Yuliana Lavrysh

Yuliana Lavrysh

Full Professor, ScD (Didactics), PhD (Education), MA (Educational Technology, Tartu University, Estonia), MA (Foreign Philology)
Head of the Department of English for Engineering №2

Member of international professional organizations: International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language (IATEFL), Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), European Education Research Association (EERA), Belgian English Language Teachers Association (BELTA) and All-Ukrainian Professional Associations IATEFL Ukraine, TESOL Ukraine, UERA.


  • 2001 MA (Foreign Philology) National Pedagogical Dragomanov University, Faculty of Linguistics;
  • 2004-2008 post-graduate at the Institute of Pedagogical Education and Adult Education of the Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of Ukraine.
  • 2009 PhD in Pedagogical Sciences – Theory and Methods of Vocational Education.
  • 2021 ScD – Didactics of Education;
  • 2023- MA (Educational Technology) Tartu University, Estonia


  • 2008 internship at the Faculty of Pedagogy, University of Alberta, Canada
  • 2008-2009 course “Communicative Strategies of Teaching English”, the regional office for teaching English at the US Embassy.
  • 2011 Associate Professor of English for Technical Sciences.
  • 2016-2019 participated in the project “English for Universities”, British Council in Ukraine
  • 2017 academic mobility program at the Faculty of Technology and Communication, University of Luxembourg
  • 2017 completed the  course “CiVELT 2: Language of ESP”,  British Council,  Ukraine
  • 2018  completed  the course “CiVELT 3: ESP course and materials; ESP teacher CPD ”, British Council in Ukraine
  • 2019 awarded a scholarship from Trinity College London for the study “Peer- and self-assessment in ESP” and presented a report on the study at the 53rd IATEFL Conference.
  • 2019 course “Teaching Grammar Communicatively (HE)” from the American E-Teacher Program Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs US Department of State
  • 2020 course “Using Educational Technology in the English Language Classroom” Iova State University USA and America House.
  • 2020 certification “Microsoft Certified Educator”
  • 2021 the international internship “International projects: writing, application, management and reporting” organized by the University of Social Sciences (Lodz, Poland)
  • 2022 invited professor at Greifswald University, Germany

Areas of research interests

  • Educational technology
  • Digital pedagogy
  • UDL and inclusivity
  • ESP methodology
  • Virtual Exchange methodology


Lavrysh, Y., Leshchenko, M.y Tymchuk, L.(2023). Development of metacognitive skills through digital narratives in higher education.RevistaElectrónica deInvestigación Educativa, 25, e07, 1-15, DOI: https://doi.org/10.24320/redie.2023.25.e07.5028

Lavrysh Y., Lytovchenko I., Lukianenko V., Ogienko O. (2022). Experience of using distance learning tools in ESP instruction at technical university: a case of Ukraine.Journal of Educational Sciences & Psychology, 12(1), 24-33 http://jesp.upg-ploiesti.ro/phocadownload/jurnal_2022_1/04.pdf

Lavrysh, Y, Simkova, I. & Tuliakova, K. (2022). Inclusive Communicative Strategies in an ESP Classroom: A Case Study at a Ukrainian University. English Studies at NBU, 8(2), 215- 232. https://doi.org/10.33919/esnbu.22.2.4

Lavrysh, Y., Lytovchenko, I.,  Lukianenko V.,  Golub, T.  (2022) Teaching during the wartime: Experience from Ukraine, Educational Philosophy and Theory, DOI: 10.1080/00131857.2022.2098714

 LavryshY. (2022) Influence of COVID-19 pandemic on higher education in Ukraine: Crisis or renewal?, Educational Philosophy and Theory, DOI: 10.1080/00131857.2022.2056444

Leshchenko, M., Lavrysh, Y., & Kononets, N.V. (2021). Framework for Assessment the Quality of Digital Learning Resources for Personalized Learning Intensification. The New Educational Review.

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