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Martine Jago

Professor of Education
Education Division, Graduate School of Education and Psychology
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Biography

Dr. Jago was awarded a three-year full-time research scholarship for her doctoral study which explored the impact of policy on practice in terms of social change and curriculum innovation, and a two-year grant from the European Union for the training and mobility of young researchers. Until 1995, she was the vice principal of a public elementary school in England. She has been a high school teacher of foreign languages in Germany and California, and an Assistant Professor in education at Canterbury Christ Church University and the University of Alaska. In 2001, she was appointed a Fellow of the Royal Society for Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce in London for her contribution to language education.

Education

  • PhD, University of Kent
  • PGCE, University of Cambridge
  • MA, University of Oxford
  • BA, University of Oxford