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1. Dr. Seiko Harumi (University of London)
Japan, students, Japanese, silence, classroom, teachers, writing, book, linguistics, people, English, interested, native English, read, article, problems, question
Dr. Seiko Harumi is a Lecturer in Japanese and Applied Linguistics (Education) at SOAS University of London.
Introduction (from Academia.edu):
"I am a senior lector in Japanese at School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. My academic interests lies in Pragmatics, Classroom Discourse, Conversation Analysis, Classroom Silence and Language Pedagogy."
2. Dr. Chris Haswell (Kyushu University)
English, people, model, Japanese, Japan, language, linguistic, paper, students, person, university, writing, thesis, grammar, speaking, years, applied linguistics, interested, research
Dr. Christopher G. Haswell is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Languages and Cultures at Kyushu University
Christopher G. Haswell is an Associate Professor at Kyushu University’s Faculty of Languages and Cultures. His previous works include investigations of Asian users of English’s attitudes towards the use of English in Asia, the internationalization of higher education, and the employment of international students as teaching assistants at universities in Japan. He is the co-founder of the audio journal lostincitations.com.
3. Jonathan Shachter (Kyushu Sangyo University)
students, nervousness, study, teacher, people, anxiety, class, Japanese, nervous, Japan, silence, classroom, speak, issue, emotions, performance, data collection, English, paper, language
Jonathan Shachter is a Lecturer in English at Kyushu Sangyo University's Language Education and Research Center.
Jonathan Shachter is a full-time lecturer at Kyushu Sangyo University in Fukuoka, Japan. He holds a B.A. in Trumpet Performance from Virginia Tech, an M.Ed. in Education from American College of Education, and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Psychology from Macquarie University. Throughout his teaching career, Jonathan has taught English and Trumpet in America, Canada, Israel, Australia, and Japan. He is a firm believer that the skills developed in studying the language of music can be applied to English language acquisition. His current research interests are the effects of nervousness on performance and cognition. He is the co-founder of the audio journal - lostincitations.com.
4. Dr. Kris Ramonda (Kansai University)
idioms, metaphor, journals, study, language, paper, people, thought, university, scales, learners, students, world, transparency, semantic, English, interesting, Ph.D., question
Dr. Kris Ramonda is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Foreign Language Studies at Kansai University
Introduction (from KrisRamonda.com):
Kris Ramonda's primary research interests include vocabulary acquisition, metaphor, and metonymy. He is also interested in working memory and extensive reading.
5. Dr. David Matsumoto (San Francisco State University)
expressions, Japanese, people, emotions, research, Berkeley, study, Japan, paper, question, thought, produce, replicated, called, person, clinical, citations
Dr. David Matsumoto is a Professor of Psychology at San Francisco State University and President of Humintell, LLC.
Introduction: (from LinkedIn)
-Professor at San Francisco State University (since 1989)
-President of Humintell, LLC (since 2009)
-Advisory Board, Center for Interviewer Standards and Assessment, Certified Forensic Interviewing (since 2008)
-Chairman of the Board and President, Center for Psychological Studies. Berkeley, CA. (since 2014)
-Member, Federal Bureau of Investigation High-Value Detainee Interrogation Group (HIG) Research Committee
-Senior Research Fellow, Behavioral Informatics & Technological Enterprise Studies, Behavioral Science Unit, Federal Bureau of Investigation
-Founder and Director of SFSU’s Culture and Emotion Research Laboratory
-Former Instructor, Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy
-Former Editor-in-Chief for the Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology
-Editor of the Culture and Diversity Section for the Social and Personality Psychology Compass
-Founder and Program Advisor of the East Bay Judo Institute since 1984
-1996 Olympic Coach (Judo)
-2000 Olympic Team Leader (Judo)
6. Dr. Marc Helgesen (Miyagi Gakuin Women's University)
Helgesen, M. (2019). English teaching and the science of happiness: Positive psychology communication activities for language learning. Tokyo: ABAX ELT Publishers
students, people, writing, noticing, positive psychology, activities, happiness, mindfulness, happy, teachers, forgive, Japanese, person, point, published, explain, eating, wabi-sabi, book, science
Dr. Marc Helgesen is a Professor of English at Miyagi Gakuin Women's University
Introduction (from ResearchGate):
Connecting Positive Psychology to language teaching. Connecting mind/brain/education to language teaching.
7. Dr. Simon Humphries (Kansai University)
students, teachers, interviews, study, people, book, clt, chapter, textbook, teaching, talking, context, article, observed, mentioned, test, thinking
Dr. Simon Humphries is a Professor of Intercultural Communication, Faculty of Foreign Language Studies, and Graduate School of Foreign Language Education and Research at Kansai University.
You can order the book here for 50% off: https://www.researchgate.net/project/The-Emotional-Rollercoaster-of-Language-Teaching
Introduction (from LinkedIn):
There is nothing better than seeing how international experiences change the lives of my students. I launched and managed an international exchange programme between colleges in the UK and Japan. Moreover, I prepare students for studying abroad through increasing their confidence to communicate and discussing intercultural issues with them. At Kansai University, I have the pleasure of being a member of the Study Abroad Committee in the Faculty of Foreign Language Studies, so I can help students to achieve their dreams overseas.
My Ph.D. research explored inter-cultural issues that arose following the introduction of a communicative curriculum, which required new approaches in teaching and learning English. For my present research, I have been awarded a "Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research" (Kakenhi) to study factors that influence Japanese students' capacity to speak English.
8. Todd Beuckens (Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University)
Beuckens, T. (2020). ELLLO. Retrieved May 07, 2020, from
people, English, students, site, language, teachers, speak, listening, activities, script, materials, edtech, learn, grammar, talk, class, textbooks, listen
Introduction (from LinkedIn):
I am an English teacher (ESL) who loves working in the classroom and also creating online materials students and teachers can use online and offline in a variety of ways such as for homework, self-study, in-class activities, and distance learning. All of my sites are designed to go beyond traditional printed material in order to make the learning process fun, effective, and free!
I have been teaching in the classroom for over 20 years and developing self-access e-learning websites for over 10 years. Please feel free to contact me if you are interested in creating your own materials as I love to help other teachers create their own sites and online materials.
9. Dr. Curtis Kelly (Kansai University)
Kelly, C. (1999). The coming educational boom in Japan: demographic and other indicators that suggest an increase in the number of adults seeking education’. Japanese Society, 3, 38-57.
people, teacher, japan, education, Japanese, students, adults, university, brain, online, classes, universities, paper, adult education, big, teaching, dissertation, writing, college, page
Dr. Curtis Kelly is a Professor of English in the Faculty of Business and Commerce at Kansai University.
Harvard Course referenced in the show: https://tinyurl.com/sg9dxxs
More Online Harvard Courses (some are FREE!): https://tinyurl.com/r93by65
Introduction: (from Academia.edu)
Teacher, speaker and writer, Curtis Kelly (EdD), is a Professor of English at Kansai University in Japan. He has spent most of his life developing learner-centered methods and materials for English learners, especially those with low confidence, low ability and low motivation. He believes learners should be pulled into English study rather than pushed. He has made over 330 presentations and written 29 books, including Active Skills for Communication (Cengage), Writing from Within (Cambridge), and Significant Scribbles (Longman).
10. Dr. Joe Siegel (Orebo University)
students, notes, listening, paper, teachers, research, test, teaching, study, Sweden, TED talk, point, abbreviations, Japan, information, project, texts, classroom, thinking, important
Dr. Joseph Siegel is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences at Orebo University.
Introduction: (from Oru.se)
Joseph Siegel teaches English in teacher education, where he focuses mainly on language teaching pedagogy and classroom practices. He also teaches courses on pragmatics, classroom interaction, research methodology, and action research for the language classroom.
Joseph Siegel has a PhD in Applied Linguistics from Aston University, UK. His doctoral thesis focused on the teaching of listening strategies in second language (L2) education. He leads several research projects on language teaching pedagogy, including the ways in which note-taking is conceived and taught in the L2 classroom and how L2 learners develop spoken pragmatic knowledge and abilities. He is also currently co-editing a collection of works titled “International Perspectives on Teaching the Four Skills in ELT” with Professor Anne Burns, University of New South Wales, Australia.
11. Dr. Stephen Fairclough (Liverpool John Moores University)
people, test, anxiety, study, measure, heart rate, bit, called, driving, year, interested, paper, data, physiological, monitoring, fitbit, scale, alcohol, real, point
Dr. Stephen Fairclough is a Professor of Psychophysiology at Liverpool John Moores University.
Introduction (from LinkedIn):
I'm an academic working across psychology, neuroscience and human-computer interaction with a particular interest in translational research. I specialise in the development and implications of physiological computing systems where signals from brain and body are used as control inputs for technological systems.
12. Dr. Aya Matsuda (Arizona State University)
English, people, language, Japanese, students, native speakers, Japan, variety, international, context, world, teaching, American, communication, universities, goal, model, based, word, places
Dr. Aya Matsuda is an Associate Professor at the Department of English at Arizona State University.
Introduction: (from Asu.edu)
Aya Matsuda is associate professor of applied linguistics in the Department of English at Arizona State University, where she directs undergraduate and graduate programs in linguistics and applied linguistics. Her research interests include World Englishes WE, the use of English as an international language, and the pedagogical implications of the global spread of English. She has published widely in various books and journals including English Today, JALT Journal, TESOL Quarterly, and World Englishes, as well as several encyclopedias. Matsuda also has published two edited books, "Principles and Practices of Teaching English as an International Language" (2012, Multilingual Matters) and "Preparing Teachers to Teach English as an International Language" (2017, Multilingual Matters). She served on the Board of Directors for TESOL International Association from 2014 to 2017 and currently is a treasurer-secretary for the International Association for World Englishes.
13. Dr. Simon Boag (Macquarie University)
dreams, Freud, theory, evidence, brain, talking, Hobson, people, dopamine pathway, interesting, rem sleep, paper, write, point, sleep, motivation, rapid eye movement, psychology, Freudian theory, bit
Dr. Simon Boag is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Macquarie University.
Introduction: (from WordPress.com)
I am an Associate Professor in Psychology at Macquarie University. I am primarily interested in personality dynamics and the possibility of personality change. My research background is in psychodynamic theory. However, my research is presently examining personality dynamics from a dynamical systems perspective. My published research has been particularly interested in defense mechanisms, unconscious mental processes, dreams, and the science and philosophy of psychoanalysis. My current research is turning to the relationship between personality dynamics and spirituality. I also enjoy looking at the history of personality research and of psychology generally.
14. Dr. Jennifer Jenkins (University of Southampton)
English, people, elf, speak, language, native English speaker, lingua franca, world, testing, students, other languages, university, native English, native, test, communication, understand, lingua, field
Dr. Jennifer Jenkins is the Emeritus Professor of Global Englishes and Founding Director of the Centre for Global Englishes at Southhampton University.
Introduction: (from ResearchGate)
My research has always focused on Global Englishes, and more specifically on English as a Lingua Franca. Initially, I investigated the contribution of accommodation to achieving intelligibility in ELF interactions, and subsequently explored attitudes towards ELF communication. For many years, my interest has been in the role of ELF in higher education, the subject of both my 2014 monograph, English as Lingua Franca in the International University, and the volume I recently co-edited with Anna Mauranen (now in press) on the findings of our project, 'Linguistic Diversity on the EMI Campus'. I am currently directing a new project, 'ELF and dis/empowerment in international education'.
15. Dr. Florence Chiew (Macquarie University)
students, Bateson, learning, education, writing, people, guess, bit, felt, thought, teaching, paper, research, read, teacher, experience, question, context, class, classroom
Dr. Florence Chiew is a Higher Degree Research Social Science Advisor at Macquarie University.
Introduction: (from Hdr.Mq.edu.au)
Florence Chiew earned her PhD in Sociology at the University of New South Wales. Her research is based in social theory and science studies and focuses on how advances in fields such as neuroscience, social genomics, and quantum biology influence our most fundamental ideas about human nature.
As HDR learning advisor, Florence is also interested in developing research training resources that holistically integrate the formal aspects of doing research with deeper questions about academic practices and the self-care techniques required of researchers.
16. Dr. Shaun O'Dwyer (Kyushu University)
Confucianism, Confucian, Japan, scholars, ruler, Japanese, state, people, book, filial piety, China, ultra-nationalist, Chinese, east Asia, societies, heritage, opted, ideas, 17th century, emperor
Dr. Shaun O'Dwyer, columnist for The Japan Times and Associate Professor at Kyushu University.
17. Dr. Jeffrey Stewart (Tokyo University of Science)
test, vocabulary, paper, correlation, people, question, word, review, knowledge, statistics, reading, thought, class, chromebox alpha, levels, field, university, students, recall, modalities
Dr. Jeffrey Stewart is an Associate Professor of English at Tokyo University of Science
18. Dr. Mahboubeh Rakhshandehroo
(Kyoto University of Foreign Studies)
students, universities, Japan, Japanese, English, EMI, university, research, international students, study, faculty members, interviewed, Ph.D. student, programs, terms, classes, interested, difficult, data collection, connections
Dr. Mahboubeh Rakhshandehroo is a language instructor at Kyoto University of Foreign Studies.
Introduction (from LinkedIn):
Mahboubeh Rakhshandehroo obtained her PhD in Human Sciences (Critical Studies in Transformative Education) from Osaka University. She is currently a part-time lecturer at Kyoto Gaidai, DWCLA, Kansai College, Kwansei Gakuin University, and Kansai University. She is also a webinar coordinator of GE and EMI network, and a social media coordinator of the ICLHE East Asia group.
Her research focuses on English-Medium Instruction (EMI) support at Japanese universities.
19. Dr. Naomi Sweller (Macquarie University)
gestures, students, people, honors, research, year, recall, Ph.D., test, psychology, masters, study, run, producing, university, paper, Sydney, writing, thesis, publish
Dr. Naomi Sweller is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Macquarie University.
Introduction: (from Mq.edu.au)
I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology. I conduct research in the broad field of cognitive development, more specifically examining the use of gesture by both child and adult learners and communicators, as well as concept learning by children and adults. I have partnered extensively with researchers in the fields of early childhood education and special education, as well as education more generally.
I completed my doctoral study, titled "Learning and decision processes in classification and feature inference" at UNSW in 2007. After completing Postdoctoral positions at the University of Sydney in the Department of Psychology and at Macquarie University in the then Institute of Early Childhood, I moved to a continuing academic position in the Department of Psychology at Macquarie University.
20. Dr. Gabrielle Decamous (Kyushu University)
book, censorship, Fukushima, artists, nuclear, Oceania, Nagasaki, images, Hiroshima, French, people, writing, publish, mind, age, mining, traumas, bit, museum
Dr. Gabrielle Decamous is an Associate Professor of Languages and Cultures at Kyushu University.
Introduction (from Academia.edu):
Gabrielle Decamous is Associate Professor at Kyushu University in Japan. She has taught at Goldsmiths, University of London, and was the recipient of a Hilla Rebay International Fellowship, working with curators at museums in New York, Bilbao, and Venice.
21. John Wiltshier (Miyagi Gakuin Women's University)
Wiltshier, J., & Helgesen, M. (2018). Tearing down the wall of silence. In P. Wadden & C.C. Hale (Eds.), Teaching English at Japanese Universities (pp. 43-53). Routledge.
students, teacher, Japanese, Japan, people, classroom, class, junior high school, question, English, silence, wrote, department, university, answer, chapter, teaching, ideas, colleague, practice
John Wiltshier is a Professor and Head of the English Literature Department at Miyagi Gakuin Women's University.
John has been a teacher for 26 years and is currently a Professor at Miyagi Gakuin Women’s University in Sendai. He has presented nationally and internationally in Asia, Europe, and the U.S being a plenary speaker at the PANSIG conference and twice featured-speaker at the JALT International Conference. John is co-author of the highly successful English Firsthand series – 5th edition. In addition, he was an author and series consultant (Japan) of the global six-level primary course: Our Discovery Island.
22. Dr. Chris Stillwell (College of the Sequoias)
teacher, observation, observed, teaching, lesson, people, observer, classroom, question, conversation, great, students, learn, stage, certificate program, thought, class, opportunity, certificate
Dr. Chris Stillwell is a Professor of English at College of the Sequoias.
23. Dr. Jenifer Larson-Hall (The University of Kitakyushu)
Larson-Hall, J., & Stewart, J. (2018). Making a career of university teaching in Japan. In P. Wadden & C.C. Hale (Eds.), Teaching English at Japanese Universities (pp. 11-24). Routledge.
Japanese, Japan, university, people, teaching, husband, thought, year, book, Russian, job, write, PhD, chapter, English, guess, universities, applied, professors
Dr. Jenifer Larson-Hall is an Associate Professor of English at The University of Kitakyushu.
Introduction: (from ReseachGate)
Jenifer Larson-Hall currently works at the Department of English, Faculty of Foreign Studies, Kitakyushu University. Jenifer does research in Second Language Acquisition, Statistics and Phonology. Her most recent publication is 'Moving Beyond the Bar Plot and the Line Graph to Create Informative and Attractive Graphics.'
24. Dr. Ahmar Mahboob (University of Sydney)
language, world, people, linguistics, English, classifications, create, understandings, categories, education, question, study, human, science, thinking, semiotic, linguists, based, writing, symbols
Dr. Ahmar Mahboob is an Associate Professor of Linguistics at the University of Sydney.
Introduction: (from LinkedIn)
Ahmar Mahboob teaches in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Sydney, Australia. Ahmar has a keen interest in critical language variation and applications of linguistics in education. His research focuses on different facets of how language variation relates to a range of educational, social, professional, and political issues.
Ahmar has received many awards and recognitions for his teaching and research. Amongst others, he is a Fellow of the National Talent Pool; President’s Programme for Highly Qualified Overseas Pakistanis, Government of Pakistan. Ahmar is the founder of the Free Linguistics Conference and FLC accreditation. He has served and serves on the editorial board of numerous journals. Ahmar is the current co-editor of TESOL Quarterly.
25. Dr. Amanda Gillis Furutaka (Kyoto Sangyo University)
Gillis-Furutaka, A. (2019). Making a Lecture Course Student Centered: Steps and Issues. In JALT 2019 Proceedings (pp. 18-26).
students, class, teacher, homework, year, research, people, music, teaching, great, Portuguese, English, Brazil, British, Japan, China, university, survey, speak, Portugal
Dr. Amanda Gillis Furutaka is a Professor of English at Kyoto Sangyo University.
Introduction: (from LinkedIn)
Teaching English, British culture, and media studies, especially poplar music. Researching Japanese young people's use of YouTube for access to Anglo-American pop music. Other interests include international and bilingual education, extensive reading, and the role of the L1 when reading in a foreign language.
26. Dr. Annette Bradford
(Institute of Contemporary Asian Studies (ICAS))
Japanese, English, students, book, Japan, university, people, programs, EMI, policy, conference, international students, research, global, publisher, proposal, project, years, international, study
Dr. Annette Bradford is an Adjunct Fellow at the Institute of Contemporary Asian Studies (ICAS).
Introduction: (from AnnetteBradford.net)
Annette Bradford, (Ed.D Educational Administration and Policy Studies), adjunct fellow at the Institute of Contemporary Asian Studies (ICAS), Temple University Japan, is recognized for her work in the internationalization of higher education, particularly as it relates to Japan.
Annette has published extensively on International Higher Education, and has presented her research at conferences in Asia, Europe and the U.S. She is active in several professional organizations, having recently completed a two-year term as Co-Chair of the Japan Special Interest Group of NAFSA, Association of International Educators and currently serving as a founding committee member of the ICLHE (Integrating Content and Language in Higher Education) East Asia chapter.
Specialties: Internationalization of Higher Education, International Education, Intercultural Communication, English-medium Tertiary Education Programs, Integrated Content and Language in Higher Education, Education Policy, TESOL, International Student Exchange, Study Abroad.
27. Dr. Jim King (University of Leicester)
silence, classrooms, applied linguistics, talk, people, students, japan, university, research, teacher, hypersensitivity, language, paper, observed, study, behavior, book, Japanese, instruments
Dr. Jim King is a Programme Director for MA Applied Linguistics and TESOL Courses at the University of Leicester.
Introduction (from https://www.drjimking.co.uk/):
I'm an applied linguist, based at the University of Leicester, who specialises in psychological aspects of foreign language education. I have extensive research experience investigating affect-related issues such as classroom silence, foreign language anxiety and teacher emotions, and regularly receive invitations to talk about these topics at national and international events. I am an International Fellow of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
28. Luisa Zeilhofer (Kyoto University)
meditation, mindfulness, students, guided meditation, study, Japanese, classes, meditate, university, language, German, paper, teaching, meaningfulness, exercises, teachers, good, podcast, foreign language, people
Luisa Zeilhofer is an Associate Professor at Kyoto University.
Introduction: (from ResearchGate)
Hello fellow researchers, I am always happy to get inspirations from all around the world. My research interests are pretty widely spread. Mostly I am interested in the human brain and its abilities to process language. Recently, I started doing some research about AI and language as well. My field of expertise is SLA and teaching improvement. I mostly publish papers with statistical data, but sometimes mixing quantitative with qualitative methods as well.
29. Dr. Rob Waring (Notre Dame Seishin University)
Nation, I. S. P., & Waring, R. (2019). Teaching extensive reading in another language. London: Routledge.
words, students, reading, extensive, teachers, books, text, language, graded readers, learning, meaning, written, learner, knowledge, vocabulary, learn, grammar, practice, phrases, structure
Dr. Rob Waring is a Professor at Notre Dame Seishin University.
Introduction: (from Academia.edu)
Dr. Rob Waring is an acknowledged expert in Extensive Reading and second language vocabulary acquisition. He is Professor at Notre Dame Seishin University in Okayama, Japan. Professor Waring has published over 60 articles and has lectured in 18 countries on foreign and second language acquisition and given over 40 Plenary, Keynote or Featured Speaker talks around the world. He is an Executive Board member of the Extensive Reading Foundation, and Vice Chair of the Korean English Extensive Reading Association and was Co-Chair of the Second World Congress on Extensive Reading in Seoul, Korea in 2013. He is also author and series editor of the Foundations Reading Library, and the series editor of the Footprint Reading Library and the Page Turners Reading Library by Cengage Learning. He is the administrator and co-founder of the Extensive Reading website
30. Dr. Theron Muller (University of Toyama)
Muller, T. (2018). An exploration of the experiences of Japan-based English language teachers writing for academic publication. Ph.D. thesis. The Open University.
publication, journal, published, people, manuscript, paper, Japan, author, research, articles, submit, language, count, chapter, writing, book, teaching, Ph.D. student
Dr. Theron Muller is an Associate Professor at the Univerity of Toyama.
Introduction: (from LinkedIn)
I have written and presented on a number of topics related to the teaching of English, including TBLT and ESP. My current goals include the development of online courses for teacher training, supporting teachers to become successful in academic publishing, researching the effectiveness of intensive writing, and investigating the development of academic voice among distance MA students. I am a winner of the 2008 John Haycraft Classroom Exploration Scholarship.
Specialties: TBLT, academic writing, ESP, action research, professional development
31. Dr. Nobuyuki Hino (Osaka University)
Hino, N. (2012). Endonormative models of EIL for the Expanding Circle. In Matsuda, A. (Ed.) Principles and Practices of Teaching English as an International Language (pp.) 28-43. Bristol: Multilingual Matters.
English, Japanese, EMI, students, language, book, world, people, ELF, native speakers, professor, testing, talking, varieties, culture, classes, model, test, communication, expanding
Dr. Nobuyuki Hino is a Professor at Osaka University.
Nobuyuki Hino (Ph.D.) is a Professor in the Graduate School of Language and Culture at Osaka University, Japan. He is the author of EIL education for the Expanding Circle: A Japanese model (Routledge, 2018), along with numerous book chapters and journal articles on the teaching of EIL (English as an International Language).
Professor Hino's latest book:
Hino, N. (2018). EIL education for the Expanding Circle: A Japanese model. London: Routledge.
32. Dr. Peter De Costa (Michigan State University)
De Costa, P., et al., (2020). Should I stay or leave? In C. Gkonou, J.M. Dewaele & J. King (Eds.), The emotional rollercoaster of language teaching (pp. 211-227). Bristol: Multilingual Matters.
teachers, Singapore, identity, language, Nepal, English, students, education, chapter, people, teaching, exams, feel, applied linguistics, research, learning, respect, speak, resources, country
Dr. Peter De Costa is an Assistant Professor at Michigan State University
Introduction: (from Academia)
Peter I. De Costa is an Associate Professor in the Department of Linguistics and Languages and the Department of Teacher Education at Michigan State University. His primary research includes the role of identity and ideology in SLA. He is author of The power of identity and ideology in language learning (Springer 2016) and the editor of Ethics in applied linguistics: Language researcher narratives (Routledge 2016). He also recently co-edited The Palgrave handbook of applied linguistics research (Palgrave, 2018), and he is the current co-editor of TESOL Quarterly.
32. Dr. Melodie Cook (University of Niigata Prefecture), Dr. Louise Ohashi (Meiji University), Dr. Wendy Gough (Bunkyo Gakuin University), and Dr. Eucharia Donnery (Shonan Institute of Technology)
Nagatomo, D. H., Brown, K.A., & Cook, M. L. (Eds.). (2020). Foreign Female English Teachers in Japanese Higher Education: Narratives from our Quarter. Candlin and Mynard.
Preview sample available here
people, students, Japan, women, writing, university, year, book, teachers, female, talk, job, Japanese, authors, chapter, academic writing, department, volunteer, colleague
View and purchase the book here.
Dr. Melodie Cook (University of Niigata Prefecture)
Dr. Louise Ohashi (Meiji University)
Louise Ohashi is an associate professor at Meiji University, Japan. She also teaches a self-directed learning course at Gakushuin University. Her main research areas are CALL/MALL and learner autonomy. Her PhD thesis examined these areas under the title “Using Digital Technology for Autonomous, Out-of-Class English Language Learning: The Influence of Teacher Support at a Japanese University”.
Dr. Wendy Gough (Bunkyo Gakuin University)
Dr. Eucharia Donnery (Shonan Institute of Technology)
34. Dr. Howard Brown (University of Niigata Prefecture)
Brown, H. (2017). Final thoughts: Have we seen this before? The information technology parallel. In Brown, H. & Bradford, A. (Eds.). (2018). English-medium instruction in Japanese higher education: Policy, challenges and outcomes. Bristol: Multilingual Matters.
EMI, students, universities, working, program, English, university, teaching, context, language, Japanese, classes, Japan, teacher, speak, started, research, problematic, journal
Dr. Howard Brown is a Professor at the University of Niigata Prefecture
35. Dr. Dat Bao (Monash University)
Bao, D. (2020). Silence, talk and in-betweens. In J. King & S. Harumi (Eds.), East Asian perspectives on silence in English language education (pp. 17-36). Multilingual Matters.
students, silence, silent, people, classroom, teacher, task, speak, ethics, thought, Vietnamese, research, university, Japanese, language, talk, japan, learn, teaching, book
Dr. Dat Bao is a senior lecturer at Monash University.
36. Dr. Rebecca Oxford (University of Maryland)
Oxford, R. L., Olivero, M. M., Harrison, M., & Gregersen, T. (Eds.). (2020). Peacebuilding in language education: Innovations in theory and practice. Multilingual Matters.
Interview keywords: people, peace, students, teacher, book, talk, thinking, class, language, Russian, breathing, Maryland, person, activities, citations, world, Japan, prayer, forced, meditation
Rebecca L. Oxford, Ph.D. (Professor Emerita and Distinguished Scholar-Teacher, University of Maryland) co-edited Peacebuilding in Language Education (Multilingual Matters, 2021). She has published 14 other books on peace, eco-education, transformative education, and language learning and has given presentations in 43 countries. She co-edits two book series: Spirituality, Religion, and Education (Palgrave) and Transforming Education for the Future (Information Age). “Rebecca Oxford’s research has changed the way the world teaches languages,” stated a lifetime achievement award.
37. Dr. Aaron Hahn (Fukuoka University)
Hahn, A. D. (2018). Uncovering the ideologies of internationalization in lesson plans through critical discourse analysis. The New English Teacher, 12(1), 121.
Japanese, internationalization, people, English, teachers, language, students, lesson plans, articles, japan, perpetuated, idea, learn, project, critical discourse analysis, paper, research, terms, CDA, foreign languages
Dr. Aaron Hahn is a Foreign Language Lecturer at Fukuoka University. He is interested in facilitating the development of new language learning tools and curricula that can shift away from a native-speaker focused model towards an ELF approach. In addition, he conducts research on teachers’ professional discourse using Critical Discourse Analysis.
38. Paul Raine (J. F. Oberlin University)
Paul Raine (MA TEFL/TESL, University of Birmingham 2012) is an award-winning teacher, presenter, author, and developer. His books include the best-selling 50 Ways to Teach with Technology and the innovative multi-path graded reader Journey to Mars. He has also developed his own website for teachers and learners of EFL (www.apps4efl.com). He has published numerous research articles on the teaching and learning of English as a second language and is particularly interested in Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL). He currently teaches at two universities in the Tokyo area.
39. Kate Maher (Kyoto University of Foreign Studies)
Interview keywords: students, silence, anxiety, classroom, class, speaking, paper, Japanese, teacher, observing, partner, people, behavior, thought, interview, helping, interested, intervention, feel, anxious
40. Dr. Robert S. Murphy (University of Kitakyushu)
You can read the paper here: ResearchGate
Interview keywords: syllabus, people, students, teacher, design, based, question, university, learning, content, paper, textbooks, courses, develop, lexical, approach, task, teaching, work, pleasing
Robert Shoichi Murphy. Associate Professor, University of Kitakyushu (Center of Fundamental Education). Robert conducts research in Applied Linguistics, neuroELT, Science Teacher Education, and Microbiology.
41. Dr. Melodie Cook (Prefectural University of Niigata)
Interview keywords: Japanese, Japan, book, kids, teachers, parents, chapter, people, publisher, children, culture, called, adopted, wrote, school, family, happening, trauma, deal, issues
42. Joseph Falout (Nihon University)
Interview keywords: students, classroom, teacher, class, study, people, English, research, called, chapter, vacation, thinking, Japanese, learning, report, emotions, play, interested, nervous, positive
43. Dr. Bruce Lawrence (Western University)
Interview keywords: English, Korean, people, Korea, Japanese, Japan, k-pop, song, Koreans, language, linguistic, speak, word, talking, called, paper, students, native speaker, hear, thesis
44. Dr. Jean-Marc Dewaele (Birbeck, London University)
Dewaele, J.M. (2020). What psychological, linguistic and sociobiographical variables power EFL/ESL teacher’s motivations? The emotional rollercoaster of language teaching (pp. 269-287).
Interview keywords: teacher, emotions, language, English, students, emotional intelligence, trait, read, word, French, Japanese, emotionality, thinking, emotional, people, lx, research, talk, native, teaching
Introduction (from ResearchGate):
Jean-Marc Dewaele does research on individual differences in psycholinguistic, sociolinguistic, pragmatic, psychological and emotional variables in SLA and Multilingualism. He is particularly interested in the interface between applied linguistics and psychology. He has published widely on multilingual emotions and Foreign Language Enjoyment and Anxiety. He is the former president of the International Association of Multilingualism and the European Second Language Association. He is General Editor of the Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development and won the Equality and Diversity Research Award from the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (2013) and the Robert Gardner Award for Excellence in L2 and Bilingualism research from IALSP in 2016.
45. Dr. Alexandra Burke
Burke, A. (2020). Neurodiverse students in your classroom. The Language Teacher, 44, 31-35.
Interview keywords: students, people, read, problem, teacher, font, write, text, letters, difficulty, classroom, writing, dyslexia, test, appendix, person, language, learn, handwriting, class
46. Dr. Ana Sofia Hofmeyr
Hofmeyr, A. S. (2020). Development of Intercultural Competence as a Result of Internationalisation-at-Home Initiatives: Case Studies of Two Top Global Universities in Japan. (Doctoral thesis)
Interview keywords: students, universities, research, intercultural competence, Ph.D., contact, programs, university, question, interviews, people, intercultural, Japan, internationalization, publish, finished, interventions, campus, project, thinking
47. Dr. Christina Gkonou (University of Essex)
Gkonou, C. (2020). 'Critical incidents' in language teachers' narratives of emotional experience. The emotional rollercoaster of language teaching (pp. 131-149).
Interview keywords: critical incidents, teachers, students, emotions, people, class, teaching, book, research, anxiety, interview, language, started, chapter, thought, story, classify, learned, person, academics
Intro: (From University of Essex)
I received my PhD in English Language Teaching and MA in Teaching English as a Foreign Language from the Department of Language and Linguistics at the University of Essex. I also have a CELTA qualification at Pass Grade A and a BA in English Language and Literature from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. In 2006-2007 I studied French-Greek translation at the University Paul Valery Montpellier III, France.
My research is concerned with the affective dimension of language learning and teaching, particularly language learner anxiety and language teacher emotions. I am currently looking at how and why teachers undertake emotional labour in their daily practice, through analysing narrative accounts and seeking to understand how they capitalise on the different emotional experiences they encounter as part of their role.
48. Dr. Diane Pecorari (City Univeristy of Hong Kong)
Pecorari, D., & Malmström, H. (2018). At the crossroads of TESOL and English medium instruction. TESOL Quarterly, 52(3), 497-515.
Interview keywords: EMI, English, question, language, students, medium, people, instruction, internationalization, university, Hong Kong, Sweden, teachers, classroom, rankings, learning, universities, journal, Swedish, speak
Intro: (From City University of Hong Kong)
Diane Pecorari works within the area of English Applied Linguistics. Her research has investigated aspects of English for academic purposes and second-language writing, (including source use and plagiarism), and the widespread and growing phenomenon of English medium instruction.
She received her PhD in English from the University of Birmingham in 2001.
She has taught courses in linguistics, academic writing and professional communication. In addition, she has designed and taught professional skills development courses for university teacher who want to work pedagogically with questions such as how to work against plagiarism, how to promote students' writing skills and how to teach effectively in the English-medium classroom.