LLCE2022 - Invited speakers


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Emeritus Professor of Education & Youth Studies

Beloit College, U.S.A

Disciplines: Public Law, Educational Theory, Educational Policy, Comparative Education, Cultural Anthropology
Skills and expertise: Pedagogy, Critical Discourse Analysis, Pre-Service Teachers, Teacher Training, Teaching Methodology, Professional Development, Curriculum Development, E-Learning, Academic Writing, Critical Thinking, Discourse Studies, Collaborative Learning, Technology Enhanced Learning, Critical Pedagogy, Faculty Development, Student Development, Social Pedagogy, Experiential Education, Intercultural Training
  Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
  Skills and expertise: ELT, Language Teaching, Teacher Training, Teaching Methodology, Foreign Language Learning, Applied Linguistics,
  Language Acquisition, Language Learning Strategies, Assessment, E-Learning, Online Learning, Technology Enhanced Learning, Distance Education, Blended Learning, Constructivism, Culture, Politics, and Education, Pre-Service Teachers, Theory of e-Learning, SLA, English for Specific Purposes, Second Language Acquisition, English Language Studies, Intercultural Communication, Discourse Studies, Cross-Cultural Communication, Critical Discourse Analysis, Contrastive Linguistics, Instructional Technology



Eva Reid - Associate Professor - Comenius University in Bratislava |  LinkedIn doc. Eva Reid, PhD
University of Comenius, Slovakia
Doc. Reid focuses her pedagogical and research interests on the diction of the English language and literature, specifically on developing intercultural communicative competence in English language teaching, teaching English pronunciation and teaching English to gifted children. She has several publications in the named areas, the most valuable of which are the monographs "Intercultural aspects in teaching English at primary schools" (2014) and "English Language Education to Pupils with General Intellectual Giftedness" (2020) published by Peter Lang and indexed in the Scopus database; the chapter "Gifted education programmes" (2020) in the monograph "The Routledge Handbook of Translation and Education", which is indexed in the WOS and Scopus databases. Other publications include more than 60 scientific and scholarly publications (11 indexed in Scopus and WOS databases), for which she has more than 350 references. She is also the primary author of four English language teaching sets for third and fourth-year primary schools, "That's us" and "Cool English School". She has completed lectures, work and project visits in the USA, Germany, Austria, Denmark, Great Britain, Poland, the Czech Republic, China, Russia and Kazakhstan.


Universidad Pública de Navarra, Spain
Associate Professor Camino Bueno Alastuey´s research interests focus on studying Information and Communication Technologies applied to Foreign Language Teaching and Testing. She has published research papers and chapters in books about that topic, including 12 articles in journals indexed in JCR (four Q1), and a further article in another journal indexed in ERIH. Furthermore, she has published 18 papers in other journals and nine double-blind-reviewed book chapters. She has also presented 22 contributions to specialized and international conferences, three of which have been invited presentations.  She has supervised six dissertations for the BA Degree in Primary and Nursery Education (TFG) and 20 dissertations for the Master of Secondary education. Finally, she regularly reviews journal articles for four journals indexed in JCR (Revista de Educación, Computer Assisted Language Learning, System e InJAL)
The Árni Magnusson Institute for Icelandic Studies in Reykjavik, Iceland
Earned PhD in Second Language Studies from the University of Iceland in 2020. Currently, working as a project manager at the international department of the Árni Magnússon Institute for Icelandic Studies. The focus of his research is on Icelandic as a second language, natural language, multimodal behaviour of human speakers in conversations, natural language corpus, creating conversational scenarios, design of conversational behaviour of Embodied Conversational Agents (ECAs), computer games for language learning, and CALL in general. He is also interested in Applied Linguistics and teaching Icelandic as a second or foreign language.

doc. Mgr. Hana Vančová, PhD.

University of Trnava, Slovakia

Associate Professor Hana Vančová focuses her pedagogical and research interest on English pronunciation, contrastive linguistics, developing communication skills, introducing technology and digital tools into language teaching, using language learning strategies in foreign language learning and eye tracking for analysing language processing. In addition, she is interested in English homonymy, applied linguistics and eye movement analysis for language processing. She has published more than 40 publications. The most important ones include "Pronunciation practices in EFL learning" and "Pronunciation practices in EFL learning". She has also been involved in continuous teacher training.