Jo Kukuczka – Presenter at #ALDCon21
Association for Learning Development in Higher Education Conference 2021
Presenter: Jo Kukuczka
Institution: University of Bristol
Jo Kukuczka is a UK-based English for Academic Purposes (EAP) practitioner and currently Subject Lead in EAP at the University of Bristol Centre for Academic Language and Development (CALD). She is a Fellow of HEA, Fellow of BALEAP, peer reviewer for Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education (JLDinHE), and external examiner for an overseas HEI. Her expertise includes teaching EAP and Critical Thinking on pre-sessional and in-sessional foundation, UG, PG programmes, developing curriculum, teacher training, and, very recently, EAP research. She is passionate about teaching, learning, research, and sharing knowledge on curriculum development (incl. assessment and feedback), education for social justice, and the union of theory and practice. She is a co-convenor of the Theory into Practice (TiP) Jiscmail group and a committee member for BALEAP EAP for Social Justice SIG and BALEAP Testing, Assessment and Feedback SIG, as well as an Associate Member of LCT Centre for Knowledge-Building, University of Sydney, Australia.
Kukuczka, J. and Maunder, R. (2021) Supporting students’ academic writing and Critical Thinking skills: what can we learn from applying knowledge used in EAP (English for Academic Purposes) to Psychology classes? Paper presented at the Association for Learning Development in Higher Education Conference 2021, Online.