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dr Anna Murkowska

e-mail: a.murkowska@uw.edu.pl
Dyżur w semestrze zimowym 2016/2017: BY APPOINTMENT

Position

2008-to date – Director’s Plenipotentiary for Curriculum Development;
2004-2008 – Vice Director of the University of Warsaw Centre for Foreign Language Teacher Training and European Education;
1998-2004 – Co-founder & Director of the University of Warsaw Centre for Foreign Language Teacher Training and European Education;
1993-1998 – Director of University of Warsaw College of English Language Teacher Education.

Involvement in European Projects
• Coordinator of the following programmes: TEMPUS JEP 1930 (1993-95) and JEN (1995-97) for teachers of the University of Warsaw English Language Teacher Education College and teacher training colleges nationwide affiliated with the University of Warsaw.
• Coordinator of the following programmes sponsored by the British Council for teachers of the University of Warsaw English Language Teacher Education College and teacher training colleges nationwide affiliated with the University of Warsaw.
PACE (Polish Access to English) 1992-1994,
PRINCE (Pre-In-service and Continuing Education) 1994-1998,
SPRITE (Support for Polish Reform in Teacher Education ) 1998-2000.
• Co-author and co-ordinator of the project MA in English Language Teaching (1997) financed by TESSA (Training and Education in Strategically Significant Areas).
• 1993-2000 Organiser of 15 international conferences for teachers of the University of Warsaw English Language Teacher Education College and teacher training colleges nationwide affiliated with the University of Warsaw, which were aimed at disseminating the results of the programmes: Tempus, JEP-1930, JEN,1995-96 and PACE/PRINCE/SPRITE 1992 – 2000.

Plurilingualism & pluriculturalism activities

• 2000-2003 Graz, European Centre for Modern Languages:
Participant of the ECML programme Janua Linguarum- The Gateway to Languages. The Introduction of language awareness into curriculum. and co-ordinator of these activities in the University of Warsaw English Language Teacher Education College.
• 24th November 2001 the University of Warsaw: Co-organiser of the international conference organised by the University of Warsaw Centre for Foreign Language Teacher Training and European Education for primary school teachers, secondary school teaches and academic teachers on the dissemination of the Janua Linguarum programme;
• 24th November 2003 the University of Warsaw: Co-organiser of the workshop for academic teacher trainers on ‘Differentiating and Developing the Foreign Language Teacher Education Curriculum by incorporating it with Plurilingualism & Pluriculturalism’.
• 2004-2007 Graz, European Centre for Modern Languages:
A member of the co-ordinating team of ECML ‘Language Educator Awareness (LEA) Programme’, which has sought to incorporate dimensions of plurilingualism and pluriculturalism via language educators into language learning institutions.
The main objective of the project was to elaborate didactic materials for language teacher educators, thereby enabling them to introduce plurilingualism and pluriculturalism into the classroom.

Other conferences participation

• 28th-29th September  2011, The University of Warsaw
Participant of the conference: Multilingual Competences for Professional and Social Success in Europe. (Kompetencje językowe podstawą sukcesu zawodowego i społecznego w Europie) organised by the Ministry of Education and The Foundation for the Development of the Educational System.
• 11th June 2013, The University of Warsaw,
Building a support and developing the systems aimed at improving the quality of education in the University of Warsaw (2012/2013). Organised by the University Team for Quality of Education Assurance (UTQEA).
• 23rd-24th September  2015, the University of Warsaw
Conference participant: ‘Assessment in Language Education.’ (Ocenianie w edukacji językowej) organised by The Foundation for the Development of the Educational System.
• 20th–21st November 2015, The University of Warsaw,
Conference participant: Humanities versus a Practical Profile of University Education in Teaching Language, Literature and Culture. (Humanistyka a praktyczny profil kształcenia uniwersyteckiego w nauczaniu języka, literatury i kultury  w warunkach obcokulturowych) organised by the University of Warsaw Centre for Foreign Language Teacher Training and European Education and the University of Wrocław, Faculty of Philology.
• 11th December 2015, Polish Rectors Foundation, Warsaw,
Seminar participant: European Qualifications Framework - Level 5 programmes in the Polish educational system. Part II (Poziom 5 – brakujące ogniwo?)
• 20th September  2016, The University of Warsaw,
Conference participant: Languages for specific purposes (Język do zadań specjalnych), organised by The Foundation for the Development of the  Educational System and the European Commission.
• 14th November 2016, Polish Rectors Foundation, Warsaw,
Seminar participant: European Qualifications Framework - Level 5 programmes in Polish educational system. Part III (Poziom 5 – brakujące  ogniwo).
• 1st-2nd December 2016, European Language Council Forum (CEL/ELC): Languages and societal challenges. The role of Higher Education, Forum participant.

University Degrees:

1966 MA degree in English Philology, Institute of English Studies, the University of Warsaw.
1975 Doctorate in Humanities, Faculty of English, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań.

Member of:

‘Societas Linguistica Europaea’
‘Polskie Towarzystwo Językoznawcze’
‘Polish Association for the Study of English’
‘Polskie Towarzystwo Językoznawstwa Kognitywnego’
‘Education and Linguistic and Cultural Diversity’ (EDiLiC)


Publications:
Articles and reviews on modern & historical English grammar and foreign language teacher training.