Michael Mondejar

FacultyInternational University of Japan Center for Language Education and Research 
PositionAssistant Professor (Koshi)
Last Updated: Jun. 13, 2019 at 09:43

Researcher Profile & Settings

Name

    Michael Mondejar

Profile & Settings

    Research funding number:  80647959
    Profile:
    Michael Mondejar is an Assistant Professor at the International University of Japan, Niigata. His research interests include academic writing instruction and cross-cultural pragmatics. He has received his MA in TESOL at Teachers College, Columbia University.

Affiliation

  • International University of Japan Center for Language Education and Research  Assistant Professor (Koshi)

Education

  • Jan. 2009Feb. 2012Teachers College - Columbia University, Tokyo Master of Arts in TESOL
  • Sep. 1998Aug. 2003The University of Michigan - Ann Arbor Bachelor of Sciences in Biology and Japanese

Research Activities

Published Papers

  • Vocatives as mitigators and upgraders in speech acts
    Michael Mondejar
    PanSIG2014: Sustainability - Making teaching and learning last 116-121 May 2015 [Refereed]
  • English and Japanese vocative use in a multiethnic community in Japan
    Mondejar, M.
    JALT 2013: Learning is a lifelong voyage 187-196 Aug. 2014 [Refereed]
  • Implementing blended learning in foreign language education: Reasons and considerations
    Mondejar, M.
    JALT 2012: Making a difference 475-481 Aug. 2013 [Refereed]
  • Effective implementation of foreign language education reform in Japan: What more can be done?
    Mondejar, M.; Valdivia, L.; Laurier, J.; & Mboutsiadis, B.
    JALT 2011: Teaching, learning, growing 179-191 Oct. 2012 [Refereed]
  • Language policy in Japan: Shifting paradigms
    Mondejar, M.; Laurier, J.; Valdivia, L.; Mboutsiadis, B.; & Sanchez, E.
    JALT Pan-SIG 2011: Discovering paths to fluency 149-165 Oct. 2011 [Refereed]
  • Write away right away: Second edition (book review)
    Michael Mondejar
    Accents Asia 4(2) 79-81 Oct. 2011 [Refereed]
  • Personal language learning for teachers and learners: Reflections on the Learner Development SIG session at Nakasendo 2011
    Barfield, A.; Mondejar, M.; Mboutsiadis, B.; Rundle, C.; Vye, S.; Arnold, L.; & Unosawa, K.
    Learning Learning 18(2) 38-50 Sep. 2011
  • Implementing language policy in Japan: Realities and recommendations
    Laurier, J.; Mboutsiadis, B.; Mondejar, M.; Sanchez, E; & Valdivia, L.
    PeerSpectives 7 19-29 Jun. 2011 [Refereed]


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