Marina Mattheoudakis is Professor in Applied Linguistics at the School of English, Faculty of Philosophy, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She is a graduate of the School of English and holds an MA in Teaching English as a Second/Foreign Language (University of Birmingham, U.K.) and a Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics from the School of English, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Her research interests lie in the areas of second language acquisition, bilingualism and bilingual education, language teaching methodology and corpus linguistics. She has participated in various research projects (the most recent of them being the teaching of foreign languages to learners with dyslexia, DysTEFL2, which was awarded the ELTons Awards, 2014). She has presented her research in national and international conferences and she has published her papers in refereed journals, books and conference proceedings. In 2005 she founded, with the support of the School of English, A.U.Th, the 3rd Experimental School of Evosmos, which is the first primary school in Greece that is supervised by a university foreign language department. More recently she founded in the School of English the Lab of foreign language learning, teaching and assessment in the school context. She has been the President of the supervisory committee of the 3rd Experimental Primary school of Evosmos since 2011, the President of the Greek Applied Linguistics Association since 2014 and more recently she became the President of the School of Modern Greek, A.U.Th. and of the Centre for the Teaching of Foreign Languages, A.U.Th.
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