Years at SKEMA Business School: 2



Skills & Interests 
Bilingue Français - Anglais
Allemand Niveau A2/B1
Academic Degrees 
Master  Bristol University, UK, 2003.
Maitrise  Université Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris III, Littérature Britannique, 1999.
Work Experience 
Directrice SKILS / SKILS Director - SKEMA Institut des Langues et Sport / SKEMA Institute for Languages and Sport, SKEMA Business School (January, 2018 - Present), PARIS LA DEFENSE, France.
Languages Department Director / Directrice Département Langues, SKEMA Business School (June, 2017 - December, 2017), PARIS LA DEFENSE, France.
Directrice de Langue Française, Département de Français, Responsable des programmes FLE, Bristol University (August, 2011 - April, 2017), BRISTOL, United Kingdom.
Coordinatrice des cours de Français, Centre de Langues, Bristol University (September, 2003 - July, 2011), BRISTOL, United Kingdom.
Professeur de FLE, Centre de Langues, Bristol University (October, 2000 - June, 2003), BRISTOL, United Kingdom.
Intellectual contributions
Articles in Journals 
DURANTON, H. (2012).  The Loneliness of the Long-Distance learner: social networking and student support. A case study of the distance learning MA in Trans.   Open Learning.
Conference Presentations 
DURANTON, H. & TOMACRUZ, E. (2019, February). Egaging students through feedback.  UPLEGESS English focus group, Paris, France.
DURANTON, H. (2006). Developing on-line self-access materials for subject specific language courses at an advanced level.  Crossing Frontiers: Languages and the International Dimension, the 3rd biennial Conference For Languages in Higher Education - CILT and LLAS, -, United Kingdom.
Other Research 
2018: MICHAELIDES - LE BELICARD, M., Winner of the Skema Innovation Prize. The Business Communication Through Drama Course.  Winner of the Skema Innovation Prize. The Business Communication through Drama course is designed to help students further develop their English language skills as well as acquire professional competences through the medium of drama. After 15 hours of tuition delivered by English lecturers and an expert in theatre studies, the course culminates in a full-scale theatre production composed of a selection of 8 plays, introducing diverse job interview situations inspired by students’ research, experience or imagination and entirely scripted by students. Following a marketing campaign designed by the students including a charity fundraising on the night of the show, it attracted a large audience composed of SKEMA students and staff.   [Teaching and Learning Scholarship]