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TEETER Jennifer Louise

TEETER Jennifer Louise
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Papers (15):
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MISC (16):
  • Jennifer Louise TEETER. Making Academic Writing Meaningful With Wikipedia (Research-Oriented Long Presentation). JALT2015: 41st Annual International Conference on Language Teaching. 2015
  • Jennifer Louise TEETER. Self-Study Shadowing Program for Listening. JALT2015: 41st Annual International Conference on Language Teaching. 2015
  • Jennifer Louise TEETER. Strengthening English listening skills: The development of a self-study shadowing system for tablets and smart phones. FOREIGN LANGUAGE EDUCATION & TECHNOLOGY: Identities, Communities, and Technologies in Global Environments @ Harvard University. 2015
  • Jennifer Louise TEETER. Making EFL academic writing meaningful for undergraduates: A Wikipedia project based in Japan. FOREIGN LANGUAGE EDUCATION & TECHNOLOGY: Identities, Communities, and Technologies in Global Environments @ Harvard University. 2015
  • Jennifer Louise TEETER. “Engaging EFL writers in academic English writing classes through community contribution,. Kyoto JALT. 2014
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Books (5):
  • "Japanese bicycles and permaculture in the Philippines: disposed bicycles find new lives in Cebu" in 「多文化のまなざし」
    Eibunsha 2015
  • Education and spaces of, for, and by Ainu: Initiatives born out of the 2013 Aotearoa Ainumosir Exchange Program” In R. Miller, T. Ottman, H. Palmer, Z. Richie & D. Warchulski (Eds.), Peace as a Global Language: Peace and Welfare in the Global and Local C
    Mizuyamasangyo 2015
  • Civil society and the engagement of a “not so lost” generation in Tohoku, Japan” in " Peace without Boundaries"
    2015
  • Sami-led indigenous and cultural education in Finland in Inari
    2013
  • Sustainable Shipping to Meet the Needs of Small Island Developing States
    IGI Global: Hershey, Pennsylvania. 2013 ISBN:9781466651661
Lectures and oral presentations  (5):
  • “Youth empowerment through the Aotearoa Ainumosir Exchange Program
    (Kansai SIETAR Conference, Resilient Minorities in Japan 2014)
  • Volunteering with Peace Boat in Tohoku
    (Doshisha Women’s University 2011)
  • Global English to Foster International Understanding
    (Tamagawagakuen University 2007)
  • vercoming Stereotypes of Native Americans
    (Toyama International University 2005)
  • Global English and Alternative Tourism
    (Kanda University of International Studies)
Work history (1):
  • Kyoto University
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