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dr Małgorzata Kurek

13.M.Kurek

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Zakład: Zakład Filologii Angielskiej

Tytuł / stopień naukowy: doktor nauk humanistycznych

Stanowisko: adiunkt

Adres e-mail: gkurka[at]gmail.com

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Dyscyplina naukowa:

językoznawstwo stosowane

Academic discipline:

applied linguistics

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Obszar prac badawczych:

interkulturowe wymiany online (telekolaboracja), rozwijanie kompetencji interkulturowej, blended-learning, nowe technologie w glottodydaktyce, multi-alfabetyzm, otwarta edukacja, kształcenie nauczycieli.

Research interests:

Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL), Computer-Mediated Communication, task design and task-based online teaching, Intercultural Communicative Competence (ICC), Telecollaboration (Virtual Exchanges), Open Education, digital literacies, teacher education and teacher training for CALL

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Dydaktyka:

Technologie informacyjne w dydaktyce i glottodydaktyce, metodyka nauczania jęz. angielskiego, seminarium magisterskie – glottodydaktyka, fonetyka języka angielskiego, gramatyka praktyczna języka angielskiego, praktyczna nauka języka angielskiego, realizacja różnych programów nauczania w trybie międzykulturowych wymian online (tzw. telekolaboracja), szkolenia z zakresu wykorzystania technologii informacyjnych (w trybie stacjonarnym i e-learningowym).

Teaching:

TEFL and CALL teacher training in blended and e-learning modes; BA & MA seminars (Applied Linguistics, TEFL and CALL); Intercultural Online Exchanges (Telecollaboration); multiliteracy courses; workshops in CALL and telecollaboration; new tendencies in language education, EFL – all levels

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Wybrane publikacje / Selected publications:

Hauck,M.,  Kurek, M. (2017) Digital Literacies in Teacher Preparation. In S. Thorne, S. May (Eds.) Language, Education and Technology. Encyclopedia of Language and Education, Springer International Publishing, 1-13. ISBN  978-3-319-02328-1

Kurek, M. Mueller-Hartmann, A. (2017) “Task design for telecollaborative exchanges: in search of new criteria” System, 64, 7-20

Jager, S., Kurek, M., O’Rourke, B. (Eds.) (2016) New directions in telecollaborative research and practice: selected papers from the second conference on telecollaboration in higher education. Dublin: Research-publishing.net. ISBN 978-1-908416-40-7

Kurek, M. (2016) Addressing cultural diversity in preparing teachers for openness: culturally sensitive appropriation of open content », Alsic Vol. 19, URL : http://alsic.revues.org/2904

Müller-Hartmann. A., Kurek, M. (2016) Virtual group formation and the process of task design in online intercultural exchanges. In R. O’Dowd M., T. Lewis (Eds.) Online Intercultural Exchange: Policy, Pedagogy, Practice. Routledge. 131-149.

Kurek, M. (2015) Designing tasks for complex virtual learning environments. Bellaterra Journal of Teaching & Learning Language & Literature. Vol. 8. (2) (May-June 2015), 13-32. http://revistes.uab.cat/jtl3/article/view/v8-n2-kurek

Kurek, M., Skowron, A. (2015) Going Open? – teachers’ perspective on openness in education. In A. Turula, M. Chojnacka (Red.) CALL for bridges between school and academia. Bern: Peter Lang. 11-31.

Kurek, M., Hauck, M. (2014) Closing the digital divide– a framework for multiliteracy training. In L. Williams and J. Pettes Guikema (Eds.), Digital literacies in foreign language education: Research, perspectives, and best practices. CALICO Monograph Series, San Marcos. 119-141.

Kurek, M. (2014) The potential of telecollaborative projects for teacher training programmes. In A. Turula, B. Mikołajewska (Eds.) Insights into Technology Enhanced Language Pedagogy. Peter Lang. 25-38.

Kurek, M., Turula, A. (2014) Digital autonomy – wishful thinking or reality? On teacher attitudes to Web 2.0 tools. In M. Dadigovic (Ed), Attitudes to technology in ESL/EFL pedagogy. Dubai, UAE: TESOL Arabia. 112-128.

Kurek, M., Turula, A.  (2013) Praca zespołowa online: uwarunkowania kulturowe i edukacyjne – próba analizy In J. Stanczyk, E. Nowikiewicz  (Eds.) Dydaktyka językowa a kompetencje ogólne. Bydgoszcz. 247-259.

Kurek, M., Maciaszczyk, S. (2012) Media społecznościowe – Let’s face them. Języki Obce w Szkole, 03/12, 69-77.

Krajka, J., Kurek, M., Maciaszczyk, S., Savlovska, D., Vlad, M., Zourou, K. (2010) Social media and language learning: beliefs, attitudes and uses in Latvia, Poland and Romania. Dostępne także: http://www.elearningeuropa.info/languagelearning

Kurek, M. (2008) Aspekt motywacyjny i kompetencyjny wykorzystania narzędzi elektronicznych w samokształceniu językowym. In A. Michońska-Stadnik, Z. Wąsik (Eds.) Nowe spojrzenie na motywację w dydaktyce języków obcych. Wrocław: Wydawnictwo Wyższej Szkoły Filologicznej we Wrocławiu, 97-109.

Kurek, M. (2007) The Impact of Computer-mediated Text on Current Literacy Practices – Implications for Academic Teachers. In: Piotr Kakietek, Joanna Nykiel (Eds.) Linguistics Vol. 4 (85-101)

Kurek, M. (2006) Using web-based research tasks for the promotion of deep learning. Teaching English with Technology Vol. 6 (1). Available: http://www.iatefl.org.pl/call/j_article23.htm

Kurek, M. (2005) Redefining literacy in the society of knowledge.  In A. Kozłowska (Ed) The Transitional Concepts in the Face of the European Unification Process. Częstochowa: Wyższa Szkoła Lingwistyczna, 77-85.

Kurek, M. (2005) Pytania jako narzędzie aktywizacji na lekcji języka obcego. Poliglota. 2/2005, 74-79.

Kurek, M. (2005) Rola Internetu w kształtowaniu postaw badawczych wśród studentów filologii angielskiej In K. Karpińska-Szaj, (Ed) Nauka języków obcych w dobie integracji europejskiej.  Łask, Oficyna Wydawnicza Leksem, 381-389.

Kurek, M. (2002) Webquests – projekty internetowe na lekcjach języka angielskiego. Języki Obce w Szkole 4/2002, 72-77.

Kurek, M. (2002) The Internet in ESL college education – a proposal for the Internet-enhanced college course. Teaching English with Technology Vol. 2 (5).

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Additional information:

Papers given at international conferences:

  • Managing cultural diversity in the context of open education – lessons learnt. IASIC Conference: Bridging across Languages and Cultures, Barcelona, 25-27, Nov 2016.
  • Cultural appropriation of open content. Paper presented at LangOER conference: Open Education: promoting diversity for European languages, Brussels, 26-27 Sep, 2016
  • Instructional design for opennes – practical implications, 23rd EuroCALL Conference, Limassol, Cyprus 24-27 Aug 2016
  • Virtual Nomads – multiple insights into mobility – a keynote speech at PL CALL Conference, Krakow, Poland, 3-4 June 2016.
  • „Should I tell my partner or should my teacher do it?“ – group formation processes in telecollaborative projects (with A. Mueller-Hartmann) Second Conference on Telecollaboration, Dublin, Trinity College, Ireland 21-23 April, 2016
  • Addressing cultural diversity in preparing teachers for Open Educational Practices, 22nd EuroCALL Conference, Padova, Italy, 25-29 May 2015
  • Enhancing teaching and learning of less used languages through Open Educational Resources (OER) and Practices (with L. Bradley i K. Zourou) 22nd EuroCALL Conference, Padova, Italy, 25-29.05.2015
  • Integrating online student exchanges into academic practice, 6th International May Conference, Uniwersytet Pedagogiczny, Kraków, 14-15.05.2015
  • Going open? – teachers’ perspective on openness in education (with A. Skowron, AJD) PL CALL Conference, Warszawa, 5-6.06.2014
  • Narzędzia Web 2.0 jako podstawa językowych zadań dydaktycznych. PL CALL Conference, Warszawa, 5-6.06.2014
  • Designing tasks for university telecollaboration (with A. Mueller-Hartmann). INTENT conference, León, Spain, 12-14.02.2014
  • Fit for purpose through telecollaboration – a pedagogical approach to multiliteracy (with M. Hauck). INTENT conference, León, Spain, 12-14.02.2014
  • Helping academic teachers implement intercultural online exchanges in daily academic practice. EuroCALL, Évora, Portugal, 11-14.09.2013
  • The socially-networked learner: from informed reception, through thoughtful participation to creative contribution. EuroCALL, Goeteburg, Sweden, 22-25.08.2012
  • Developing a databank of telecollaborative tasks: challenges and outcomes. EuroCALL CMC SIG, Bologna, Italy, 29-30.03.2012
  • Language competencies in CMC – a taxonomy proposal. EuroCALL SIG, Barcelona, Spain, 14-15.04.2011
  • Assessing tertiary-level online courses: faculty vs. students’ perspective. EuroCALL SIG, Lyon, France , 26-28.05. 2010
  • Using ICT for Self-Study in Foreign Language Learning. EuroCALL, Széhesfehévár, Hungary, 3-6.09.2008
  • Reshaping foreign language literacy skills in academic EFL students through CALL activities. Does it work? Eco-Media Europe, Wolfsberg, Austria, 4-8.10.2006
  • Using web-based research tasks for the promotion of deep learning. EuroCALL, Cracow, 24-27.08.2005

EU-funded projects:

  • 2014 – 2016 Lang OER: Enhance learning and teaching of less-used languages through Open Educational Resources. The Lifelong Learning Programme (local coordination) http://langoer.eun.org ;
  • 2011 –2014 INTENT Integrating telecollaborative networks into foreign language higher education. The Erasmus Programme. http://uni-collaboration.eu/ (local coordination);
  • 2009 – 2012 LS6- Social Media and Language Learning. The Lifelong Learning programme (local coordination);
  • 2006-2008 Media Passport: A Blended learning Course for Language Teachers in Media

Other:

  • EuroCALL – member of the Executive Committee (co-opted) – since 2015
  • UNIcollaboration – member of the board (2nd training officer) http://www.unicollaboration.org
  • reviewer for ReCALL, Language Learning & Technology, Teaching English with Technology