Dr Beata Webb
Level 4, Building 1a, Faculty of Society & Design, Bond University
Associate Professor Beata Webb’s research focuses on megatrends in education, specifically on the digitalisation and internationalisation of education, in Australia and globally. Managing, developing and teaching online programs for a decade has inspired her passion for online and multimodal teaching and learning, and employing technology to increase student access to highest quality education, anywhere, anytime. Extensive expertise in training language teachers has sparked her passion for training educators and educational managers in a wide range of fields and roles, beyond language teaching. She loves to assist a broad range of professionals in maximising their capacity to teach and work in a digital environment. Dr Beata Webb is the Leader of the Humanities and Global Studies Discipline area (in the Faculty of Society and Design), which includes Spanish, French, Japanese and Chinese Languages and Cultures programs, TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages), Philosophy, International Relations, Australian Studies, Global Studies and Humanities Research Portfolio. Dr Beata Webb’s current role has motivated her interests in educational management and leadership. Her research and practical training skills aim to support educators and other professionals in designing effective online learning environments and understanding linguistically and culturally diverse student cohorts. She has delivered key note addresses, conference papers and professional workshops in megatrends in education, online education and international education, in Australia, Europe and Asia.
Language teacher education and linguistics, including theoretical aspects of teaching and learning and their practical applications in programs designed for language teachers of English as a Second Language or Languages Other Than English.
- Dean's Teaching Award 1999
- Doctor of Philosophy (Linguistics) University of South Australia
- Master of Arts (TESOL/Education) University of Silesia