For K-12 / K-16

East Asia Language Pedagogy Workshops

The Second UW Japanese Tadoku (Virtual) Workshop

February 27, 2021 (Sat) 9:00-12:30 (PST)
Hosted by the UW East Asia Center and the UW Center for Global Studies

**3 clock hours will be offered for WA State in-service teachers**


The first Tadoku Workshop was held in September 2016 at the UW. Since then, a number of institutions in this region have implemented Tadoku in their programs. This workshop includes reports from the instructors of five schools, as well as the presentations by Prof. Noriko Hanabusa from University of Notre Dame and Prof. Yuka Kumagai from University of Southern California, who will share their experiences of offering Tadoku courses. This workshop will provide an opportunity for participants to learn how Tadoku can be incorporated in their programs, share ideas, and connect with teachers in this region.

Session 1: 実践報告

Izumi Matsuda-Kiami (University of Washington)

Mayumi Steinmetz (Shoreline Community College)

Anne Stewart, Mari Brunson (Bellevue College)

「Independent Study としての多読」
Shizuko Suenaga (Seattle University)

Masumi Abe, Nick Hall, Ihhwa Kim, Michiko Suzuki (University of British Columbia)

Session 2: 多読コース実践の経験から

Yuka Kumagai (University of Southern California)

Noriko Hanabusa (University of Notre Dame)