SATO Kazuyoshi

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Name
SATO Kazuyoshi
Affiliation
Nagoya University of Foreign Studies
Section
Department of English Language Teaching
Degree
Ph.D.(University of Queensland, Australia), M.A.(University of Queensland)

Profile

Kazuyoshi Sato holds a PhD in Applied Linguistics from the University of Queensland, Australia. He has written several papers on communicative language teaching and teacher education. His research interests include teacher development, second language acquisition, and curriculum development.

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
 - 
2000
PhD, Applied Linguistics (Language Teaching), The University of Queensland, Australia
 
 
 - 
1997
MA, Applied Linguistics (Language Teaching), The University of Queensland, Australia
 
 
 - 
1986
BA, Administrative Education, Education, Nagoya University
 

Awards & Honors

 
2000
Distinguished Dissertation (on Dean's list), University of Queensland
 

Published Papers

 
Changes in learner beliefs of Japanese students: An impact of the cooperative strategy training program.
NGUYEN, Tra, SATO Kazuyoshi
International Journal of English Language Teaching   4(8) 46-66   2016   [Refereed]
School-wide collaborative action research for curriculum development.
SATO Kazuyoshi, HIRANO Mitsuru
130-141   2014   [Refereed]
Focus-on-form instruction and student learning in Japanese junior high schools
SATO Kazuyoshi, FUKUMOTO Yukimi, ISHITOBI Noriko, MORIOKA Takemi
JALT2011 Conference Proceedings   283-303   2012   [Refereed]
Collaborative  action research: Teacher and curriculum development
MUTOU Nancy, SATO Kazuyoshi, HAKAMADA Aki, TSUJI Hiromi, SHINTANI Seiji
JALT 2008 Conference Proceedings   53-66   2009   [Refereed]
Focus-on form instruction (FFI) and its effect on student learning
SATO Kazuyoshi, IWAI Reiko, KATO Mie, KUSHIRO Miwako
JALT2008 Conference Proceedings   521-548   2009   [Refereed]
Elementary to secondary English articulation: Challenging teacher beliefs
KOJIMA Yuji, SATO Kazuyoshi
JALT 2007 Conference Proceedings   383-394   2008   [Refereed]
Professional development in context: Teachers in a Japanese high school English department
KLEINSASSER Robert, SATO Kazuyoshi
Studies in Language and Language Teaching   14(1) 92-129   2007   [Refereed]
Communicities of supportive professionals
SATO Kazuyoshi,CHOLEWINSKI Michael, CORNWELL Stieve, HEIGHAM Juanita, KIYOKAWA Shannon, TAKAKI Nobuyuki
The Language Teacher   31(10) 12-13   2007   [Refereed]
Communicities of supportive professionals: Creating a teacher learning community through professional development
SATO Kazuyoshi,CHOLEWINSKI Michael, CORNWELL Stieve, HEIGHAM Juanita, KIYOKAWA Shannon, TAKAKI Nobuyuki
JALT 2006 Conference Proceedings   37-49   2007   [Refereed]
Reality testing: Teaches pass, board of education fails
MURPHEY Tim, SATO Kazuyoshi
The Teacher Trainer   20(1) 12-16   2006   [Refereed]
Lifelong teacher learning through a collaborative study group
SATO Kazuyoshi, TAKAKI Nobuyuki, OKADA Chieko, TAKAHASHI Keiko, YAMASHITA Rie, SERIKAWA Hirofumi
JALT 2004 Conference Proceedings   150-163   2005   [Refereed]
SATO Kazuyoshi, KLEINSASSER Robert
Teaching and Teacher Education   20 797-816   2004   [Refereed]
Teacher perception about alternative assessment and student learning
TKAHASHI Keiko, SATO Kazuyoshi
JALT 2003 Conference Proceedings   175-183   2004   [Refereed]
Teacher and student learning in the workplace: The impact of performance tests
SATO Kazuyoshi, TAKAHASHI Keiko
JALT 2002 Proceedings   325-336   2003   [Refereed]
Contagious story-telling
SATO Kazuyoshi
The Language Teacher   26(2) 15-18   2002   [Refereed]
Fractals of educational change: Oen communication and risk taking
MURPHEY Tim, SATO Kazuyoshi,HSIN-HWA C.
he Proceedings of the 3rd Pan-Asian Conferences and the 27th Annual International Conference of JALT   19-26   2002   [Refereed]
Fractals of educational change: Oen communication and risk taking
MURPHEY Tim, SATO Kazuyoshi,HSIN-HWA C.
Proceedings of the 3rd Pan-Asian Conferences and the 27th Annual International Conference of JALT   19-26   2002   [Refereed]
Developing cross-cultural understanding through dialogue
SATO Kazuyoshi, CULLEN Brian
Proceedings of the 3rd Pan-Asian Conferences and the 27th Annual International Conference of JALT   299-306   2002   [Refereed]
Power of networks: Creating continuous learning opportunities
SATO Kazuyoshi
Explorations in Teacher Education   9(1) 24-30   2001   [Refereed]
Techniques in the culture-based classroom
CULLEN, Brian, SATO Kazuyoshi
ALT 2000 Proceedings   (229) 232   2001   [Refereed]
Techniques in the culture-based classroom
CULLEN, Brian, SATO Kazuyoshi
JALT 2000 Proceedings   229-232   2001   [Refereed]
Enhancing teacher development: What administrators can do
MURPHEY Tim, SATO Kazuyoshi
The Language Teacher   24(1) 7-10   2000   [Refereed]
Reality Testing: Letting teachers’ practice inform teacher education theory
MURPHEY, Tim, SATO Kazuyoshi
Nanzan Studies in English Language Education   7 235-246   2000
EFL teachers in context: Beliefs, practices, and interactions
SATO Kazuyoshi
PhD dissertation, Centre for Language Teaching and Research, University of Queensland      2000   [Refereed]
Multiple data sources: converging and diverging conceptualizations of LOTE teaching
SATO Kazuyoshi, KLEINSASSER Robert
he Australian Journal of Teacher Education   24(1) 17-33   1999   [Refereed]
Teacher beliefs and teacher development
SATO Kazuyoshi, MURPHEY Tim
JALT1998 Proceedings   205-210   1999   [Refereed]
Communicative language teaching (CLT): Practical understandings
SATO Kazuyoshi, KLEINSASSER Robert
The Modern Language Journal   83(4) 494-517   1999   [Refereed]
Teacher beliefs and teacher development
SATO Kazuyoshi, MURPHEY Tim
SATO Kazuyoshi, MURPHEY Tim   205-210   1999   [Refereed]
Multiple data sources: converging and diverging conceptualizations of LOTE teaching
SATO Kazuyoshi, KLEINSASSER Robert
Australian Journal of Teacher Education   24(1) 17-33   1999   [Refereed]
Foreign language teacher education: Teachers' perceptions about communicative language teaching and their practices
SATO Kazuyoshi
MA thesis. Centre for Language Teaching and Research, University of Queensland      1996   [Refereed]
Enhancing teacher development: What administrators can do
MURPHEY Tim, SATO Kazuyoshi
The Language Teacher   24(1) 7-10   [Refereed]

Books etc

 
Curriculum revitalization in a Japanese high school through teacher collaboration.In D. Hayes & J. Sharkey (Eds.), Revitalizing a program for school-age learners through curricular innovation
SATO Kazuyoshi & TAKAHASHI Keiko (Part:Joint Work, 205-237)
TESOL, Inc.   2008   
Communities of supportive professionals
MURPHEY Tim & SATO Kazuyoshi (Part:Joint Work)
2005   
Building a collaborative school culture through curriculum development. In T. Murphey & K. Sato (Eds.), Communities of supportive professionals
CHOLEWINSKI Michael & SATO Kazuyoshi (Part:Joint Work, 35-46)
TESOL, Inc.   2005   
Deconstructing the making of Japanese university entrance exams. In C.A.Coombe & N.J.Hubley(Eds.),Assessment Practices
Alexandria, VA: TESOL Inc.   2003   
Starting a local teacher study group. In T. Murphey(Ed.),Extending Professional Contributions
2003   
Seeking satisfaction. In K.E. Johnson & P.R. Golombek(Eds.), Teachers' Narrative Inquiry as Professional Development
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press   2002   
Practical understandings of CLT and teacher development. In S. J. Savignon(Ed.), Interpreting Communicative Language Teaching: Contexts and Concerns in Teacher Education
New Haven: Yale University Press   2002   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Foreign Language Teacher Development