Bee Bond

Bee Bond

Associate Professor in English for Academic Purposes

0113 343 4541

Summary: Currently seconded as an Excellence and Innovation Fellow to the Leeds Institute for Teaching Excellence (LITE)

Location: 18 Beech Grove Terrace

Qualifications and Biography:

MA Language Teaching (Leeds Metropolitan University); DELTA; PGCE Secondary Education (Manchester Metropolitan University); BA Hons Modern History (Liverpool University)
HEA Senior Teaching Fellow; BALEAP Senior Teaching Fellow

Teaching and Leadership:

I have taught English for Academic Purposes in the Language Centre for 16 years. I have taught and managed programmes for Undergraduate and Post-graduate students, and taught credit-bearing modules, presessional and insessional programmes.

I sat on the Language Centre Management Group as Academic Lead for Year-Round Presessionals and was responsible for staffing and the development and Quality Assurance of all academic year presessional programmes

Teaching Enhancement Work:

I developed and co-ordinated weekly Language Teaching Forums for the School of Languages, Cultures and Societies. I was responsible for developing and carrying out a cross-Centre teaching observation scheme. I was the strategic lead for the development of 9 content-based presessional programmes, covering development of learning outcomes, assessments and consultation on curriculum development

Scholarship Interests:

I have a broad interest in teacher education, particularly through curriculum design and classroom observation. I have conducted a number of small scale projects involving Exploratory Practice. I am currently researching the role language plays in shaping discipline specific knowledge and understanding, and what this means in terms of EAP and subject teacher knowledge and attributes.

Talks and Publications:

'The E(A)P of Spelling: Using exploratory Practice to (re)engage teachers and students' in Kemp, J (ed) (2017) Proceedings of the 2015 BALEAP Conference EAP in a rapidly changing landscape: Issues, challenges and solutions Garnet Education

'Communication and the Performance of Identity' BALEAP PIM, Glasgow 12 November 2016 with Peter Matthews

'Scholarship in EAP' BALEAP ResTES, Glasgow 11 November 2016, with Alex Ding and Jayne Pearson

Symposium: Exploratory Practice as support for teacher development University of Leeds: BERA Annual Conference 13 September 2016

'Why EP in EAP?' at Why Exploratory Practice? A One-Day Seminar, School of Education 6 May 2015‘The E(A)P of Spelling’. Biennial BALEAP Conference. Leicester University, 17 April 2015.
‘CPD & the TEAP Competency Framework’  BALEAP PIM, Sheffield Hallam University. With Clare Poulson 29 November 2014.
‘The TEAP Competency Framework’ Invited talk at Sheffield Hallam University 10 November 2014
‘The TEAP Competency Framework Scheme’ EAP in the East Midlands; Nottingham Trent University. With; Suzie Cowley-Hasleden; Nola Dennis; Jenny Kemp and Steven O’Sullivan. 20 May 2014
‘Moving towards a more EAP-based teacher observation scheme’ BALEAP PIM Durham University with Clare Poulson 9 June 2012

External Examining and advising:

Nottingham University; CELE: pre-sessional levels 1-4. 2014- present
Sheffield University; ELTS: Credit-bearing EAP modules. 2014-present
TEAP Competency Framework Scheme mentor and assessor