Dr Elizabeth Malone
School of Education
Faculty: Faculty of Arts Professional and Social Studies
School: School of Education
Email address: E.H.Malone@ljmu.ac.uk
Telephone: 0151 231 4627
As the Head of Primary Programmes at John Moores University I have responsibility for the management and co-ordination of the various primary initial teacher training programmes, including Programme Leader responsibilities for the 3-7 and 5-11 postgraduate routes (Core and School Direct).
Prior to working at LJMU I taught primary school children in both in England, France and Taiwan. When employed as a qualified primary teacher, in England, my specialist subject was primary foreign languages, a research area within which I maintain an active interest.
PhD 'Foreign Languages in Primary Education in England: An Ethnographic Case Study of Three School Context'
PGCert Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (Distinction)
MA (Merit) Education
PGCE (with French Specialism)
BA (hons) French
Malone, E. 2020. Your Booksmart, School-savvy, Stress-busting Primary Teacher Training Companion
Malone, E. 2022. Primary foreign languages national curriculum expectations in England: implications for practice from the Ofsted curriculum research review for languages and the 24 languages subject inspections. EDUCATION 3-13
Malone, E. (2022) Five ways to teach foreign languages in key stage 1 TIMES EDUCATION SUPPLEMENT
Malone, E. (2022) Why a learning walk is a must for all governors post-pandemic TIMES EDUCATION SUPPLEMENT
Malone, E. (2022) Primary Foreign Languages: School Practice ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF PRIMARY EDUCATION BULLETIN
Malone, E. (2022) Deja Vu: Where are we with foreign languages? ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF PRIMARY EDUCATION BULLETIN
Mistry, M & Malone, E. (2020) The impact of Covid-19: Parental Perspectives ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF PRIMARY EDUCATION BULLETIN
Malone, E. 2018. Institute of Health Research Conference Supporting Primary School Teachers with Mental Health
Malone, E. 2017. British Education Research Association (BERA) Conference Intercultural Understanding: The renewed case for teaching in primary schools
Malone, E. 2017. LJMU Teaching & Learning Conference Holding Difficult Conversations
Malone, E. 2017. Teacher Education Advancement Network Does the intercultural aspect matter anymore or more than ever?
Malone, E. 2016. Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education I think it’s great, as long as I don’t have to teach it”: English Primary Teachers’ Perspectives of Foreign Language Teaching
Malone, E. 2015. Higher Education Academy Social Science – Inspire Conference What can Higher Education learn from Primary School?
Malone, E. 2013. LJMU Teaching & Learning Conference Tackling Homophobic Bullying
Malone, E. 2010. Specialist Schools and Academies Trust Chinese Conference How to Motivate Students who are new to Chinese
Malone, E. 2010. CILT Primary Languages Show Getting Started with Mandarin
Malone, E. 2022. Association for the Study of Primary Education Déjà vu: Where are we with primary foreign languages?
Malone EH, Lewis, H., Malone, E., Zhao, J., Medwell, J. . KAL and LLS in KS2 in Mandarin Chinese.
Malone EH. FOREIGN LANGUAGES IN PRIMARY EDUCATION IN ENGLAND: AN ETHNOGRAPHIC CASE STUDY OF THREE SCHOOL CONTEXTS Jones M, Peiser G, Rowley A. Public Url
Beaumont J, Putwain D, Gallard DC, Malone E, Marsh HW, Pekrun R. Students’ Emotion Regulation and School-Related Wellbeing: Longitudinal Models Juxtaposing Between- and Within-Person Perspectives Beaumont JOANNA, Gallard DIAHANN, Malone ELIZABETH, Marsh HERB, Pekrun REINHARD. Journal of Educational Psychology, Public Url