Kay Irie


Kay Irie is a professor at the Faculty of International Social Sciences, Gakushuin University, Tokyo where she develops and coordinates a CLIL-based English program. She also teaches in the TESOL program at Graduate College of Education, Temple University Japan. Her current research interests include CLIL pedagogy, language learning psychology, learner autonomy, and research methods used in these areas including Q-methodology. She is co-editor of Realizing Autonomy: Practice and Reflection in Language Education Contexts (Palgrave 2012). Professor Irie serves on the board member of Education Research Foundation and the organizing committee for the Psychology in Language Learning 3 Conference to be held in 2018 at Waseda University.

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