Understanding and Applying Case Study Research

Saturday, April 28, 2018 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm
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Event Speaker: 
Wendy Gough
Fee for JALT members: 
Fee for non-JALT members: 
1,000 yen
Event Theme: 
Understanding and Applying Case Study Research ケーススタディーの見解と応用 This presentation and workshop will help attendees understand the basics of case study research and how it can be applied in their teaching context. The presentation will provide an explanation of case study research methodologies and examples of some types of case study that can be conducted in educational settings in Japan. In the workshop portion, group members will exchange ideas about situations or activities in their teaching environment that would be suitable for case study then work on developing potential research questions. Wendy Gough is a Junior Associate Professor at Tokai University school of Marine Science and Technology. Her doctoral dissertation is a case study on intercultural communication and second language identity development through community outreach projects involving English in Japan. Ms. Gough also researches developing autonomous learning activities in extensive reading and academic writing classes.
Venue Address: 
1 Chome-10-23 Hashimotocho
Gifu, Gifu
500-8856 Japan