Project coordinator

Margarete Nezbeda, Austria

Margarete NezbedaMargarete Nezbeda studied English and German at Vienna University, Austria; teacher of German and English at Lower/Upper Secondary from 1973-2001; taught English methodology at the „Pädagogische Akademie der Erzdiözese Wien“ (teacher training college) from 2000-2003.

Since 2002 participation in innovative language projects at the Austrian Centre for Language Competence in Graz www.oesz.at; co-author of the Austrian versions of the ELP for 10-15 year-olds and for young adults 15+; publications focussing on the ELP.

She is retired as a school teacher but still works as a teacher trainer in Austria and abroad.
Nationality
Austria
Affiliation with educational networks/associations
Austrian Centre for Language Competence, Graz (consultant); Pädagogische Hochschule Wien (visiting lecturer)
 
Work information
 
Occupation or position currently held
Teacher trainer (in-service); consultant to Austrian Centre for Language Competence, Graz
Main activities and responsibilities
Work as ELP-expert (Austrian Centre for Language Competence); In-service teacher training at Teacher Training Colleges/Austria (ELP/CEFR)
Name of employer
 
Retired as a school teacher; freelance: Austrian Centre for Language Competence; Various Teacher Training Colleges, Austria.
Country of employment
Austria
Education and training
Relevant qualifications or training
 
 
 

Teacher education at Vienna University in English and German for Lower and Upper Secondary schools (Mag.phil. diploma 1975); Teacher of German and English at Lower/Upper-Secondary 1973-2001; teacher educator for students of English at Teacher Training College, (Pädagogische Akademie der Erzdiözese Wien, 1210 Vienna, Mayerweckstraße 1, 2000-2003).

Project experience
1. "Das europäische Sprachenportfolio für die Mittelstufe" (ÖSZ/Austrian Centre for Language Competence, Graz www.oesz.at; development of pilot-version (co-author), mentor of pilot-teachers in the pilot phase; development of final version; (2002-2004)
2. "Das europäische Sprachenportfolio für junge Erwachsene(ESP 15+)" ( co-author of pilot-version adn final version); ÖSZ (Austrian Centre for Language Competence, Graz, www.oesz.at) and CEBS (Center für Berufsbezogenen Sprachen www.cebs.at); mentor in the pilot pahse; (2004-2007).
3.ESP-I: Member of the ELP implementation project at the ÖSZ/Austrian Centre for Language Competence; various publications to facilitate the Austrian ELP implementation process, see www.oesz.at. 
Expertise in the topic of the project
 
 
Practice in the field
 

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Publications

 
 
Co-author of 2 Austrian ELPs (Austrian ELP for Lower Secondary; Austrian ELP for Young Adults, 15+.)
 
Mentor in the pilot phases 2003/2004 and 2005/2006.
Austrian participant in ECML Workshop ELP_TT (project C6, 2nd Medium Term Programme) December 2004. 
Visiting expert in national traning event for ECML-project C6 in Liechtenstein (June 2005).
Local organiser of the Austria NTE in May 2006.
Various ELP/CEFR-related (training) events in Greece, South Tyrol, and Germany.
 

ÖSZ, ed. Das Europäische Sprachenportfolio als Lernbegleiter in Österreich. Mittelstufe (10-15 Jahre). Graz: Leykam, 2004.

Nezbeda, Margarete. „Das Europäische Sprachenportfolio. Ein Instrument zur Förderung von Sprachenlernen und Lernautonomie in der Hauptschule und Unterstufe der AHS“. Projekt Gemeinsam lernen, 2004. bmukk.< Gemeinsam Lernen (Das Europäische Sprachenportfolio)

Keiper, Anita, und Nezbeda, Margarete, eds. Das Europäische Sprachenportfolio in der Schulpraxis: Anregungen und Unterrichtsbeispiele zum Einsatz des ESP (mit begleitender CD) Graz, 2006.

Abuja Gunther, et al. Das Europäische Sprachenportfolio für junge Erwachsene (ESP 15 +). Linz: Veritas, 2007.

Annau, Eva und Nezbeda, Margarete. Das Europäische Sprachenportfolio in der Schulpraxis: Materialien für Multiplikatorinnen und Multiplikatoren (mit begleitender CD). Graz 2007.

  

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