Adam Donnelly from the University of Glasgow explores the possibilities lesson materials present for the development of students’ identity as self-regulated learners.
In his poster presentation, Alex Runchman, from University College Dublin, reflects on the transitional identity of pre-sessional students.
Nasatorn Witayarat from the University of Glasgow, in her poster presentation, analyses experiences of Thai PhD students adapting to studying in the UK.
Jie Zhang from the University of Glasgow, in her poster presentation, reports on transitional experiences of Chinese students on PG taught courses.
Sarah Telfer and Vivienne Newton from the University of Bolton discuss academic literacy skills acquisition in relation to learner identity in their poster presentation at BALEAP PIM in Glasgow.
Aleks Palanac, an EAP Tutor from the University of Leicester, is going to talk about positive psychology in the context of EAP.
Dr Gayle Pringle Barnes and Anneli Williams from the University of Glasgow are going to talk about flexible identities around an in-sessional course.
Gary Riley-Jones, Senior Lecturer from Goldsmiths, University of London is going to disentangle the concept of ‘critical’ in relation to the student identity transformation.
Susie Cowley-Haselden, Senior Lecturer in EAP at University of Northampton. is going to focus on threshold concepts and challenges to learner identity.
Jayne Pearson, a Lecturer in EAP at the University of Westminster, is going to talk about the impacts of assessment on identity.