2010, MTESOL, University of Auckland
2006, Postgraduate Diploma of Arts, (Sociology), Massey University
2000, Graduate Diploma of Teaching, Auckland College of Education
1998, Bachelor of Arts, (Sociology), University of Auckland


Aimee joined Zayed University in 2012 teaching in the Academic Bridge Program. She previously taught in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences before joining the College of Interdisciplinary Studies. Her background is in teaching academic English and English Composition. Aimee’s research interests lie in education, sociology, and metacognition. She is currently pursuing her Doctor of Education at the University of Otago and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.


Abu Dhabi - Khalifa City, MF3-1-039

Teaching Areas

Teaching English as a Second or Other Language
English Composition
Metacognition and The Science of Learning

Research and Professional Activities

Grange, A. (2019) “Learning How to Learn”: Incorporating Strategies from a popular online course in a university English language classroom.  International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation (ICERI) 2019 Proceedings.  November 11, 2019.

Andrew, M., Taylorson, J., Langille, D. J., Grange, A., & Williams, N. (2018).  Student Attitudes Towards Technology and Their Preferences for Learning Tools/Devices at Two Universities in the UAE.  Journal of Information Technology Education: Research, Volume 17, pp. 309-344.