Senior Lecturer in Primary Mathematics Education in the Faculty of Education
Pauline is the Primary Mathematics Subject Leader at Manchester Metropolitan University. She teaches on the undergraduate and post graduate teaching training programmes and is the award co- ordinator for the STEM Masters programme. Her research interests include change management and mathematics pedagogy. Always interested in the use of talk in the mathematics classroom, she became interested in CLIL pedagogy from working with a visiting academic from Cordoba in 2013, which led to collaboration with Sarah.
Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Education
Sarah is a senior lecturer at Manchester Metropolitan University, co-ordinating the modern foreign languages provision within the initial primary teacher education programmes. Sarah’s research and academic enterprise include motivation, early language learning, using technology in the language classroom and CLIL. She first became interested and involved in CLIL in 2008 after attending her first CLIL conference in Tallinn, Estonia in 2008. In June 2010, she successfully secured external funding from Linked Up, a branch of the Association for Language Learning (ALL) to lead a European CLIL project. The focus of the research project was to examine the impact of CLIL on pupils' attitudes and motivation. The final project report published in 2012 along with resources and planning documentation are accessible on the Linked Up website
Dr. Anthony Bukowski
Senior Lecturer & Course Leader – School of Computing
Anthony holds a BSc, PG Cert in Academic Practice and a PhD. He is the Course Leader for Computer Animation and VFX and a Fellow of the Higher Educatuion Academy.
Knowledge Transfer Partnership Associate
Yasser graduated from MMU’s Computer Games Degree with First Class honors.
Lead Graphic Designer
Morgan graduated from MMU from their Web Technology degree and joined the Emile project as the Lead Graphic Designer in 2016.
Maria joined the Emile development team as a summer intern and in response to Maria’s contribution to the project was offered a position as a full time employee.
Emilie graduated from the University of Lincoln in animation.