Professor
Ted O'Neill

Now is the time to be open to the unexpected. Your next few years as a university student in the Faculty of International Social Sciences is a good time to say "Yes" to new opportunities. You will be part of writing an original story and building something new. Now is the time for creative students to become leaders. I hope as a student here you will make new discoveries about the world and find your place in it.

Courses

Presentation Ⅰ
Presentation Ⅱ
Self-Directed Learning Ⅰ
Self-Directed Learning Ⅱ
Economics in the World
Globalization and Business

Fields of Specialization

  • English Language Teaching
  • Extensive Reading
  • Educational Technology
  • Curriculum Development

Contact

  • E-mail :
  • Office :South 2-413

Profile

  • 2016
    Professor, the Faculty of International Social Sciences, Gakushuin University
  • 2015
    Professor, Gakushuin University Faculty of International Social Sciences Preparatory Office
  • 2014
    Postgraduate Certificate of Educational Technology and Information Literacy, State University of New York Buffalo Graduate School of Education
  • 2011
    Associate Professor, Tokyo Medical and Dental University
  • 2005
    Assistant Professor, Obirin University
  • 1999
    Instructor, Nanzan University
  • 1996
    Instructor, Chukyo University Department of English Language and Literature
  • 1996
    MA in ESL and Bilingual Education, University of Massachusetts at Boston
  • 1990
    Assistant Language Teacher, JET Program(me)
  • 1990
    BA in History, University of Massachusetts at Boston

Major Publications

  • Writing for your readers: Tools and approaches (2012) The Language Teacher. Vol. 36, No. 4. 32-34.
  • Uses and Representations of Foreign Language in Storytelling: Oze Akira's Kuroudo (2010) Journal of J. F. Oberlin University Studies in Language and Culture, The First Issue. 73-87.
  • Implementing a Knowledge Sharing Network Within the Obirin English Language Program (2007) Obirin Studies in English Language and Literature. Vol. 47, 107-118.
  • A Comparative Study of Two Methods on Building Reading Fluency in EFL: Repeated Reading vs Extensive Reading (2004) Language, Education & Technology. Vol. 41, 179-198.

Others

  • International Advisory Board, International Academic Forum (IAFOR),2014
  • Member Board of Directors, Japan Association for Language Teaching,2012
  • Apple Distinguished Educator,2011