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Moira Hill

She holds an M Ed. in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) and a B Sc. in Mathematics, both from the University of Manchester, UK. She is also certified as a ‘Trainer of trainers of adults in vocational education’, a ‘Trainer of adults’ and an ‘Assessor of trainers of adults in vocational education’ by the National Accreditation Centre for Vocational Education (Ε.ΚΕ.ΠΙΣ). She is currently working as a research assistant and academic secretary for the Research Centre in English Language Teaching, Testing and Assessment (RCeL), Faculty of English Studies, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and is also a trainer of assessors for the Greek State Certificate of Language Proficiency (KPG).
She has worked as a Tutor/Teacher trainer for the Hellenic Open University’s M.Ed. in TESOL programme for English Language Teachers, a Tutor/Teacher Trainer on various TESOL courses at the University of Manchester and City College Manchester, UK, and an English language teacher to young learners and adults, at various levels, in private language schools in Greece. She has also worked as a Trainer of Trainers of Adults and a trainer of Assessors of Trainers of Adults in Continuing Vocational Education for the National programme run by the National Accreditation Centre for Vocational Education (EKEPIS). Besides teaching, she has also been involved in the design and production of Educational Materials as a materials’ writer and as a Distance Education Methodology Advisor for the Hellenic Open University (HOU), since 1998. She has written teaching materials for distance education programmes for the H.O.U and the university of Manchester and articles on the education of language teachers, with contributions in refereed journals, such as Open Learning. Her research interests include English language teaching methodology, teacher education, adult education and the training of adult educators, and open and distance education.


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