Beatriz Giner, Elisa Langa and Eva Terrado (chemistry), Cristina García (veterinary medicine) and Jesús Bergues (physics).


Carmen Sancho Guinda
Faculty Member of the Departamento de Lingüística Aplicada a la Ciencia y a la Tecnología, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. She has published widely on English for Engineering and Applied Linguistics, and her latest book, Key Competences in English Medium Higher Education (Springer) is to be published in June this year.