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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

Office hours

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