Dr Emily Oxley

  • Lecturer in Language and Literacy Education, Affiliate (School of Social & Environmental Sustainability)

Biography

Dr Emily Oxley is a Lecturer in the School of Social and Environmental Sustainability, University of Glasgow. She completed an ESRC funded PhD for the White Rose Doctoral Training Centre – ‘Understanding and enhancing reading and language skills in children learning English as an additional language’ at the University of Leeds.   

Since then, Emily has worked at the Universities of Leeds, Edinburgh and Glasgow as a post-doctoral researcher. Most recently, she worked as a Fellow in Evidence Synthesis at the National Institute of Teaching. 

Research interests

Language acquisition 

Literacy development 

Special Educational Needs

Language pedagogies

Second language acquisition 

Reading motivation and engagement 

 

Publications

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2024

Vincent, M. , Oxley, E. and Law, J. (2024) Understanding dyslexic teachers’ experiences of modern foreign language teaching under the Scottish 1+2 initiative. Solway Seminar Series, Glasgow, UK, 24 Jan 2024.

2023

Harding, S., Chauhan‐Sims, M., Oxley, E. and Nash, H. M. (2023) A Delphi study exploring the barriers to dyslexia diagnosis and support: a parent's perspective. Dyslexia, (doi: 10.1002/dys.1743) (PMID:37313635) (Early Online Publication)

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Articles

Harding, S., Chauhan‐Sims, M., Oxley, E. and Nash, H. M. (2023) A Delphi study exploring the barriers to dyslexia diagnosis and support: a parent's perspective. Dyslexia, (doi: 10.1002/dys.1743) (PMID:37313635) (Early Online Publication)

Conference or Workshop Item

Vincent, M. , Oxley, E. and Law, J. (2024) Understanding dyslexic teachers’ experiences of modern foreign language teaching under the Scottish 1+2 initiative. Solway Seminar Series, Glasgow, UK, 24 Jan 2024.

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Teaching

PGDE Literacy 

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