Paul Seedhouse and Rob Comber (School of Computing Science) recently received an Erasmus Plus grant of €323,886 for the Linguacuisine project, starting on September 1 2016.
Here is a summary of their new project, which brings together language learning, technology and cooking:
Continue reading More research grant success for Professor Seedhouse – Linguacuisine!
From 6–9 January 2016, Tony Young, Steve Walsh and Alina Schartner took part in a Researcher Links workshop on the Internationalisation of Higher Education in Bangkok, Thailand. Funded by the Newton Fund, the British Council, and the Thailand Research Fund, the workshop was jointly coordinated by Newcastle University and Kasetsart University. It brought together a multidisciplinary group of 30 early-career researchers from the UK and Thailand to address the challenge of promoting values-based, intercultural internationalisation.
Continue reading ALC staff visit Thailand for workshop on internationalisation of HE
A team of researchers, led by Paul Seedhouse, has recently been awarded €270K from the ‘Erasmus Plus KA2 Strategic Partnerships for School Education grant’. The project, which also includes Paul Miller and Jon Haines (School of ECLS, Newcastle University), brings together six partners from five countries, and aims to improve the quality and efficiency of education and training by using ‘Video Enhanced Observation‘ (VEO), an innovative technological approach to support initial teacher training and continuing professional development.
Continue reading Paul Seedhouse leads ‘Video-Enhanced Observation’ project, funded by EU
A few months back, Paul Seedhouse was awarded a grant of £30,000 from the British Council for research on: ‘Candidates Questioning Examiners in the IELTS Speaking Test: An Intervention Study‘. Continue reading Recent research grant success for Paul Seedhouse