Teaching

2016-2017

University College London, Department of Linguistics

Teaching fellow to teach the course Semantic-Pragmatic Development (offered to final-year undergraduate and master’s students).

University of Cambridge, Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics

Adjunct faculty member to teach the master’s seminar Experimenting with Meaning.

Hellenic Open University, School of Humanities

Adjunct faculty member (tutor) for the distance-learning postgraduate course Language Development offered as part of the postgraduate programme Master’s in Education Sciences.

2015-2016

University of Cambridge, Pembroke College’s summer programme (in partnership with King’s College)

Supervisor of two undergraduate dissertations on the topics of bilingual aphasia and second language acquisition.

You can find a description of the Pembroke-King’s summer school here.

Université libre de Bruxelles, Département de Langues et Lettres/LaDisco

Gave a two-hour lecture on the topic of bilingualism and its impact on linguistic and pragmatic development.  The lecture was part of a lecture series addressed to linguistics master’s students.

2014-2015

University of Cambridge, Faculty of Education

Gave a two-hour lecture to first-year undergraduate education and psychology students on bilingualism and how it affects cognitive, language, and pragmatic development.  The lecture was part of the Language, Communication and Literacy course.

You can find a description of the course and a summary of my lecture here.

University of Cambridge, Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics

Second examiner of undergraduate and master’s dissertations on topics related to second language learning, bilingualism, semantics, and pragmatics.

Supervisor of undergraduate students for the first-year course Structures and Meanings taught by Dr Napoleon Katsos during the Michaelmas (January-March 2015) and Easter term (April-June, 2015).

A description of the course can be found here.

2013-2014

University of Cambridge, Faculty of Education

Gave a two-hour lecture to first-year undergraduate education and psychology students on bilingualism and how it affects cognitive, language, and pragmatic development.  The lecture was part of the Language, Communication and Literacy course.

University of Cambridge, Social Sciences Research Centre (SSRMC)

Teaching assistant for the statistics courses Introduction to SPSS and Logistic Regression.

You can find a summary for each of these courses here and here.

2011

Supervisor of undergraduate students for the second-year course Semantics and Pragmatics taught by Dr Napoleon Katsos during the Lent (October-November), Michaelmas (January-March), and Easter (April-June) terms.

A description of this course can be found here.