National Chengchi University, Taiwan
Bernard Montoneri (ResearchGate) earned his PhD (African, Arab, and Asian Words; History, Languages, Literature) and his BA in Chinese from the University of Provence, Aix-Marseille I, France. He has taught Literature (European, French, Children, American, and British) and languages (French, English, and Italian) for two decades. He has studied eight languages, including Sanskrit, and has obtained eight university diplomas. He is, as of August 1, 2017, an Associate Professor in the Department of European Languages and Cultures, at National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan. He has around 50 publications, including journal papers, conferences papers, and books. He is the co-founder and editor-in-chief of the IAFOR Journal of Education. His research interests include French literature, children's literature, translation studies, French and English writing, automated scoring systems, teaching and learning evaluation, data envelopment analysis, networking, and teaching methods. He is a reviewer for top academic journals and has obtained more than 20 teaching and research grants.
University of South Carolina, USA
Lucy K. Spence received her PhD in Curriculum & Instruction from Arizona State University, United States of America in 2006 and her BS in teaching from Grand Canyon University in 1989. She has taught multilingual students since 1989. She is currently an associate professor in the College of Education at the University of South Carolina, United States of America. Her current research interests are teacher perceptions of multilingual student writing, writing instruction in Japan, and Spanish language instruction in the USA. In 2013, she was invited to Kansai University in Osaka, Japan as a visiting researcher, then returned for a sabbatical research project in 2015. Her book on student writing was published in 2014. She has published articles in national and international journals and reviews books and articles for top journals related to her interest area, such as Teacher's College Record, Language Arts, and English Education.
University of New England, Australia
Yvonne Masters is currently an Adjunct Senior Lecturer with the University of New England, NSW, Australia. She has been a teacher and teacher educator for 40 years and is passionate about education. She was a senior lecturer in Professional Classroom Practice in the School of Education, UNE, a position that she accepted after five years as Director of Professional Experience in the same School. Prior to taking up her position at UNE, she had 30 years' experience in secondary schools including in the roles of Curriculum Coordinator, Deputy Principal and Principal, roles that developed her skills in leadership, project management, curriculum and assessment. Her teaching experience spans three Australian states. Her research interests centre on teacher education and policy, professional experience, teacher identity, online learning and virtual worlds, with a particular focus on distance education students. Yvonne was awarded her PhD, focused on school principalship, from Deakin University. She is an active researcher and has gained, in collaboration with other researchers, 4 Internal School of Education Research grants, been a partner in a $200,000 ALTC (OLT) grant, VirtualPREX: Innovative assessment using a 3D virtual world with pre-service teachers, in 2014 achieved a UNE Seed Grant for a one year project to explore teacher quality, and in 2015 gained a $50,000 OLT seed grant to develop resources to assist pre-service teachers to gain online teaching skills to assist them in teaching wholly online into virtual schools. She serves as a reviewer for several journals and is a senior reviewer for IAFOR conferences. She is also a co-chair of the Asian Undergraduate Research Symposium, run alongside IAFOR's annual ACE conference. She is currently expanding her research into the impact of undergraduate research and she presents on both teacher education policy and online teaching at a range of conferences, both Australian and international.
Asia University, Taiwan
Massoud Moslehpour is an intercollegiate educator working as an assistant professor of Business Administration and Foreign Languages at Asia University, Taiwan. He received his Doctorate of Philosophy from University of Missouri-Columbia, USA, in Industrial Technology (Support Areas: Higher and Adult Education, Curriculum Development, and Spanish Language). His major areas of interests are Marketing, Management, Quantitative Analysis, Cross-Cultural Studies and Foreign Language Teaching. During the past 15 years he has written several textbooks, to name a few: Internet English, Culture through Movies, English Presentation Skills and one on TOEIC preparation. He has also published several journal articles in various international peer-reviewed journals in the areas of Purchase Intention, Customer Satisfaction, Customer Loyalty, Corporate Culture, English Teaching and Internet Addiction.
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