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  HONDA Akiko
   Department   Center for Language Education
   Position   Professor
■ Education
1. Faculty of Education, Waseda University, Graduated
2. 2000 〔Doctoral course〕, Graduate School Division of Literature and Linguistics, University of Tsukuba, Accomplished credits for doctoral program
■ Academic and professional experience
1. 2017/04~ Professor
■ Message
I teach Japanese language and Japanese culture. Language is the doorway to new worlds and cultures. Let’s open the door together and make a leap into a new world and enjoy the Japanese culture and language!
■ Current specialized field
Linguistics, Japanese Language Education, Japanese Linguistics (Key Word:Language Variation) 
■ Books and theses
1. 2021/03 Article MAKING ONLINE COLLABORATIVE LEARNING RELEVANT AND EFFECTIVE AMONG STUDENTS WITH DIVERSE CULTURAL BACKGROUNDS: EVIDENCE FROM JAPANESE UNIVERSITIES INTED2021 Proceedings  (Collaboration) 
2. 2020/07 Article Problems with Information Gathering in Times of Disaster for Japanese
non-native speakers JAPANESE LANGUAGE EDUCATION IN EUROPE (24),pp.665-667 (Single) 
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3. 2020/03/25 Book Learning Japanese Through Everyday Conversation   (Collaboration) 
4. 2020/03/02 Article FOSTERING ACTIVE PEER-LEARNING BETWEEN DIVERSE STUDENT GROUPS IN JAPANESE UNIVERSITIES: HOW INTERACTIONS CAN BE ENHANCED AND BENEFIT STUDENTS IN INTERCULTURAL LEARNING? INTED2020 Proceedings pp.3499-3506 (Collaboration) 
5. 2019/03 Article Learners’ Conversation Management Skills in Contact Situations:A Comparison of Their Conversations Immediately After Arriving in Japan and One Year Later Japanese Language Education Methods pp.68-69 (Single) 
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■ Conference presentations
1. 2019/12/07 How did students learn through collaborative learning between Japanese language learners and Japanese native speakers?
2. 2019/08/30 Problems with Information Gathering in Times of Disaster for Japanese non-native speakers
3. 2019/03/23 Learners’ Conversation Management Skills in Contact Situations:A Comparison of Their Conversations Immediately After Arriving in Japan and One Year Later
4. 2019/02/25 (Japanese Language Education in South Asia)
5. 2018/11/27 Developing Method of Teaching ‘Information Literacy in Times of Disaster’ in Japanese Language Teaching (LIA International Conference on Language and Culture 2018)
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■ Research topic, funded research and KAKENHI
1. 2008~2011  Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language to foster the student’s learning autonomy by analyzing their learning strategies  (Key Word : learner autonomy,learning strategies,)