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Examining diversity and criticality in English language teaching through reflective practice: Language teacher beliefs, attitudes, and experiences.

Reflective practice is a tool that language teachers can utilize to raise their own awareness about their classroom practices and beliefs in order to improve. In this presentation, the presenters will describe and discuss their collaborative experiences conducting an analysis of their own practices, including explorations of their beliefs, attitudes, and experiences teaching as English teachers in Japan. The presenters will then discuss the importance of reflective practice for teachers at all levels and in all contexts, and provide practical hints and recommendations for the audience to engage successfully in a collaborative reflective practice of their own.

Mr. Matthew Nall, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Foundational Academics, Miyagi University in Sendai, Japan. His research interests are Language teacher identity and agency.
Dr. Takaaki Hiratsuka, Associate Professor, Faculty of International Studies, Ryukoku University in Kyoto, Japan. His research interests lie in the area of language teacher education.


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