Ms Jennifer Evans
Casual Lecturer - Faculty of Humanities, Arts, Social Sciences and Education; School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences
Phone: +61 2 6773 5777
Jennifer has been teaching languages in NSW (German, French, Indonesian) since 1988 and has produced learning materials for OTEN, Learning Materials Production Centre and the Curriculum Support Directorate, NSW. She has worked extensively in distance education and taught at both state and private schools in NSW and at tertiary level. Jennifer lectured in German at the University of New England from 2005-2007. She has worked for the last eight years at Armidale High School and has returned to UNE as a casual lecturer while pursuing doctoral studies in languages education.
- B.A. (1st Class Hons, Sydney)
- Graduate Diploma in Education – Sydney College of Advanced Education
Current Teaching and Coordination Areas
- German language and culture (beginners to advanced at UNE and at UON)
Awards and Distinctions
- Nomination for Vice Chancellor School of Arts Excellence in Teaching Award (UNE, 2007)
- Citation. Australian Learning and Teaching Council. 2008. The German Team (UNE and NSW; Team Leader: Kerry Dunne).
- HTB Harris Award for contributions to the Armidale High School Languages Program (2014)
- Second language acquisition
- In-country experience programs at secondary and tertiary level
- Online teaching and learning
Evans J. and Morgan A-M. 2016. Teacher and university educator perspectives on teaching languages in rural settings: A sonata form case study. Australian and International Journal of Rural Education, vol. 26(1), pp. 67-82.
Evans, J. 2000. German Continuers Course (OTEN), Stages 5 and 6.
Evans J. and Kohlmeyer S. 2000. German Extension Course. NSW Department of School Education, Curriculum Support Directorate.
Evans, J. 1996. German Beginners Course Module A (OTEN).
Meine Wohnung, Mein Zimmer, Jobs und Berufe, Mein Wohnort. In Bolin B. (ed.). Units 35-38 German. 2UZ Course (OTEN). 1993. Learning Materials Production Centre, Sydney.
Member of the Modern Language Teachers Association (MLTA)