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OBJECTIVE A student-centered, data-driven, enthusiastic teacher and researcher gifted with a passion for knowledge about God and student affect seeks a teaching position which enables her to realize her commitment to attain a more effective outcome in the students' learning of methods and techniques for foreign language instruction. SUMMARY OF SKILLS * Twenty-three years of teaching experience cultivating a deeper sensitivity of students' fears and insecurities experienced during the learning process * Able and qualified to teach university-level courses in the field of applied linguistics (language acquisition, TESOL, and psycholinguistics) either in English or in Japanese. * Able and qualified to teach basics of TEFL / TESL involving, for example, the teaching of grammar and pronunciation * Versatility in adapting to different teaching environments gleaned from experiences in traditional classroom and auditorium as well as studios for radio programs * Committed to realistic research design

Work experience

2010Present

Instructor of Japanese

St. Louis Community College
20062008

English Education Program Chair, Graduate Division

J.F. Oberlin University, Tokyo
20012008

Instructor of English

Waseda University
19992008

Textbook Writer and Editor

Obunsha, Co. Ltd.
19912008

Professor

J.F. Oberlin University
19882008

Oral Examiner

Eikyo
19942006

Instructor of English

Aoyama Gakuin University
19941998

Textbook Writer and Editor

Taishukan Publishing Co., Ltd
19911993

Radio instructor and textbook writer

Obunsha, Co. Ltd.
19901991

Translator

Bell Educational Trust
19881991

Researcher and translator

Gill, Park and Park Law Firm
19851991

Instructor of English

St. Margaret's School
19881990

Radio Instructor and Textbook Writer

Obunsha, Co. Ltd.

Education

1995Present

Ed.D

Temple University
19811985

B.A

Sophia University