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educator , linguist

Hideko Shimizu, Japanese, American linguist, educator. Sponsor Japanese dance and music program Performance 2005, Denver, 2005; Member of Ikebana Teachers Association, Society Teaching Japanese Foreign Language, Linguistic Society of America, Association Teachers Japanese, American Educational Research Association, American Council on Teaching Foreign Languages, Association Asian Studies, American Association Applied Linguistics.

Background

Shimizu, Hideko was born on July 19, 1951 in Tokyo. Arrived in the United States, 1980. Daughter of Hiroshi and Yasu Shimazu.

Education

Bachelor, University Colorado, 1983. Master of Arts, University Colorado, 1994. Doctor of Philosophy, University Denver, 1999.

Career

Instructor Let's England School, Tokyo, 1984—1985. Vice president Easton Academy, 1984—1989. Instructor Teikyo University, 1989—1990.

Counselor and academy advisor Teikyo Loretto Heights University, Denver, 1990—1994. Instructor University Denver, 1993—1997. Senior instructor Vanderbilt University, Nashville, 1996—2000, University Colorado, Boulder, since 2000.

Teacher Japanese Peiffer and Little Elementary Schools, Jefferson County, Colorado, 1992—1993. Instructor Japanese Thomas Jefferson High School, Denver, 1996—1997, Bear Creek High School, 1996—1997. Assistant coordinator University Denver joint summer language program Saga University, Japan, 1995, instructor summer language program, 97.

Advisor McTieyre program Vanderbilt University, Nashville, 1997—2001, coordinator Japanese language program, 1997—2001. Member national selection committee Bridge Scholarships to Japan, 2000, 02. Member Colorado State World Langs, Advisory Council, since 2002.

Examiner honors program Knox College, 2002. Organizer workshops and cultural exchange.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor scientific papers, articles to professional journals.

Membership

Sponsor Japanese dance and music program Performance 2005, Denver, 2005. Member of Ikebana Teachers Association, Society Teaching Japanese Foreign Language, Linguistic Society of America, Association Teachers Japanese, American Educational Research Association, American Council on Teaching Foreign Languages, Association Asian Studies, American Association Applied Linguistics.

Connections

father:
Hiroshi Shimazu

mother:
Yasu Shimazu