Tatiana Maslova graduated with honours from the National Technical University of Ukraine “Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”, Faculty of Linguistics, and got the qualification of interpreter and translator, English and German language teacher.
Tatiana Maslova works at the Department of English for Engineering#1 of the Faculty of Linguistics, Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute. She is in charge of running ESP language courses at the Faculty of Electric Power Engineering and Automatics.
Tatiana Maslova delivers English language courses to the students doing for their Bachelor’s and Master’s degree, and trains them to participate in All-Ukrainian English language contests, to present reports on speciality-related topics at international conferences, to defend diploma projects and write research papers in English.
She develops the syllabus for ESP courses tailored for students specialized in power engineering, electrical engineering and electromechanics, and is the author of a number of specialist coursebooks, e.g. “Electrical power networks and systems. Operation modes of open networks” textbook.
Tatiana Maslova is a member of the “Multimedia and e-library of teaching resources” workgroup. Since 2016 she has been an Assessment Board Member to certify B2 English language level required to participate in academic exchange programmes. In 2020 she was appointed the person responsible for methodology aspects of the teaching activity at Department of English for Engineering#1.
In addition to the national diploma of English language teacher, Tatiana Maslova holds internationally recognised qualifications, including CELTA, First Certificate for Teachers of Business English (FTBE), and IH Certificate in Online Tutoring.
Tatiana Maslova is a full member of the international associations of English language teachers, such as IATEFL-Ukraine, TESOL-Ukraine, UALTA, and Ukrainian Educational Research Association (UERA). She frequently attends training sessions and seminars, webinars, professional development courses, e.g. “Making the best use of Google for Education in the classroom” (UIITE), “Professional Development for Teacher Trainer” (Arizona State University/ Bureau of Press, Education and Culture Affairs of USA Embassy in Ukraine), “Contemporary English and British Culture”online course (Bell Teacher Academy), teacher professional development course “Academic English for Global Audience” at Kyiv National Linguistic University, academic training of “Publishing and project activity in the European Union countries” at Prague Institute for Qualification Enhancement, etc.
English for Specific Purposes (ESP), Business English, technology use in education, pragmatics, stylistics and lexicology of the English language, text linguistics, genre studies, terminology science, academic discourse, corpus linguistics.