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Chloé Lybaert

Education
2013 – 2015: Teaching Qualification: specialisation teacher Dutch language 2. Het Perspectief pcvo
2014 – 2015: Teaching Qualification: CLIL - masterclass, content and language integrated learning. Het Perspectief pcvo
2010 – 2014: Doctor in linguistics. Doctoral School for Arts, Humanities and Law of the University of Ghent
2011 – 2013: Teaching Qualification, highest distinction. Het Perspectief pcvo
2009 – 2010: Master in Linguistics and Literature, Dutch and English. University of Ghent
2006 – 2009: Bachelor in Linguistics and Literature, Dutch and English. University of Ghent
2000 – 2006: Secondary education: Latin-Mathematics. College O.-L.-V.-ten-Doorn Eeklo

Work
2014 – present: Vakgroep Vertalen, Tolken en Communicatie at the University of Ghent as a practice assistent and doctor assistent. I teach Dutch as a second language in the postgraduate programme Dutch and Translation (CEFR A1, A2, C1) and I teach 'Nederlandse taalpraktijk’, ‘Nederlandse schrijfvaardigheid’ and ‘Nederlands: revisie’ to native Dutch speakers.
2014 – present: Teacher in the Teaching Qualification Visual Arts at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp. I teach ‘Communicatie en taalvaardigheid’ (oral) and ‘Taalpraktijk’ (written) and I guide the research projects of students in the Teaching Qualification programme.
2014 – 2015: Vakgroep Taalkunde – Nederlands at the University of Ghent as a scientist at 'Taalonthaal’, an education innovation project by the faculty Letteren & Wijsbegeerte (see: http://taalonthaal.ugent.be). I was one of the people in charge of the personal guidance of students with writing issues, and of sending language e-mails to students from the faculty. In addition I taught classes in academic writing.
2010 – 2014: Vakgroep Taalkunde – Nederlands at the University of Ghent as a doctorate fellow. I did research in perceptions and attitudes of language users towards the Flemish language situation in general, and 'intermediate Dutch' (tussentaal) in particular. In addition I was involved in the classes Nederlandse taalvaardigheid (language in the 1st bachelor, writing skills in the 3rd bachelor, research seminars in the 3rd bachelor) and I guided students in their bachelor and master theses.