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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.

Languages
French
Mandarin

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

Conference Publication (journal proceedings)

Malone EH. 2016. “I think it’s great, as long as I don’t have to teach it”: English Primary School Teachers’ Perspectives of Foreign Language Teaching

Malone EH. 2015. Going back to school: What HE can learn from primary school

Malone EH. How to Motivate Students who are new to Chinese KS3. SSAT Confucius Institute and Chinese Networks Chinese Conference

Malone EH. Getting Started with Mandarin. Primary Languages Show

Theses / Dissertations

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.

Engagement & Impact

Award:

Award title: Vice Chancellors Learning and Teaching Award: Team Award

Award title: Teaching and Learning Excellence Awards: Rising Star 2015 Rising Star Award, made to an early career staff member in each Faculty to recognise a particularly significant teaching contribution and leadership potential in teaching and learning. Elizabeth Malone, Faculty of Education Health and Community for ‘adopting innovative a teaching approaches that inspire participation.’, Awarding body: LJMU, URL: https://www.ljmu.ac.uk/about-us/news/ljmu-teaching-and-learning-academy-formally-launched

Membership of professional bodies:

Senior Fellow, Higher Education Academy

Fellow of the HEA, HEA