Background and activities

Georgios Neokleous completed his PhD in Education at Saint Louis University in 2014, focusing on the use of the mother tongue in EFL classrooms. He currently works as an associate professor of English in the Department of Teacher Education at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, where he works with pre- and in-service EFL teachers and supervises at BA and MA levels.  He started his academic career as an EFL/ESL teacher and has extensive experience teaching English in Europe and the United States. He has designed courses that make use of methodology and activities appropriate to the linguistic needs of specific groups. He has published extensively, including peer-reviewed research articles and professional publications for teachers. His research focuses on the use of the mother tongue in monolingual EFL classrooms, English for Academic Purposes (EAP), digital literacy, and classroom anxiety.

Scientific, academic and artistic work

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