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Professor Clare Furneaux – University of Reading

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Professor Clare Furneaux

Name:
Professor Clare Furneaux
Job Title:
Teaching and Learning Dean
Clare Furneaux

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Responsibilities

National Award: Clare was made a National Teaching Fellow by the UK Higher Education Academy in 2009.

Teaching and Learning Dean (with responsibility for the student experience)

Co-chair Sub-Committee on Student Experience and Support

T&L Dean for the Institute of Education, the School of Law and of the School of Politics, Economics and International Relations (SPEIR).

Founding former Academic Director for the MA English Language Teaching by Distance Study (until 2015)

Clare supervises PhD students in DELAL in areas of second language writing.

Areas of Interest

Clare's EdD included an Institution Focused Study entitled 'Undergraduates and Technology: Uses and Attitudes', and a thesis entitled 'Masters Level Study in a British Context: Developing Writers'. Her research interests are concerned with developing second language writing skills (especially in English for Academic Purposes contexts) and on-line/distance learning. She also supervises research in the areas of curriculum design and study skills.

Research groups / Centres

Applied Linguistics Research Group.

Publications

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Qualifications

BA Joint Honours English and History (Bristol); Post-graduate Certificate in Typography: Web-based Design (Reading); Post-graduate Certificate 'Applications of IT in Open and Distance Learning' (Open University). Diploma in the Teaching of English Overseas (Manchester ); MA in Applied Linguistics (Reading); EdD (Institute of Education, University of London).

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