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Name Affiliation Topic Abstract
Dr. Hayo Reinders
Professor, Anaheim University, USA Supporting Learning BEYOND the Language Classroom
Dr. Hayo Reinders (Professor)
Graduate School of Education Chair of Research Anaheim University, USA


Dr. Hayo Reinders is TESOL Professor and Director of the doctoral programme at Anaheim University in the USA. Hayo is Editor of the journal Innovation in Language Learning and Teaching (published by Taylor & Francis) and edits a book series on “New Language Learning and Teaching Environments”. He founded the Institute for Teacher Leadership. His interests are in teacher empowerment, learner autonomy, and educational technology.

Dr. Willy Ardian Renandya
Principal Lecturer, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore The Power of Extensive Reading and Listening: Theory, Research and Practice

Dr. Willy Ardian Renandya (Principal Lecturer)
National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Dr. Willy Ardian Renandya is a language teacher educator with extensive teaching experience in Asia. He currently teaches applied linguistics courses at the National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He has given more than 100 plenary presentations at ELT international conferences and published extensively in the area of second language education. His publications include Language Teaching Methodology: An anthology of current practice (2002, Cambridge University Press), Student-centred cooperative learning (2019, Springer International), and a recently published book chapter Growing Our Research Impact (2020, Springer International).  He maintains a large language teacher professional development forum called Teacher Voices: .
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Website: Willy’s ELT Corner
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相關資料:Dr. Willy Ardian Renandya_Biodata July 2021.pdf
Dr. Len Unsworth
Professor, Australian Catholic University, Australia Coding Animated Narratives and Digital Interactive Literature: Creative 21st Century Curricula for English and Literature Education.

Dr. Len Unsworth (Professor)
Research Director of Educational Semiotics in English and Literacy Pedagogy at ILSTE, Australian Catholic University, Australia

Dr. Len Unsworth is the Research Director of Educational Semiotics in English and Literacy Pedagogy at ILSTE. Len has been involved in educational research for over 30 years, including nine recent Australian Research Council funded projects. His key research interests include: literacy and learning in school curriculum areas; literature for children and adolescents; literacy development in the English curriculum K-12; and the pedagogic role of explicit knowledge about language and the meaning-making resources of images and image-language interaction in both paper and digital media texts, including animation and film. Prior to commencing at ACU in 2014, Len was Professor in Education at Griffith University, following earlier roles as Head of the School of Education at the University of New England and Head of the School of Development and Learning in the Faculty of Education at the University of Sydney.

相關資料:CV Len Unsworth July 2020.pdf
Dr. David Wible
Professor, National Central University, Taiwan New Roles for Language Learners, Teachers, and Technologies: From Two Decades of Interdisciplinary Research and Classroom Practice

Dr. David Wible (Professor)
Graduate Institute of Learning and Instruction, National Central University, Taiwan

Dr. David Wible is professor in the Graduate Institute of Learning and Instruction at National Central University in Taiwan, where he has served as dean of the College of Liberal Arts and director of the university’s Language Center. Trained in theoretical and applied linguistics, in 1999 he co-created the iWill online language learning platform, the most widely used language learning platform in Taiwan in its time, which created Taiwan’s first digital corpus of learner English (TCL) as well as Web 2.0 innovations before the term was coined. He is co-creator of StringNet, an open access, navigable language model of English ( He has published on corpus and computational linguistics, applied linguistics, language acquisition and pedagogy in such venues as TESOL Quarterly, Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory, and the Journal of Computer-Assisted Learning, and Lecture Notes in Computer Science and presented his collaborative research in numerous invited talks, for example at Princeton University Department of Psychology and the International Computer Science Institute at Berkeley. His current and longstanding collaborative research investigates what conditions can foster the learning of linguistic constructions by discovery from authentic language in use rather than by direct instruction.


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