KIKUCHI Toshikazu

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Name
KIKUCHI Toshikazu
Affiliation
Nagoya University of Foreign Studies
Section
School of Foreign Languages Department of English Language Teaching
Job title
Professor
Degree
Ph.D.(The University of Tokyo)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Sep 2011
 - 
May 2012
Professor, Fulbright Visiting Scholar at Columbia University
 
Apr 2005
 - 
Today
Professor, Nagoya University of Foreign Studies
 
Apr 2002
 - 
Mar 2005
The University of Tokyo (Part-time)
 
Mar 1999
 - 
Jan 2000
Visiting Researcher at Boston University
 
Jul 1992
 - 
Aug 1992
Researcher at Reading University
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1999
Graduate School, Division of General Culture, The University of Tokyo
 
 
 - 
1981
Second Cluster of College, University of Tsukuba
 

Committee Memberships

 
2003
   
 
ATEM(The Association for Teaching English through Movies)  Auditor
 

Published Papers

 
Global Citizenship Education through Study Abroad Programs with Service Learning Experiences
KIKUCHI Toshikazu
The Bulletin of Nagoya University of Foreign Studies   (2) 73-101   Feb 2018
Creating a School Where Butterflies Flitter: A 2011 Fulbright Visiting Scholar Report (2)
KIKUCHI Toshikazu
Nagoya University of Foreign Studies Journal of School of Foreign Languages   (45) 59-88   Aug 2013   [Refereed]
A Proposal for Education Reform in Japanese Elementary Schools: A 2011 Fulbright Visiting Scholar Report (1)
KIKUCHI Toshikazu
Nagoya University of Foreign Studies Journal of School of Foreign Languages   (44) 95-122   Feb 2013   [Refereed]
The Possibility of Teaching American Sign Language as a Foreign Language in Japanese Universities Language
KIKUCHI Toshikazu
Journal of School of Foreign Languages   (40) 63-97   Feb 2011   [Refereed]

Misc

 
The Impact of Teaching ASL to Japanese Hearing Students and Their Attitude Change toward Deaf People
Nagoya University of Foreign Studies   (38) 49-76   2010
Implications of Teaching ASL to Japanese Hearing Students
Nagoya University of Foreign Studies   (36) 1-27   2009
The Potential of iTunesU and Second Life for Mobile Learning
Nagoya University of Foreign Studies   (34) 37-61   2008
The Use of Mobile Phones in m-Learning
Nagoya University of Foreign Studies   (32) 55-85   2007
The e-Learning Diffusion in the Context of the e-Japan Strategy
Nagoya University of Foreign Studies   No.30, 33-58    2006

Books etc

 
I am Christopher indeed!
Humanities for Colleges of Technology   1996   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Learning from Japanese Schools [Invited]
The City College of New York School of Education Symposium   Feb 2012   
Stories of Creativity: Identity, Ideals and Innovation [Invited]
Columbia University International Education Week 2011   Nov 2011   
The Potential of Mobile Learning from the Perspective of University Management
The Kanto Branch of the English Literary Society of Japan   2007   
Is iPod Really Effective in m-Learning?
Wireless Ready International Symposium   2007   
Quality Assuarnce of Cross-border e-Learning
The joint seminar between the Univ. of Tokyo and Waseda Univ.   2007   

Works

 
Lecture on Language Learning through Movies for the Super English Language High School Project by the Educational Ministry, at Kakamigahara High School in Gifu Prefecture
2005
Lecture on the Use of English Captioned Movies for Language Learning, at Iwatakita High School in Shizuoka Prefecture
2005
Presentation on possibilities of e-learning in Language Education at Tokyo University
2005
Lecture on the Efficacy of Keyword Captions at Seijyo University in Tokyo
2005
Participation in the Joint Project Between Hokkaido University and Kyushu University on the Use of Virtual people in English Education.
2004

Research Grants & Projects

 
TESOL and American Sign Language
Project Year: Apr 2008       Investigator(s): KIKUCHI Toshikazu
English Education by e-learning
The Other Research Programs
Project Year: 2004   
The Potential of Mobile-Learning in Language Education
Project Year: 2003