Yuta Mori is a coordinator of the Japanese Language Program for BA in International Studies (BAIS) and also a lecturer at the Institute for Area Studies.
Fields of interest
Japanese language education, material development, language assessment & testing, educational technology
2010-2012: MA, TESOL & Applied Linguistics, Indiana University Bloomington, Indiana, USA
2006-2010: BA, International Liberal Studies, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan
2019-present: Lecturer, Leiden University, Leiden, Netherlands
2014-2019: Lecturer I&II, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA
2012-2018: Lecturer, Middlebury College, Summer School, Middlebury, VT, USA
2012-2014: Instructor, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA
“Increasing Reading Engagement: Application of a Visual Novel Game for Novice Learners”, Southeastern Association of Teachers of Japanese (SEATJ), Tampa, Florida, February 2018 (pp. 215-226).
“Connecting the Reality of Digital Natives with Classroom: Survey on Japanese Learners’ Use of Social Media” (with Yoshihiro Mochizuki), the 25th Central Association of Teachers of Japanese Conference Findlay (CATJ), Ohio, April 2015 (pp.167-181).
“The Effects of Collaborative Writing Activity in JFL Classroom”, the 19th Annual Meeting of Princeton Japanese Pedagogy Forum (PJPF), Princeton, New Jersey, May 2012 (pp. 101-112).
- Conversation IIa
- Productie IIb, IIc
- Japanese 2, 3 (BAIS program)
- Kanji IIa
No relevant ancillary activities