(Last updated : 2017-09-19 17:23:05)
  ASAOKA, Nobuyoshi
   Instructor by Contractual Appointment
   Japanese Language Programs, College of Liberal Arts, International Christian University
■ Academic Background
1. 2006/08
Degree Acquisition
University of Wisconsin - Madison, MA
■ Professional Background
1. 2012/06~2012/08 Coordinator of Gateway Summer Program, Summer Gateway Program, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University
2. 2012/04~2015/03 Full-time Lecturer, Center for Language Education, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University
3. 2011/09~2012/03 Part-time Lecturer, Center for Language Education, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University
4. 2009/06~2011/08 Summer Program Instructor, Japanese Language & Japanese Culture Summer Program, Hokkaido International Foundation
5. 2007/09~2011/05 Full-time Lecturer, Department of Chinese & Japanese, Grinnell Collge
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■ Present Specialized Fields
Japanese Language Education, Foreign Language Education (Key Word:WTC, Autonomy, Conversation Analysis, Feedback, Pedagogy) 
■ Books and Articles
1. Article One consideration regarding the strategic similarities between language learning and sports. (Single) 2017/09 Link
2. Article Collegiality between English and Japanese Language Education: A Report on the Prospects of Collaborative Development through Class Observation between English and Japanese Language Instructors at International Christian University (Collaboration) 2016/09 Link
3. Article Is Learner Autonomy Manipulable?: The Interactive Impact on Teacher-Allocated Partners (Single) 2015/03 Link
4. Article Building Dialogue between Teachers, Technology, and Beginning Japanese Learners - Connecting the Interaction and Noticing Hypotheses (Single) 2014/05 Link
5. Article Willingness to Communicate - Group Dynamics and Seating Allocation at Beginning Level Japanese (Single) 2013/10 Link
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■ Academic Conference Presentation
1. 2017/08 One Consideration regarding the Strategic Similarities between Language Learning and Sports - The Contributory Possibility of Comprehension and Acquisition on Cognitive Strategy - (CAJLE Annual Conference 2017)
2. 2016/11 Teacher Development through Class Observation (The 42nd Annual International Conference of the Japan Association for Language Teaching)
3. 2016/08 Collegiality between English and Japanese Language Education: A Report on the Prospects of Collaborative Development through Class Observation between English and Japanese Language Instructors at International Christian University (CAJLE 2016 Annual Conference)
4. 2014/05 Building Dialogues between Teachers, Technology, and Beginning Japanese Learners– Connecting the Interaction and Noticing Hypotheses (The 21st Princeton Japanese Pedagogy Forum)
5. 2014/03 Connecting the Interaction Hypothesis and Noticing Hypothesis through Technology to Develop Communicative Competence among Beginning Japanese Learners (The 8th International Conference on Practical Linguistics of Japanese)
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■ Academic Society Memberships
1. Japanese Society for the Study of Education
2. American Association of Teachers of Japanese
3. Canadian Association for Japanese Language Education
4. Japanese Association of Second Language Acquisition
5. Japanese Language Education Methods
■ Qualification and Licenses
1. 2001/07 TOEFL 640/273 (CAT)
2. 1999/02 United Nations Association Test of English Special A Grade
3. 1992/12 The EIKEN Test in Practical English Proficiency 1st Grade