Maia Rogava

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School of Business,  Associate Professor in Business Administration

Academic Writing Centre Director; the Academic Council member; the Business School Council member

 

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1979 – graduated from Tbilisi State University, qualification – philologist, teacher (English language and literature). 1983 – finished a post-graduate course at Maurice Torez Pedagogical Institute of Foreign Languages in Moscow; thesis: Linguistic and Stylistic Analysis of English Textbooks in Humanities. While doing her degree and after (1980-1990) she published articles on stylistic features of scientific English.

Teaching English since 1984: general, English for Specific Purposes (ESP) and corresponding Cambridge ESOL examination preparation programmes. In 1997, 1999 was awarded two international certificates as a teacher of English as a foreign language (IH, LCCI Cert TEB).

Since 1997 she has been cooperating with the British Council in Georgia on freelance basis, as a teacher trainer and an ELT projects’ consultant. She is a certified Cambridge speaking examiner (PET, FCE). Meanwhile, a member of local and international English language teachers’ asscociations (presenter, organiser, scientific commettee member, moderator, panel discussion participant, peer-reviewer). 2016 – the editorial board member – new international academic peer-reviewed journal Online Journal of Humanities.

She has been working at Ilia State University since 2010, as a methodology advisor, business English programmes coordinator, teacher, assocoate professor. In 2014 – was appointed as the Director of a newly established Academic Writing Centre.


სამეცნიერო ინტერესის სფეროები

  • English for Professional Purposes (business, legal, tourism): materials development and effective teaching;
  • Learning technologies in teaching English for Professiona/Specific Purposes;
  • Integrating content and language in higher education and teaching Business Administration subjects; English as a Medium of Instruction (EMI);
  • Development of academic writing programmes Georgian and English;
  • Academic writing centre operation and preparation of consultants/tutors;
  • Teaching academic writing at three levels;
  • Interactive teaching;
  • Flipped learning, scaffolding and other moderns language teaching methods: what is new?
  • Learners with Special Educatinal Needs (SEN) and English Language Teaching (ELT)

About

1979 – graduated from Tbilisi State University, qualification – philologist, teacher (English language and literature). 1983 – finished a post-graduate course at Maurice Torez Pedagogical Institute of Foreign Languages in Moscow; thesis: Linguistic and Stylistic Analysis of English Textbooks in Humanities. While doing her degree and after (1980-1990) she published articles on stylistic features of scientific English.

Teaching English since 1984: general, English for Specific Purposes (ESP) and corresponding Cambridge ESOL examination preparation programmes. In 1997, 1999 was awarded two international certificates as a teacher of English as a foreign language (IH, LCCI Cert TEB).

Since 1997 she has been cooperating with the British Council in Georgia on freelance basis, as a teacher trainer and an ELT projects’ consultant. She is a certified Cambridge speaking examiner (PET, FCE). Meanwhile, a member of local and international English language teachers’ asscociations (presenter, organiser, scientific commettee member, moderator, panel discussion participant, peer-reviewer). 2016 – the editorial board member – new international academic peer-reviewed journal Online Journal of Humanities.

She has been working at Ilia State University since 2010, as a methodology advisor, business English programmes coordinator, teacher, assocoate professor. In 2014 – was appointed as the Director of a newly established Academic Writing Centre.


Research interests

  • English for Professional Purposes (business, legal, tourism): materials development and effective teaching;
  • Learning technologies in teaching English for Professiona/Specific Purposes;
  • Integrating content and language in higher education and teaching Business Administration subjects; English as a Medium of Instruction (EMI);
  • Development of academic writing programmes Georgian and English;
  • Academic writing centre operation and preparation of consultants/tutors;
  • Teaching academic writing at three levels;
  • Interactive teaching;
  • Flipped learning, scaffolding and other moderns language teaching methods: what is new?
  • Learners with Special Educatinal Needs (SEN) and English Language Teaching (ELT)