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Samantha Green

Samantha2017Samantha Green grew up in Maryland in America. She earned her bachelor's degree in East Asian Studies with a minor in Japanese Language and Culture from Temple University, Tokyo campus. She later attained a master's degree in TESOL, after teaching English in Tokyo for 2 years. Samantha taught English as a Second Language at the University of Delaware before coming to Toyo University. She enjoys knitting, hiking, watching old movies and exploring new places.

 

 

 

Kia DeCou

Kia 2017Kia DeCou has recently started teaching a TOEFL course as well as Reading/Writing and Speaking/Listening in the Special Course in Advanced TOEFL at Toyo University.  Previous to coming to Japan, she was an English Language Fellow training teachers  at Inonu University in Turkey.  She has taught English literature, research writing, teaching methodology, civic engagement, and photography courses in the United States, Turkey, Japan and Colombia.  Her current research interests include higher-order thinking skills in language classrooms, the effects of student autonomy on learning and differing assumptions and expectations between students and instructors from different educational backgrounds.

 

 

Robert Morel

Robert2017Robert Morel grew up near Chicago, Illinois and has taught in the Czech Republic and Japan. He holds a B.A. in History from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and a M.A. TESOL from Teachers College Columbia University. His current research interests are based on the relationship between community involvement, second language development, and development of an intercultural identity. In addition to language teaching, he is interested in local tourism development and the preservation of traditional neighborhoods and communities. Robert currently co-edits the SIG Focus column in JALT’s The Language Teacher

 

 

 

Steven Brooks

Steven2017Steven Brooks is originally from Bath in the UK. As well as holding a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Studies and a Master of Arts degree in the Teaching and Practice of Creative Writing, he also has an MA in TESOL from the University of Nottingham. Steven has taught for several universities in the Tokyo area, and has previous teaching experience in the UK and Poland. In his free time he enjoys traveling to new places, eating good food, watching cricket, and taking care of his young son. His professional interests include materials development and pragmatics within the field of English for Academic Purposes.

 

 

Ivan Botev

Ivan 2017Ivan Botev was born and raised in the oldest, still inhabited city in Europe — Plovdiv, Bulgaria.At the age of 18, he decided to pursue a B.A. degree in Photojournalism at the University of Central Oklahoma, USA. While with the Saitama City Board of Education and teaching at public elementary and junior high schools here in Japan, he completed his M. Ed. in English Language and Methodology at the University of Plovdiv. Ivan has successfully completed his PhD course in Regional Development Studies with a dissertation on picturebooks as a community education tool. He is also a recipient of Toyota Foundation research funding, which further helps his research of and contribution to young learners' formaland non-formal education in his native Bulgaria. He is married, with two children.

 

 

Ken Ohashi

Ken2017Katsuichiro “Ken” Ohashi has a BA in Economics from Shinshu University. He also has a MA in Applied Linguistics (TESOL) from Macquarie University. Currently he is working toward a Ph.D in Education at Temple University, Japan Campus. His has a wide range of research interests including vocabulary, testing, cognitive linguistics, bilingualism, and teacher training. He also enjoys conducting classroom research aimed to identifying effective teaching methods and activities that benefit his students’ learning. Aside from teaching English, Ken has a diverse professional background working in international sales divisions in Japanese companies and is also a certified scuba diving instructor. In his free time he enjoys bouldering.

 

 

Matthew Wilson

matt2017(3)Matthew Wilson grew up in the picturesque English Lake District before moving to Scotland to study with Stirling University where he graduated with a BA in English Studies. Returning to England, he was awarded a post graduate certificate in education from Anglia Polytechnic University and has since received an MA in English for Academic Purposes from the University of Nottingham. For the past six years, Matthew has worked with a variety of Tokyo universities including Rikkyo University and Tokyo Kasei University. His research interests include teacher perceptions of the classroom, the role of culture in education and the role of critical pedagogy in the EAP classroom.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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