姓名： 范栩颖 工作邮箱：email@example.com
2013-2018 哲学博士，教育学，University of Exeter, UK.
2012-2013 理科硕士，教育研究， University of Exeter, UK.
2010-2011 教育硕士， 英语教师教育， University of Exeter, UK.
2007-2010 文科学士， 教育学， University of Exeter, UK.
- Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, Level 3, UK (2017).
- University of Exeter ASPIRE Associate Fellowship, UK (2017).
- Certificate in Advance study: Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, UK (2017).
Fan, X. (2016). An Investigation of Teachers’ Interpretations and Practice of Teaching Thinking Skills in Chinese EFL classrooms, The Asian EFL Journal, 18,(4), 148-162.
Fan, X. (In process). Promoting higher order thinking in primary EFL classrooms. ELT journal.
Meier, G., Hall, E., Fan, X., Liu, J., Yan, T. Alshaikhi, H., & Al Shabibi, Y. (in process). The
potential of collaborative drawing for literacy engagement and identity affirmation in multilingual settings: Guidance for practice and research. Journal of Language, identity & Education.
Fan, X. & Li, L. (2019). Teacher cognition of creativity in primary EFL classrooms. In Li, L. Thinking skills and creativity in second language education. Routledge.
Research Talk to South China Normal University (April, 2019)
- Creativity in Educational Research.
Research Talk to the Language and Education Network at the University of Exeter
- Focused on the new concept of “English thinking” and a thinking-based EFL
Presentation to the International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign
Language (IATEFL) annual conference at SEC Glasgow (April 2017),
- Focused on pedagogical techniques in promoting higher-order thinking skills in
foreign language class.
Presentation to the British Educational Research Association (BERA) annual conference
at University of Leeds (September 2016),
– Focused on teacher cognition of creativity, creative teaching, and developing
learner’s creative thinking.
Presentation to the 20th Conference of the Junior Researcher (JURE) of European
Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI). JURE conference at the
University of Helsinki, Finland (July 2016),
- Focused Western and Eastern perspective on thinking skills.
Presentation to the Women in TESOL-Asian EFL Journal conference at Site Skills
Training Campus, Clark, Philippines (March 2016),
- Focused on the feminist approach to methodology and ethical consideration.
December 2016 - 2018:
University of Exeter
Co-investigator: Collaborative Drawing as an approach to Content and Language Integrated Learning: Opportunities and Challenges.
October 2016 - 2017:
University of Exeter
Research assistant – British Council funded project: The role of metacognition in the success of reading and writing tasks across cultures.
Member of BAAL (British Association for Applied Linguistics)
Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA)
University of Exeter ASPIRE Associate Fellowship (2017)
Certificate in Advance study: Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, Level 7
Reviewer for the journal, Thinking Skills and Creativity
Member of BERA (British Educational Research Association).
Member of IATEFL (International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language).