Rebecca CLAYTON BERNARD
+33 2 29 00 14 79
Technopôle Brest-Iroise CS 83818
29238 Brest Cedex 3
Having worked as a professional freelance translator and English language teacher in various higher education establishments and language schools (Télécom Bretagne, ENIB, ENSTA, ESIAB, CHRU/IFSI, SHOM, UBO, EasyEngilsh4All) in and around Brest for nearly a decade, I joined the LCI team at IMT Atlantique full-time in 2016 as an assistant lecturer in English language, culture, and pedagogical innovation.
2017- present: enrolled in doctoral studies in educational science at the UBO under the direction of Gilles KERMARREC (césure 2018-2019)
2008: Postgraduate diploma (M2) in Translation and Technical Writing. (UBO, Brest)
2007: Master's degree in English. Master's thesis in Women's History and British Feminism. (UBO, Brest)
2005: Joint Honours degree in French and Psychology with TEFL (Swansea University, UK)
Personal study: online courses
Découverte du e-learning (UTOP, online synchronous and asynchronous study)
Learning to Teach Online (Coursera, with the University of New South Wales, NZ)
Blended Learning Essentials (Future Learn, with the university of Leeds, UK)
Blended Learning, Embedding Practice (Future Learn, with the university of Leeds, UK)
Thanks to my background in psychology, I enrolled in a part-time PhD programme in educational sciences at the UBO under the direction of Gilles KERMARREC in 2017. I am affiliated with the CREAD research laboratory.
My research work focuses on the issue of language learning motivation. I am investigating the way in which peer assessment and peer feedback influences learners' self-regulatory strategies. I am particularly interested in the impact of social aspects on metacognition, and the interaction between social and digital factors, particularly using video feedback.
I am involved in English teaching at all levels within the LCI department.
I am head of languages for our apprentice students (FIP) on the Brest and Rennes campuses.