Training the socially-conscious educators of the future. Programs span early childhood, primary and secondary education.
Doctor of Philosophy La Trobe University
Excludes commercial-in-confidence projects.
Knowledge for Network-based Education, Cognition and Teaching (KONECT) project. Funding: 110,000 Euro (Based at Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, funded by Spanish Ministry of Education). With Dr Melinda Dooly, Professor Numa Markee, Dr Shannon Sauro, Professor Steve Thorne.The research project outcomes include collaborative publication of books/articles on telecollaboration where Dr Tudini will contribute a conversation analytic perspective on primary and middle school children’s classroom-based online interactions. (2014-2018).
Open access indicates that an output is open access.
Tudini, V 2016, 'An overview of online intercultural exchange in the Australian context', in R O'Dowd & T Lewis (eds), Online intercultural exchange: policy pedagogy practice, Routledge, US, ch. 6, pp. 111-129.
Liddicoat, AJ & Tudini, V 2013, 'Expert-novice orientations: native speaker power and the didactic voice in online intercultural interaction', in F Sharifian & M Jamarani (eds), Language and intercultural communication in the new era, 1, Taylor and Francis, United States, ch. 10, pp. 181 - 197.
Tudini, V 2018, 'Interactivity in the teaching and learning of foreign languages: what it means for resourcing and delivery of online and blended programmes', Language learning journal, vol. 46, pp. 132-145.
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|Autonomous University of Barcelona||SPAIN|
|University of South Australia||AUSTRALIA|
Partner investigator, Spanish Ministry of Education Research project, KONECT
Spanish Ministry of Education, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona
Supervisions from 2010 shown
|Thesis title||Student status|
|Assessment of intercultural understanding in languages teaching and learning: the case of Spanish ab initio in the Internation Baccalaureate (IB)||Current|
|Interlanguage pragmatic development in a foreign language: a study of request production by undergraduate learners||Current|
|Lucarelli and the contemporary 'giallo' through a post-colonial lens.||Current|
|Teaching foreign language conversation in the virtual classroom: interactional and pedagogical considerations.||Current|
|The role of Semiosis and affordance in suggestopedia language classroom||Current|
|Expanding cannibale satirical writing into the Australian cultural space||Completed|
|Sequence organisation of Facebook home threads||Completed|
|The influence of prior language learning experiences on English as a second language(ESL) and French as a foreign language (FLE) teachers' cultural identities||Completed|
|The Istanbul Quintet: transcultural writers and transcultural novels in the age of global mobility||Completed|