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Andrew Gallimore

Dozent

Institut Sekundarstufe I

+41 31 309 24 31

+41 31 309 24 31
Fachinteressen
  • Englisch Fachwissenschaft
  • Berufsspezifische Englischkurse (Sek1) Bachelor & Master seminars
  • PHBern English Students’ language improvement and cultural awareness stays abroad, language exchange and travel
  • Forschungstätigkeiten: English, adolescence and junior secondary school education, endangered languages, language extinction, British-Swiss relations and literature since the 18th century, modern English speakers’ perceptions of the Swiss people and Switzerland
Aus- und Weiterbildung
  • 2017 Masters Degree of English Literature, University of Bern, Switzerland
  • 2003 Master’s Degree in English Language Teaching, University of Manchester, United Kingdom
  • 1995 University of Cambridge Certificate of Teaching English as a Foreign Language to Adults, International House, London, United Kingdom
  • 1990 Bachelors Degree in Education, University of Western Sydney, Australia
Beruflicher Werdegang
  • Seit 2011 Dozent Private Hochschule Wirtschaft PHW, Bern
  • Seit 2002 Teacher (5.– 10. Schuljahr, Handelsschule, Berufsmaturität, Gymnasiale Passerelle) Feusi Bildungszentrum, Bern
  • Seit 2000 Dozent Englisch PHBern
  • 2000–2003 Teacher Gymnasium Kirchenfeld, Bern
  • 2000–2002 Teacher Gymnasium Neufeld, Bern
  • 1998-2002 Teacher Business & technical English, Swisscom Sprachzentrum, Bern
  • 1997–2002 Teacher Migros Klubschule, Bern
  • 1997 Teacher NSW Department of Education, Cobham Juvenile Justice Centre
  • 1992–1995 Teacher International School of Bern, Gümligen, Switzerland
  • Teacher, tutor and mentor (teens) Crossroads Alternative School, Portland Oregon
  • 1989–1991 Teacher NSW Department of Education, Western suburbs of Sydney, Australia
Projekte ausserhalb der PHBern
  • Masters Degree in English Literature, Universität Bern
  • British Swiss relations in the 19th century
  • British literature in Switzerland since the 18th century
  • British mountaineering literature in Switzerland since the 18th century
  • Modern English speakers’ perceptions of the Swiss people and Switzerland