I am interested in reading and language acquisition in children. My PhD project focuses on the role of written words (orthography) when teaching new foreign vocabulary to primary school children. I am particularly interested in how this translates to classrooms in the real word, so I am looking to collaborate with primary school teachers and MFL co-ordinators to produce a naturalistic, research-informed method for teaching foreign languages in primary school.
I am a member of both the Language and Reading Acquisition (LARA) and the Neuroscience of Communication Development (N-CoDe) labs at Royal Holloway, University of London.
BSc (Hons) Psychology, Royal Holloway, University of London
Sept 2019 → Jun 2022
First Class Honours
I am on a Graduate Teaching Associate studentship, meaning 60% of my time is spent working on my PhD and 40% is spent teaching.
I work as a Teaching Associate in the Department of Psychology at Royal Holloway, University of London. I lead workshops and lab classes on the first year module Introduction to Psychological Research (PS1010).
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