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Dr Elizabeth Malone

Dr Elizabeth Malone

Telephone: 0151 231 4627

Biography

As the PGCE/PGDE 5-11 Programme Leader at John Moores University I have responsibility for the managment and co-ordination of the various 5-11 postgraduate routes (Core and School Direct) which lead to qualified teacher status for our trainee teachers.

Prior to working at LJMU I taught primary school children in both in England, France and Taiwan. When employed as a qualifed primary teacher in England my specalist subject was primary foreign languages, a research area that still maintain an active interest in.

Degrees
2016 PhD 'Foreign Languages in Primary Education in England: An Ethnographic Case Study of Three School Context'
2010 PGCert Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (Distinction)
2009 MA (Merit) Education
2007 PGCE (with French Specialism)
2003 BA (hons) French

Publications & Conferences:
Institute of Health Research Conference Supporting Primary School Teachers with Mental Health – Primary May 2018
British Education Research Association – Intercultural Understanding: The renewed case for teaching in primary schools Sept 2017
Liverpool John Moores Teaching and Learning Conference– Holding difficult conversations: Finding time and space June 2017
Teacher Education Advancement Network – Primary Foreign Languages Teacher Education Post -2010: Does the intercultural aspect matter anymore or more than ever? May 2017
Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education – I think it’s great, as long as I don’t have to teach it”: English Primary School Teachers’ Perspectives of Foreign Language Teaching January 2016
Higher Education Academy Social Science – Inspire Conference What can Higher Education learn from Primary School? December 2015
Liverpool John Moores Teaching and Learning Conference– Tackling Homophobic Bullying June 2013
Languages in Primary Education Policy in Real-World Classrooms 2011
Specialist Schools and Academies Trust Chinese Conference 2010 - How to Motivate Students who are new to Chinese Jul 2010
CILT Primary Languages Show 2010 Getting Started with Mandarin Mar 2010
Primary Languages Ezine Magazine Chinese New Year Feb 2008

Professional Awards:
Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Social and Economic Engagement Shortlisted: Trainee Teachers Mental Health Confernece 2018
Senior Fellowship Higher Education Academy 2017
Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Social and Economic Engagement Runner Up Award Holding Difficult Conversations 2017 (Primary Team)
Finalist Primary Team: Educate North Award Difficult Conversations 2017
Vice Chancellors Excellence in Teaching and Learning Award ‘Rising Star’ 2015
LJMU’s Ally of the Year Stonewall 2015
LJMU’s Aurora Representative 2014-2015
Vice Chancellor’s Excellence in Teaching and Learning Award (LTA Team Award) 2013
Fellowship Higher Education Academy 2011

Additional Roles and Responsibilities:
School Of Education Learning and Teaching Coordinator 2018 to present
LJMU Employability Champion 2015- 2017
Member of LJMU’s BME Achievement Taskforce 2014- present
Member of LJMU Module Redesign Committee 2013-2014
Staff Survey Engagement Champion 2013-2014
Education Learning and Teaching Representative 2012-2013

Languages

French
Chinese (Mandarin)

Publications

Thesis/Dissertation

Malone EH. FOREIGN LANGUAGES IN PRIMARY EDUCATION IN ENGLAND: AN ETHNOGRAPHIC CASE STUDY OF THREE SCHOOL CONTEXTS Jones M, Peiser G, Rowley A.

Other

Malone EH, Lewis, H., Malone, E., Zhao, J., Medwell, J. . KAL and LLS in KS2 in Mandarin Chinese.