Associate Professor Dr. Szilvia Batyi

Associate Professor Dr. Szilvia Bátyi is a lecturer at Institute for Hungarian and Applied Linguistic, University of Pannonia where she also obtained her PhD at the same university in 2011. Her teaching areas are Applied Linguistics in English and Multilingualism.

She had been granted scholarships and grants in communication and pedagogy fields from several countries namely Hungary, Ireland, Slovakia, and Netherlands started from 2007-2015. Her activities in pedagogy areas include teaching activity, supervision of MA and PhD students, and being in organization of national and international conferences.

Additionally, she has presented several creative works and publications in journal articles, journal guest editor, and book chapters. Her selected publications are published in Studies in Second Language Learning and Teaching, Journal of Estonian Finno-Ugric Linguistics, Studies in Second Language Learning and Teaching, The Routledge Handbook of Second Language Acquisition and Speaking.


Prof. Dr. Sri Setyarini, M.Pd

Prof. Dr. Sri Setyarini, M.A., Ling. is a full English Education lecturer at Indonesia University of Education, Bandung. She has been actively teaching at the university since 1999 until now. She pursued her M.A at Macquarie University, Australia. In addition, she was an English instructor at several institutions, and other universities since 1989.

She has been demonstrating many pedagogical achievements such as publications, proceedings, research, seminars, conferences, grants, and intellectual property rights. Her publications are in international and national accredited journals indexed by Scopus and SINTA.


Silih Warni, Ph.D

Dr. Silih Warni received his doctoral degree in educational studies from The University of Sheffield UK in 2016 with a research area of learner autonomy in language learning. He received his master degree from the University of Muhammadiyah Prof. Dr. HAMKA and his bachelor degree from Sanata Dharma University majoring English Education.

He started  his teaching career in university level in 2011 and has been consistently working on his professional development in Teaching English as a Foreign Language. Currently, he is a senior lecturer at the English Education Department of the University of Muhammadiyah Prof. Dr. HAMKA. Further, he is now actively served as a Head of Undergraduate Program in English Education at the same university. He acquired his PhD from the University of Sheffield, England.

In writing contributions, he has published several works which are indexed in SINTA and Scopus. His writings are related to his areas of expertise and research interests such as teachers’ professional development; learner autonomy in language teaching; and curriculum materials and development.