Astrida Skrinda

Leading researcher
Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences
E-mail: astrida.skrinda@du.lv
Page: http://www.humanitiessocial.lv

Fields of interest

Terminology, language studies, cultural studies (translation studies), sustainable education

Recent publications

Bojāre, I., & Skrinda, A. (2016). Transformation of the system of values of autonomous learning for English acquisition in blended e-studies for adults: A holistic fractal model. Journal of Teacher Education for Sustainability, 18(2), 119–134.

Iliško, D., Skrinda, A., & Mičule, I. (2014). Envisioning the future: Bachelor’s and master’s degree students’ perspective. Journal of Teacher Education for Sustainability, 16(2), 88–102.

Gedžūne, I., Gedžūne, G., Skrinda, A., & Mičule, I. (2012). Educational action research to generate ecological wisdom of insight for inclusion and sustainability. Discourse and Communication for Sustainable Education, 3, 5–31.

Skrinda, A. (2010). Meaning-focused input and output in foreign language vocabulary acquisition at the tertiary level. Discourse and Communication for Sustainable Education, 1(1), 17–27.

Skrinda, A. (2008). Studentu komunikatīvās kompetences attīstība angļu leksikas apguvē augstskolā: promocijas darba kopsavilkums [Students’ communicative competence development in mastering the English lexis at the tertiary level: Summary of the doctoral thesis]. Daugavpils: Academic Press “Saule”.

Skrinda, A. (2008). Studentu komunikatīvās kompetences attīstība angļu leksikas apguvē augstskolā  [Students’ communicative competence development in mastering the English lexis at the tertiary level]   (Unpublished doctoral thesis). Daugavpils University, Daugavpils, Latvia.

Skrinda, A. (2007). Universals of politeness: Towards understanding appropriateness. In Valoda–2007. Valoda dažādu kultūru kontekstā. Zinātnisko rakstu krājums XVII [The language-2007. The language in the context of different cultures. The collection of scientific articles XVII] (pp. 358–364).  Daugavpils: Academic Press “Saule”.

Skrinda, A. (2006). Individual learner differences: towards understanding the importance and value of diversity. In Pipere, A. (Ed.), Education and sustainable development: First steps towards changes (pp. 6777). Daugavpils: Academic Press “Saule”.

Skrinda, A. (2005). Multiple communicative competences: A challenge for foreign language teachers. Journal of Teacher Education and Training, 5, 6169.