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Account of teaching experience

I consider teaching not only as an important basis and requirement of university work, but also a great opportunity to expand one’s skills and knowledge. 

 

I have considerable teaching experience, both as a course coordinator and guest lecturer, at different levels ranging from BA/MA to PhD levels (see below). These include giving lectures in both English and Swedish, and organizing hands-on laboratories on electrophysiological techniques, experimental phonetics, anechoic chamber recordings, statistics, and data analysis. My responsibilities as a teacher have included preparation of teaching materials, examination, grading, and course administration.

I have been involved in supervision of theses on both BA/MA and doctoral levels, all of which are experimental studies and include behavioural tests and/or electrophysiological techniques.

  • Psycholinguistics – LIN234, BA course, 7.5 ECTS, Stockholm University

  • Psycho- and Neurolinguistics – LIN214, BA/MA/PhD course, 7.5 ECTS, Stockholm University

  • Linguistic Theory and Methodology – LIM011, MA course, 7.5 ECTS, Stockholm University

  • Semantics – LIN310, LIN313, BA/MA course, 7.5 ECTS, Stockholm University

  • Methodology of Studies in Child Langauge Acquisition – LIM017, BA/MA course, 7.

  • Methodology in Language Science – LIN201, BA course, 7.5 ECTS, Stockholm University

  • Experimental Phonetics –2LG031, BA course, 6 ECTS, Stockholm University

  • Introduction to EEG and Eye-tracking, PhD course, 7.5 ECTS, Stockholm University

  • Phonology – LIF321, BA/MA course, 7.5 course, Stockholm University

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