I work in education, evaluation, and education in emergencies. My work includes qualitative research and analysis, international educational development policy and planning, teaching language and culture, communication in diverse environments, training development, collaboration and facilitation, and writing and presenting. I have developed long-lasting school-school international student exchange programs between US and Japan schools. I offer workshops in Japanese culture, etiquette, and language and have taught elementary, middle, high school, college, and graduate level Japanese courses since 1990. Current projects include mentoring refugee teachers at Kakuma Refugee Camp in Kenya, continued research about access to education for Micronesian migrants in Honolulu, teaching remote Japanese language classes, and revising existing English teaching guides for use in Cambodia.
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