An advocate for students’ voices within the education system; Needs Analysis and Curriculum Design for English for Specific Academic Purposes (ESAP) – a case study in the Algerian context.
Hanane Hennoun is a dedicated educator with a master’s degree in Didactics. Her journey in teaching English for Specific Academic Purposes (ESAP) for 5 years sparked her enthusiasm for pursuing a Ph.D. With a strong passion for fostering effective learning environments, she has made significant contributions to needs analysis, curriculum design and development, teacher training, and promoting students’ voices in education.
Having earned a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Education, she possesses a deep understanding of educational processes and methodologies. Her research and academic pursuits have primarily focused on the crucial area of needs analysis, where they have explored strategies to identify and address the unique requirements of diverse learners.
Her expertise also extends to curriculum development, a critical aspect of educational enhancement. Their innovative approaches to designing curriculum materials align with the evolving needs of students and the dynamic educational landscape.
Recognizing the paramount role educators play in shaping the future, she has dedicated herself to teacher training, achieving the esteemed designation of Fellow (FHEA). Through workshops, seminars, and collaborative initiatives, she has shared invaluable insights with fellow educators, empowering them with the tools to facilitate meaningful learning experiences.
One of her distinctive contributions is in advocating for students’ voices within the education system. Believing that students’ perspectives are integral to educational improvement, they have actively promoted platforms for students to express their interests, insights, concerns, and voices.
She possesses extensive experience and proficiency in instructing and guiding students through the intricacies of research methodology. This includes imparting knowledge about various research designs, data collection methods, and ethical considerations. Her expertise in this realm led to her engagement as a research assistant at Staffordshire University.
Moreover, she has a deep understanding of qualitative research methodologies, particularly thematic analysis. Through rigorous coding and thematic identification, I can extract meaningful themes and patterns from qualitative data, providing valuable insights for research studies.