Professor IKEDA Reiko (Vice Director)

Professor IKEDA Reiko (Vice Director)

 

0857-31-6794

orikeda@ciatu.tottori-u.ac.jp

 

Field of Specialization

 Japanese Language Education, Collaborative Learning (Peer Learning), Academic Writing, Science Communication

 

Main Responsibilities

  • Japanese language education courses for international students (course direction and class instruction)
  • International student support
  • Coordinating ‘Comprehensive Japanese Language Course’ for university graduate students, research students, and other international students.

 

Classes

[Center for International Affairs]
  • Intensive Japanese Language Program: “Kanji and Sentence-Building”
  • General Japanese Language Study
  • Japanese Culture and Society
[Common Couse Subjects]
  • Technique for Expression in Japanese I & II
  • Japanese for Regular Undergraduate Students I & II
  • Workshop for Global Citizens
[Faculty of Regional Sciences]
  • Communication in Japanese as a Foreign Language II

 

Other Activities

  • Activities linking the university with the community (international exchange)
  • Fostering the Japanese education network abroad

 

Research Themes

  • Peer Learning (Collaborative Learning)
  • Peer Response (Collaborative Essay Writing)
  • Designing places of community learning via collaboration.

 

Publications

[Books]
  • 池田玲子・舘岡洋子(2007)『ピア・ラーニング入門 -創造的な学びのデザインのために-』ひつじ書房
  • 近藤彩・金孝卿・池田玲子(2014)『経営学ケースメソッドからビジネス日本語教育へ-ピア・ラーニングによる授業デザインの提案-』ココ出版

 

[Textbooks]
  • 大島弥生・池田玲子 他(2005)『ピアで学大学生の日本語表現 プロセス重視のレポート作成』ひつじ書房
  • 大島弥生・大場理恵子・岩田夏穂・池田玲子(2012)『ピアで学大学生・留学生の日本語コミュニケーション プレゼンテーション』ひつじ書房
  • 近藤彩・金孝卿・福永由佳・ムグダヤルディー・池田玲子 他(2013)『ケースで学ぶ日本語ビジネスコミュニケーション』ココ出版

 

[Original Papers]
  • -池田玲子(2004)「日本語学習における学習者同士の相互助言(ピア・レスポンス)」『日本語学』Vol.23明治書院 pp.36-50
  • -齋藤ひろみ・池田玲子・池上摩希子・河野俊之(2007)「ワークショップ型日本語教師研修におけるコーディネーターの学び: 研修参加者との場の共有化と対話を通して」『リテラシーズ第4巻第2号』くろしお出版pp.10-18 
  • -池田玲子(2010)「ピア・レスポンスの学び合いと教師の役割 学習者に支援される教師の学び」『教育と医学』 690号 慶應義塾大学出版 pp.26-34

 

Brief Message

The theme of my education and research is, “Collaborative Communication”. This describes when people work together collaboratively with other people in order to learn together.

Though people who live in the community have a variety of different backgrounds and thoughts, what is important for living safely and in a constructive way? How do you resolve problems which arise between people? I believe the key to this problem is the collaboration of people.

I want to actively create places in the community and within the university where people of foreign nationalities (international students) and Japanese people can collaborate together.