(Last updated : 2021-03-31 07:47:50)
  ETO Tomoko
   Department   Center for Language Education
   Position   Tenured Senior Lecturer
■ Education
1. 2013/09~2014/11 〔Master degree program〕 Applied Linguistics with TESOL, Department of English Language and Linguistics, The University of Sheffield, Completed
■ Message
You can change your future in just four years at APU. Always try your best and see what happens! 
■ Current research
Language learning strategies, learner beliefs, needs analysis
■ Current specialized field
Foreign language education, Linguistics (Key Word:Language learning strategies, learner beliefs, needs analysis) 
■ Books and theses
1. 2020/08 Article Incorporating an External Online Test Into a University Language Program JALT Postconference Publication 2020(1),pp.534-546 (Collaboration)  Link
2. 2020/06 Article Classroom-Based Training Towards Learner Autonomy JASAL Journal 1(1),pp.37-61 (Collaboration)  Link
3. 2019/03 Article Japanese EFL Learners in Bilingual Group Discussions: A Needs Analysis APU Journal of Language Research 4,pp.91-119 (Single)  Link
■ Academic or professional association memberships
1. 2018/07~ The Japan Association of College English Teachers Link
2. 2017/06~ The Japan Association for Language Teaching Link
3. 2016/07~ The Japan Association for Self-Access Learning Link
■ Conference presentations
1. 2019/11/30 Fostering Independent Learners: A Classroom-based Learner Training (JASAL 2019 Annual Conference)
2. 2019/11 Exploring the use of translanguaging as a pedagogical tool on student motivation to communicate in the Japanese EFL context (17th Asia Pacific Conference)
3. 2019/05/08 Japanese EFL Learners in Bilingual Group Discussions: A Needs Analysis -- Towards Students’ Active Engagement in Multilingual Communication (The 1st APU Journal of Language Research Symposium)
4. 2018/12/15 Evaluating the SALC: Voices from the Students (JASAL 2018 x SUTFL 5 Conference)