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  LANGAGER, Mark W.
   Senior Associate Professor
   Division of Arts and Sciences, College of Liberal Arts, International Christian University
■ Academic Background
1. 1996/09~2001/06 〔Doctoral course〕, Human Development and Psychology, Graduate School of Education, Harvard University, Completed, Ed.D in HDP
2. 1997/06/08
Degree Acquisition
Harvard University, EdM in International Education
3. 1986/06/06
Degree Acquisition
University of Washington College of Art and Sciences, Bachelor of Arts
■ Professional Background
1. 2012/04~2014/03 Chair, Department of Education Department, International Christian University
2. 2008/04~2011/03 Human Rights Advisor, International Christian University
3. 2003/09~2007/03 Human Rights Advisor, International Christian University
■ Main Course Titles
International Comparative Education, Japanese Education in International Perspective, Diversity and Education in Modern Societies, Sustainability
■ Books and Articles
1. Article Childhood academic language environments of Japanese sojourners: A principal components analysis study (Single) 2009/03
2. Article Elements of war and peace in history education in the US and Japan: A case study compariso (Single) 2009/03
3. Article War Ideation and Peace Education in Japan and the US: A Case Study Compariso (Single) 2005/03
4. Article An Argument for Cultural Meanings of Schooling: the Japanese Case (Single) 2005
5. Other "Study of Attitudes and Global Engagement (SAGE, 2003-2006)" (Single) 
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■ Academic Conference Presentation
1. 2009/05/22 The Mysterious Breathe of Life
2. 2009/03/25 Becoming Cosmopolitan in the US: How Japanese Sojourners Strategically Navigate Mainstream and Supplementary Education Overseas (Comparative and International Education Society Annual Conference)
3. 2008/03/17 Equal Time in History: Comparing War Accounts and Attitudes in Japan and the US (Comparative and International Education Society Annual Conference)
4. 2008/02/07 Creating Bilingual Environments: Adjusting to Demographic Changes in a Japanese-English High School (National Association for Bilingual Education Annual Conference)
5. 2008/02/07 Literate in Two Languages: The Supplementary Educational Experience of Four Japanese Sojourning Families (National Association for Bilingual Education Annual Conference)
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■ Lectures
1. A Survey Look at Education in Japan
2. 2009/06 Comparative Education: Leading the Way to a Changing World
3. 2009/04 What is Bilingual Education
4. 2008/11 Bilingual Education Seminar
5. 2008/06 Shaping Students into Learners through Evaluation and Grading
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■ Academic Society Memberships
1. Asian Studies Conference Japan
2. "Comparative and International Education SocietyMember and Reviewer, Subcommittee for the Gail P. Kelly Award for Outstanding Dissertation in 2008, 2009"
3. Japan Association for International Education
4. Peace Education Commission of the International Peace Research Association
5. 2008~ National Association of Bilingual Education
■ Educational Achievements
● Practice example of education method
1. 2004~2006 "I coordinated three 2-day workshops on Japanese education during the summers of 2004 - 2006, sponsored by IERS, hosting Asian Studies Outreach Program at University of Vermont, a group of K-12 and university educators from Vermont, USA."
2. 2004~ I helped to plan the Student Retreat in Spring of 2004.
3. 2005/04~2007/03 "Department Head, Education Department, CLA (April 2005 ? March 2007)"
4. 2006/04~2007/03 "Curriculum Coordinator, Education Department (April 2006 ? March 2007)"
5. 2008/04~ "Department Head, Education Department, GSDE (April 2008 ? the present)"
● Matter that should be mentioned specially in others educational activity
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■ Academic Awards
1. 2009/03 Comparative and International Education Society Certificate of Service
■ Social Activities
1. "I recruited students as volunteer tutors at the Nozomi no Ie (House of Hope) children’s home, Musashi City, Tokyo, Japan (April 2008 to the present)."
2. "I volunteered in a service capacity at the Seattle Union Gospel Mission Women and Children’s Center (Winter, 2007-08)"
■ Websites
   http://subsite.icu.ac.jp/people/langager/Welcome.html
■ E-Mail Addresses
  kyoin_mail
■ Grants-in-aid for Scientific Research Researcher Number
00338287