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Ms Angela Windsor

Ms Angela Windsor
Name Angela Windsor
Position Lecturer (English Language)
Section USQ College (English Language)
Office A221
Location Springfield Campus
Phone +61 7 3812 6040
Extension 6040
Email
Qualifications TeachDip Trinity Coll , BBus Qld , GDipEdSt(TESOL) UNE , MAppLing(TESOL) Macquarie , MArtsRsch Griffith

Angela is a Lecturer (English language) at USQ College. Angela's role is built upon almost 23 years of teaching English as a second language to adult learners in private English language colleges and in the university sector. This teaching experience has encompassed beginner, intermediate, upper intermediate and advanced English language levels, online and on campus English language programs, and included teaching IELTS and PTE Academic test taking skills, English for Academic Purposes (EAP), general English, and business English programs. Her MA Research study (Griffith University) involved exploring how new ideas or innovation emerges in English language learner's research based writing. Angela's research interests include second language development, knowledge creation processes in ESL reading to write tasks, embodied cognition, and motivation and language change. Angela has experience using complex dynamic systems approaches to investigating second language development. Angela is the NEAS Academic Manager at USQ College and is currently examiner of the Advanced Communication Skills 1 and Advanced Communication Skills 2 courses at USQ College.


Research interests
Dynanic systems approaches to language development
English as a second language development
Innovation and knowledge creation processes in ESL reading to write tasks
Motivation processes and English for academic purposes (EAP) writing success

Industry affiliations
NEAS

Currently teaching courses/programs
ACS7001 Advanced Communication Skills 1
ACS7002 Advanced Communication Skills 2

Teaching experience(Tertiary)
13 Years

Teaching experience(Other)
10 Years

Administrative responsibilities
ACS7001 Course Examiner
ACS7002 Course Examiner

Research most recent
Chang, H., Windsor, A., & Helwig, L. (2017). Exposing the dynamic nature and potential role of student attribution processes on English for academic purposes achievement in higher education. English in Australia, 52(2), 73-81.

Windsor, A., & Park, S.S. (2014). Designing reading to write tasks in online higher education contexts. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 14, 95-105. doi: 10.1016/j.jeap.2014.01.003


Research most notable
USQ Publications Excellence Award - Open Access College / College for Indigenous Studies Education and Research
2017

USQ Publications Excellence Award - School of Linguistics, Adult and Specialist Education
2015


Publications in ePrints

Chang, Heejin ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9974-367X and Windsor, Angela and Helwig, Lindsay (2017) Exposing the dynamic nature and potential role of student attribution processes on English for academic purposes achievement in higher education. English in Australia, 52 (2). pp. 73-81. ISSN 0155-2147

Windsor, Angela and Park, Sang-Soon (2014) Designing L2 reading to write tasks in online higher education contexts. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 14. pp. 95-105. ISSN 1475-1585