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Anika Marxl; Research assistant, Lecturer

Anika Marxl studied English and Mathematics at the University of Münster. She received her Bachelor of Arts in 2015. During this time, she also worked as a teacher for German as a foreign language at the Lehrgebiet für Deutsch als Fremdsprache in Münster. In September 2018, she finished her Master of Education while working as a student assistant at the chair of TEFL. Afterwards, she joined the TEFL team at WWU Münster as a research assistant and currently works on her PhD. Her research interests include mediation, global (citizenship) education and multiliteracies.

Contact

Johannisstraße 12-20, Room ES 051
48143 Münster

Phone: +49 251 83-24546

Mail: marxl

  • Research interests

    • mediation (of digital texts)
    • global and democratic education
    • multimodal texts in the FL classroom
    • promoting critical reading
    • global/international service learning
  • CV

    2018 - present

    research assistant, lecturer, PhD student (working title "A Multiliteracy Approach to Mediation") Prof. Dr. Frauke Matz, WWU Münster

    Student of English, Mathematics, and Educational Studies; Master of Education; WWU Münster

    Student assistant at the Chair of TEFL, WWU Münster

    Teacher for German as a foreign language; Lehrgebiet DaF WWU Münster

    Student of English/American Studies, and Mathematics; Bachelor of Arts; WWU Münster

  • Talks

    (invited) "International Service Learning - Cultivating Global Citizenship?" Gastvortrag, Universität Paderborn
    Poster (mit Ricardo Römhild): "Reading Websites Critically – A Guide towards Global Digital Citizenship"
    Internationale Konferenz Education the Global Citizen – International Perspectives on Foreign Language Teaching in the Digital Age. LMU München
    “Global Service Learning – A New Perspective for Global Citizenship Education in the EFL Classroom?!"
    Internationale Konferenz Education the Global Citizen – International Perspectives on Foreign Language Teaching in the Digital Age. LMU München
    “Sprachmittlung 2.0: Die Notwendigkeit von „higher order thinking skills“ bei der Sprachmittlung digitaler Texte zur Förderung von global digital citizenship" DGFF Nachwuchstagung 2019. Justus-Liebing-Universität Gießen
    Workshop: "Mediation and Web 2.0."  7. TEFL Day 2019 – Sprachmittlung im Fremdsprachenunterricht. WWU Münster

    “Discourse Competences for Global Issues”. 50th annual IATEFL Conference; Birmingham, UK