Ms. Kallia Katsampoxaki-Hodgetts holds a Masters of Education in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (MED TEFL, University of Bristol, UK).
Ms Katsampoxaki-Hodgetts teaches in-sessional English for Academic Purposes courses in the School of Science and Technology of the University of Crete (UOC) since 2001 (https://chemistryenglish.wordpress.com)
She is the founder and the coordinator of two online open access courses (1.Academic English, and 2.Teaching approaches of Inquiry Based Science Education- IBSE) and is the co-ordinator of the international pre-sessional summer course “Academic English for Chemistry Graduates” at UOC. She has also given many lectures and workshops on technical writing in Europe and she is the author of the course books:
She is also the founder and organiser of the International EAP/ESP Conference "Options, Practice and Possibilities of ESP and EAP Practitioners" organised at the University of Crete.
Her research interests include collaborative writing in ESP, Peer-feedback as a learning tool, Genre-analysis as a pedagogical tool, Specific Academic Literacies and EAP, Content Based Instruction for ESP and Dictogloss.