Carol Joy Everhard-Theophilidou
Carol J. Everhard-Theophilidou is a foreign instructor in the Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics of the School of English, Aristotle University, Thessaloniki.
She holds an M.A. in English and French Language and Literature from the University of Glasgow, a post-graduate Diploma in Librarianship from the University of Wales, the R.S.A. Diploma in TEFL and is a Member of CILIP, IATEFL, TESOL Greece and GALA.
After graduation, she was involved in the organization of resources for teaching and learning at Jordanhill College of Education (the largest teacher-training college in Europe, now the Dept. of Education, University of Strathclyde). She has over twenty years' experience of teaching and training in EFL, and is a Supervisor and Oral Examiner for the full suite of UCLES EFL examinations, as well as BEC. She worked for the British Council D .T.O. in Thessaloniki as a Teacher of all levels from Beginners to Proficiency, as a Coordinator of Elementary and Intermediate Levels, as a Teacher Trainer, as Organiser of Staffroom Resources, as Self-access Centre Organiser and as an Adviser on setting up self-access resources. She taught English as a compulsory Foreign Language in the Department of French at AUTh for seven years, before joining the staff of the School of English. She regularly attends and participates in conferences and symposiums. She was involved in the PEPSA Multi-media program for two years, working on the area of idiomatic language and her sessions on the departmental teacher- training seminars 'Training for Excellence" have been as follows:
- Affect in Language Learning
- Autonomy and the Role of the Learner
- Dealing with Idioms
- Materials Production
- Modes of Learning
- Self-access and Learner-based Teaching
- Using Portfolios
She has published articles and papers, mainly on the subject of autonomy and self-access which are areas she continues to research in depth.
Tel.: +30 2310 99 7406
- Everhard C.J. (1992) Is Self-access Madness ? Agora, No.2, The British Council, Athens. Summer 1992.
- Everhard C.J. (1992) Self-access Means Never Having to Say You're Sorry. E.L.T. News. November, 1992.
- Everhard C.J. (1993) Independent Learning at the British Council Teaching Centre, Thessaloniki - a Story of Moderate Success. English Studies : Information Update. Issue 10. Self-access in English Language Learning. The British Council.
- Everhard C.J. (1993) Everything You Always Wanted to Know about SACs but Were Afraid to Ask. Cambridge '92 Papers. C.M.D.T., The British Council. 1993.
- Everhard C.J. (1995) Self-access: the Ways and Means ; the Pros and Cons. 9th International Symposium on Theoretical and Applied Linguistics Papers. Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, School of English, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. 1995.
- Everhard C.J. and Ypsilandis G.S. (1996) The Role of Computer Technology in Independent Learning. 10th International Symposium on Theoretical and Applied Linguistics Papers. Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, School of English, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. 1997.
- Everhard C.J. (1999) Gone Fishing! Learner Autonomy and What It Implies for the Teacher. Working Papers in Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, Volume 6. Department of English Language and Literature. School of Philosophy. Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. 1999.
- Everhard C.J. (pending) The Enigmas of Idiomaticity and Their Relation to Developments in the English Language. New Englishes. The School of English. (in press, 2002)
Fax: +30 2310 99 7432