Joanna Pitura


Office hours: Karmelicka 41/309; Fri, 10.00-10.45 am and by appointment

A researcher, learning designer, academic teacher, experienced EFL teacher and teacher trainer. Her current research interests revolve around: research methods in language education, technology-mediated language learning and teaching, special educational needs, and universal design for learning





  • 2000 – Master of Arts, English Philology, University of Maria Curie-Skłodowska in Lublin, Poland
  • 2015 – Doctor of Arts in Linguistics, Institute of English Studies, University of Warsaw, Poland

Teaching experience (including b- and e-learning courses):

    • Research Methods in Language Education
    • IT in Didactic Research
    • Theories in second language acquisition, learning and teaching
    • Language Course Planning and Evaluation, on- and offline
    • Individual Differences in Language Learning, on- and offline
    • MA and BA seminars
    • Academic Writing
    • TEFL Methodology
    • Teaching Polish as a Foreign/Second Language
    • Teaching Older Language Learners

Professional organisations:

  • Polish Neophilology Association (Polskie Towarzystwo Neofilologiczne)
  • UNICollaboration


  • supervisor of the student society SNEC


  1. Author of articles
  2. Co-author of reports and analyses
  3. Author of popular science publications for teachers

 Link to publications


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