(Last updated : 2024-06-01 16:46:16)
  DIAS, Joseph V.
   Department   Aoyama Gakuin University  Department of English, College of Literature
   Position   Professor
■ Specialization and related fields
Foreign language education, Education on school subjects and primary/secondary education, Medical management and medical sociology 
■ Business career
1. 2003/04~2007/03 Aoyama Gakuin University College of Literature Department of English
2. 2007/04~2012/03 Aoyama Gakuin University College of Literature Department of English Associate Professor
3. 2012/04~ Aoyama Gakuin University College of Literature Department of English Professor
■ Belonging society
1. 1992/04~ Communication Institute for Online Scholarship
2. 1999/11~2001/03 Japan Association of Language Teaching (On editorial boards for JALT'99 and '00 Conference Proceedings.)
3. 2001/04~ Serving on the review board for the JALTCALL Journal and for conference proposals
4. 2005/06~ EuroCall (Computer Assisted Language Learning in Europe)
5. 2010/10~ Japan Association of Language Teaching -- Lifelong Language Learning Special Interest Group Link
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■ Research topic, funded research, and department laboratory expense
1. 1998/04~  Conversation analysis of medical consultations  (Key Word : )
2. 1998/04~  Language program administration and teacher training  (Key Word : )
3. 1999/04~  Improving the four skills through self-access  (Key Word : )
4. 2003/04~  Designing and evaluating materials that enhance academic English skills  (Key Word : )
■ Book and thesis
1. Book Aural to Visual: Turning Songs Into Tableau Vivant. In J.L. Arnold & E. Herrick (Eds)., New Ways in Teaching With Music.   (Single) 2017
2. Book Hatsuwa no Hajime to Owari: Goyoron teki Choosetsu no Nasareru Basho [Periphery: Where Pragmatic Meaning is Negotiated]   (Single) 2017
3. Book Pickup Lines in Courtship Rituals: Identifying and Classifying Them. In John Rucynski, Jr. (Ed.) New Ways in Teaching With Humor  pp.91-95 (Single) 2017
4. Book Business conference simulations. In C. S. C. Chan & E. Frendo (Eds.) New ways in teaching business English  pp.187-190 (Collaboration) 2014
5. Book Ethnographies of workplaces. In C. S. C. Chan & E. Frendo (Eds.) New ways in teaching business English  pp.283-286 (Collaboration) 2014
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■ Lecturer and lecture
1. 2012/05/16 Introducing an online system for sharing English teaching resources across departments
2. 2009/01/30 Mindful teaching, mindful learning; Ways to turn off automatic pilot (Kanda Gaigo Career College, Tokyo)
3. 2007/07/27 Student & Teacher-created Podcasts (Aoyama Gakuin University--Shibuya Campus)
4. 1998/01/19 I didn't have any sleep complaints until you mentioned I have a sleep disorder (University of Liverpool (UK))
■ Academic conference presentation
1. 2024/05/26 Cultivating Long-term COIL Partnerships (JALT PanSIG 2024) Link
2. 2024/02/04 Activities to foster a lifelong learning approach to food culture (ETJ Tokyo Expo) Link
3. 2023/11/26 Language Schools’ Contributions to Lifelong Learning (JALT2023 International Conference) Link
4. 2023/08/12 Cultivating empathy through the use of student-created first-person vignettes (OkiJALT Summer Symposium 2023) Link
5. 2023/05/13 Lifelong Playfulness: Creative Uses of Language In and Out of the Classroom (JALT PanSIG 2023) Link
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