Andrew Jones, B.A., M.Phil.
Fachbereich 7: Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft
Neuer Graben 40
Sprechzeiten: Mondays, 2-3p.m.
2001-2005: B.A. German Studies with distinction in spoken German (University of Birmingham)
2006-2008: M.Phil. German Studies (University of Birmingham)
2009-2010: TEFL / TESOL certificate, including various supplementary certificates in specialist teaching areas (i2i)
2003-2004 and 2005-2006: Language teaching assistant in Dortmund (British Council/PAD)
2005-2006: English teacher (vocational school in Dortmund)
2005-2011: Contract instructor of English at the Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, TU Dortmund
2005-2012: Freelance English trainer for various language schools, companies, public service institutes and private clients
2005-2013: Freelance translator (German-English) and proofreader (English) for public and private clients, including various German universities
2008-2010: Contract instructor of English at the university language centre, TU Dortmund
2009-2012: Freelance coach for professors, academic teaching staff and doctoral candidates (public speaking, conference preparation, academic writing and correspondence) at TU Dortmund
2010-2011: Head of English at the university language centre, TU Dortmund
2011: Lecturer of English Language at the university language centre, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg
2011-2013: Coordinator of English at the university language centre, TU Dortmund
2011-2013: Coordinator of Language Teacher Training at the university language centre, University of Münster
2012: Contract instructor of English at the university language centre, University of Göttingen
Since 2013: Lector of English Language and British Cultural Studies at the Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, University of Osnabrück
2015: Nominated for the "Hans Mühlenhoff-Preis der Universität Osnabrück für gute akademische Lehre"
2016: Nominated for and co-recipient of the "Hans Mühlenhoff-Preis der Universität Osnabrück für gute akademische Lehre"
Arbeitsschwerpunkte und Forschung
English Language teaching, assessment and teacher training - main areas of interest: spoken language skills, grammar, task-based teaching, continuous assessment, feedback mechanisms, collaborative learning, learning platforms in language teaching and testing
Language and philosophy, psychology, politics, the law
Language and creativity
Public speaking and debating