(Last updated : 2018-04-14 12:08:44)
  BRADFORD Annette Claire
   School of Business Administration
   Associate Professor (non-tenured)
■ Books and Papers
1. Book English-Medium Instruction in Japanese Higher Education: Policy, Challenges, and Outcomes. Multilingual Matters (Co-authored (Edit / supervision)) 2017/11 Link
2. Paper EMI, CLIL, & CBI: Differing approaches and goals. (Co-authored (other than first author)) 2017/08
3. Paper Barriers to Japanese student mobility (Sole-authored) 2017/01
4. Paper The US-Japan Alliance:The keystone for a regional higher education cooperative architecture (Sole-authored) 2016/08 Link
5. Paper Teaching content through the medium of English: Faculty perspectives. (Sole-authored) 2016/08 Link
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■ Conference Presentations
1. 2016/06/10 Teaching Through English: Techniques for Success (Invited presentation at Kyorin University)
2. 2015/11/23 Teaching Content in English: Faculty Perspectives (41st Annual JALT International Conference on Language Teaching and Learning)
3. 2015/09/17 Bite-sized wisdom in five minutes: Teaching diverse students in the English-medium instruction classroom. Ignite® presentation (27th Annual EAIE (European Association of International Educators) Conference)
4. 2015/09/02 Overcoming the challenges of teaching content in English at Japanese universities: Strategies for promoting content acquisition (Integrating Content and Language in Higher Education 2015 conference)
5. 2015/06/06 Implementation challenges facing English-taught degree programs in Japanese universities (Second Annual Conference on Global Higher Education at Lakeland College Japan)
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■ Academic Qualifications
1. 2010/08~2015/05 The George Washington University Graduate School of Education and Human Development Educational Administration and Policy Studies〔Doctoral course〕 Completed Doctorate of Education in Educational Administration and Policy Studies
2. 2003/03~2005/05 University of Surrey Linguistics (TESOL)〔Master degree program〕 Completed Master of Arts in Linguistics (TESOL)
3. 1994/09~1998/07 University of East Anglia EUR Modern Languages: German Graduated Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Modern Languages: German
■ Career History
1. 2013/04~2013/12 Council on Foreign Relations-Hitachi International Affairs Fellow in Japan Researcher
2. 2013/01~2016/03 Sasakawa Peace Foundation Non-Resident Fellow Researcher
3. 2009/09~2010/06 American University, Washington, DC. College Writing Program, Department of Literature International Student Coordinator
■ Major Subjects
International Education, Internationalization of Higher Education
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■ Award History
1. 2013/04 Council on Foreign Relations-Hitachi International Affairs Fellowship in Japan