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Michael Cholewinski

Michael Cholewinski
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Professor
Homepage URL  (2): https://sites.google.com/site/englishexpressionsjournal/homehttps://sites.google.com/site/englishexpressionsjournal/home
Research field  (3): Cultural anthropology and folklore ,  Foreign language education ,  Sociology of education
Research keywords  (3): 2nd-language writing ,  Adaptive functioning ,  socio-cognitive contexts in learning
Papers (4):
  • Cholewinski, Michael. Authentic activity, perceived values and student engagement in an EFL composition course. 2011
  • Cholewinski, M, Delgrego, N. Developing more proactive students through the use of short-term intensive recursive techniques. Nagoya University of Foreign Studies Journal of the School of Contemporary Society. 2009. 5
  • Cholewinski, Michael. Communities of supportive professionals: Creating a teacher learning community through professional development. JALT2006 Conference proceedings: Community, Identity, Motivation. 2007
  • Cholewinski, Michael. Drowning in desire: Media and mediation in Japan. Passions in economy, politics, and the media: In discussion with Christian theology. 2005
MISC (8):
  • Cholewinski, M, Sato, K. Building a Collaborative School Culture Through Curriculum Development. In Murphey, T., & Sato, K. (Eds.) Communities of Supportive Professionals: Professional Development in Language Education Series, Vol. 4. Alexandria, VA.: TESOL Inc. 2005
  • Cholewinski, M, Taylor, M. Drowning in Desire: Media and Mediation in Contemporary Japan. In Palaver, W., & Steinmair-Posel, P. (Eds.) Passions in Economy, Politics, and the Media: In Discussion with Christian Theology, Vol. 17. Munster: LIT Verlag. 2005
  • Simulation, scaffolding, and near-peer collaboration for second language writers: learning research writing basics and more. Nagoya University of Foreign Studies Journal of the School of Global Business and Economics. 2004
  • Drowning in Desire: Media and Mediation in Contemporary Japan. The Media Education Forum. 2003. Vol.1, No.1
  • The Language Classroom on a Complex Systems Matrix (Jointly Authored). JALT98 Proceedings, JALT Press, Tokyo. 1999
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Books (6):
  • English Expressions: A journal for EFL students to showcase their communication abilities
    Michael Cholewinski 2017
  • Authentic activity, perceived values and student engagement in an EFL composition course
    Unpublished PhD dissertation 2011
  • Developing more proactive students through the use of short-term intensive recursive techniques
    Nagoya University of Foreign Studies Journal of Contemporary International Studies (Vol. 5) 2009
  • An introduction to Constructivism and Authentic Activity
    Nagoya University of Foreign Studies Journal of Contemporary International Studies (Vol. 5) 2009
  • Kokusai Communication Course Composition: Student Text
    河合塾プレス
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Lectures and oral presentations  (8):
  • Authentic Activity & Perceive Values: Exploring changes in Student Values & Engagement
    (University of Birmingham 2008 CELS Spring Post Graduate Conference (University of Birmingham’s Humanities Graduate School Centre for English Language Studies (CELS)) 2008)
  • Using a project-based approach for improving students’ writing skills
    (The Annual NUFS Summer Workshop for English Teachers: Changing Beliefs through New Teaching Strategies (Nagoya, Japan) 2007)
  • Computer-Assisted Language Teaching
    (The Annual NUFS Summer Workshop for English Teachers: Changing Beliefs through New Teaching Strategies (Nagoya, Japan) 2006)
  • Building a Collaborative School Culture Through Curriculum Development.
    (JALT2006: 32nd Annual International Conference on Language Teaching and Learning & Educational Materials Exposition. November, 2006 (Kita-Kyushu, Japan). 2006)
  • Drowning in Desire: Media and Mediation in Contemporary Japan
    (2003 COV&R Conference: Passions in Economy, Politics, and the Media. In Discussion with Christian Theology (Innsbruck, Austria) 2003)
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Education (3):
  • - 2011 University of Birmingham, UK Ph.D.
  • - 1996 School for International Training (SIT) MAT
  • - 1986 University of Oregon English BA
Professional career (3):
  • Ph.D. (University of Birmingham, UK)
  • M.A.T. (SIT, Vermont)
  • B.A. (University of Oregon)
Work history (3):
  • 1999/04 - 現在 Nagoya University of Foreign Studies Associate Professor
  • 1988/09 - 1999/03 Trident School of Languages Instructor
  • 1985 - 1988 University Of Oregon Graduate Teaching Fellow
Committee career (4):
  • 2005 - 現在 e-Learning Committee, English-team, Nagoya University of Foreign Studies
  • 2001 - 2005 SGBE Academic Research Journal Committee, Nagoya University of Foreign Studies
  • 1999 - 2005 Information Technology in Education Committee, Nagoya University of Foreign Studies
  • 2000 - 2004 Curriculum Committee, Nagoya University of Foreign Studies
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