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Hochschulausbildung

  • 2012: Promotion (Didaktik der Englischen Sprache und Literatur / Englische Sprachwissenschaft)
    LMU München
  • 1996-1998: Master in Italienisch / Angewandte Linguistik
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
  • 1981-1990: Laurea (ital. Hochschulabschluss), Studium der Germanistik und Anglistik
    Università degli Studi di Firenze

Publications

  • (2019) Gallo, E. Fogli integrativi per UniversItalia 2.0 vol.1 per il livello A2/B1 / Kopiervorlagen zu UniversItalia Band 1 für Niveau A2/B1, Hueber Verlag. (zusammen mit G. Pedrotti)
    https://www.hueber.de/universitalia-2.0/materialien?kategorie=kopiervorlage&kategorie_1=audio&band=b2&band_1=b2
    https://www.hueber.de/media/36/530_26943_001_01_UniversItalia_KV_B1_B2.pdf
  • (2018) Gallo, E. “'Totally awesome'. Exploring teachers’ scope of action to enable and support autonomous learning”. In: Ludwig, C., Pinter, A., Smits, T., Tassinari, M.G., Van de Poel, K. (Eds.) Fostering learner autonomy ‐ learners, teachers and researchers in action (Ebook). Candlin & Mynard ePublishing.
  • (2018) Gallo, E. “Facing Autonomy. University Language Teachers as Autonomous Learning Professionals”. In: Schwienhorst, K. (Ed.) Learner Autonomy in Second Language Pedagogy and Research. Challenges and Issues. (Ebook). Candlin & Mynard ePublishing
  • (2017) Gallo, E. and M.G. Tassinari “’Positive feelings about my work: I needed it!’ Emotions and emotion self-regulation in language teachers”. Apples – Journal of Applied Language Studies, 11(2), pp. 55-84, Link zum Download (extern)
  • (2016) Gallo, E. “’I Want to Be Happy as a Teacher’. How Emotions Impact Teacher Professional Development”, in: Gabryś-Barker, D., Gałajda, D. (Eds.). Positive Psychology Perspectives on Foreign Language Learning and Teaching, Springer, pp. 249-266
  • (2015) Gallo, E. Review of Webinar: "How learning strategies can foster learner autonomy" by Anna Uhl Chamot, IATEFL Independence 2015, Issue 65
  • (2015) Gallo, E. Review of Webinar: "Positive psychology in language learning: The role of hope, optimism, and resilience in learners' stories" by Rebecca Oxford, IATEFL Voices 2015, Issue 246
  • (2012) Gallo, E. Teacher professional development. How university language teachers approach their own professional development. Electronic doctoral dissertation, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München, Link zum Download (extern)
  • (2003) Gallo, E. “Insegnanti di tutto il mondo: informatevi!” Book Review: „Breaking tradition: an exploration of the historical relationship between theory and practice in second language teaching“ by Diane Musumeci (1997) in: Didattica e Classe Plurilingue, Bollettino Ilsa 2003,  Link zur Rezension (extern)
  • (2001) Gallo, E. “Un'inchiesta presso scuole campione fiorentine sui problemi e le soluzioni tentate per l’integrazione linguistica degli studenti immigrati”, in: Atti del IX Convegno nazionale ILSA Intercultura e insegnamento dell'italiano a immigrati: oltre l'emergenza, Firenze
  • (2000) Gallo, E. “Lerntipps”, in: Allora, andiamo! Lehrbuch für Italienisch, Band 2. München, Langenscheidt
  • (1999) Gallo, E. “Lerntipps”, in: Allora, andiamo! Lehrbuch für Italienisch, Band 1. München, Langenscheidt
  • (1998) Gallo, E. “Equilibri delicati nell‘interazione tra il docente di lingua e lo studente straniero”, in: Atti del VII Convegno nazionale ILSA L'insegnante di L2 : formazione, competenze e ruolo nella classe di lingua, Firenze
  • (1997) Gallo, E. “Grammatica strutturata”, in: Atti del VI Convegno nazionale ILSA, Grammatica e apprendimento linguistico, Firenze


Talks/Workshops

  • 2020 (Vortrag) "Italiano Ricco Integration von fachsprachlichen Modulen von Anfang an". 31. AKS-Arbeitstagung, Language.Politics.Language Policy, 5.-7. März 2020 , Europa Universität Viadrina, Frankfurt (Oder).
  • 2016 (Talk) "’Totally awesome‘. Exploring teachers’ scope of action to enable and support autonomous learning“ - IATEFL Conference: Learner Autonomy Special Interest Group (LASIG): Fostering Learner Autonomy: Learners, teachers and researchers in action. March 2016, Universiteit Antwerpen.
  • 2015 (Workshop) "'Ich wusste nicht, dass ich das kann'. Autonomisierende Aufgabenstellungen und wie sie bei den Studierenden ankommen". Open Format /Freies Format 6 (Autonomie wagen: Wege und Visionen für den Fremdsprachenunterricht an Hochschulen): 26. DGFF Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Fremdsprachenforschung: Sprachen Lehren. 30. Sept.-3. Okt. 2015, Pädagogische Hochschule, Ludwigsburg.
  • 2015 (Talk) "'I want to be happy as a teacher'. How Emotions impact teacher professional development". 27th International Conference on Foreign / Second Language Acquisition: Positive psychology in second/foreign language acquisition and learning. 21-23 May 2015, University of Silesia, Szczyrk, Poland.
  • 2013 (Talk) "Facing Autonomy. University Language Teachers as Autonomous Learning Professionals". IATEFL Learner Autonomy Special Interest Group (LASIG): Learner autonomy in second language pedagogy and research - challenges and issues. Sept. 2013, Leibniz Universität Hannover.
  • 2010 (Talk) "New Competences in Language Teaching Professional Development". TESOL-SPAIN 33rd Annual Convention: Building Bridges: New Competences in the EFL Classroom. 12-14 March 2010, Universitat de Lleida, Catalonia, Spain.

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