Presentation

Keynote, Featured, Invited Presentations:

  1. Iida, A. (2021, March 25). Poetic-narrative autoethnography: Exploring traumatic experiences in the Great East Japan Earthquake. AQRA Virtual Conference, Philippines.(Featured Speaker)
  2. Iida, A. (2020, November 29). Creative writing in the era of COVID-19 pandemic. The Tokyo JALT & JALT LiLT SIG Collaborative Event, JAPAN. (Featured Speaker)
  3. Iida, A. (2020, August 28). Humanizing the EFL Classroom Through Poetry Writing. The SUT International Virtual Conference on Science and Technology (IVCST 2020) at Suranaree University of Technology, Thailand.(Invited Presentation)
  4. 飯田敦史. (2019, July 21). ヴォイスとアイデンティティから見る第二言語習得研究 ー新しいテクスト分析に向けてー[Voice and Identity in Second Language Learning Research]. 日本語教育学会・九州沖縄支部活動. (Plenary Speaker). 
  5. Iida, A. (2018, September 10). Second Language Poetry Writing Research: Past, Present, and Future. The 29th Annual JALT Gunma Summer Workshop at Ikaho Seminar House, Gunma, JAPAN. (Keynote Speaker).
  6. Iida, A. (2018, September 9). Teaching and Assessing English-Language Haiku Writing. The 29th Annual JALT Gunma Summer Workshop at Ikaho Seminar House, Gunma, JAPAN. (Keynote Speaker).
  7. Iida, A. (2018, June 30). Teaching English-Language Haiku: Articulating Voice in the Target Language. Yokohama JALT & LiLT SIG at Yokohama Kyouiku Kaikan, JAPAN (Featured Speaker).
  8. Iida, A. & Machida, T. (2018, May 19-20). Supporting Teachers. Pan SIG 2018 at Toyo Gakuen University, JAPAN. (Plenary Conversation)
  9. Iida, A. (2018, March 23-25). Teaching English-language haiku writing: Bridging theory into practice. The 5th English Scholars Beyond Borders (ESBB) Conference/Symposium at the University of Toyama, Toyama, JAPAN. (Plenary Workshop)
  10. Iida, A. (2018, March 23). The value of poetry writing: Exploring the intersection of creative writing and second language academic literacy. The 5th English Scholars Beyond Borders (ESBB) Conference/Symposium at the University of Toyama, JAPAN. (Plenary Speaker) 
  11. Iida, A. (2018, March 10). 詩を用いての第二言語ライティング研究 [Exploring Second language Poetry Writing Research]. The 2nd Research Forum on Second Language Writing at Kobe University (Umeda Intelligent Laboratory), JAPAN.
  12. Iida, A. (2017, December 9). 自己表現力育成のための英語ライティング指導 −英語俳句を用いての実証研究— [Developing voice in second language haiku writing] Aoyama Gakuin Research Center for English Language Teaching (AGRCELT)/ JACET-Kanto Chapter Co-hosted Lecture at Aoyama Gakuin University, JAPAN. 
  13. Iida, A. (2017, October 7). Understanding Second Language Haiku Writing: The 21st Bunkyo University English Language Teaching Seminar at Bunkyo University.
  14. Iida, A. (2015, October 18). Humanizing EFL Classrooms: Poetry Writing as Meaningful Literacy Practice in the Japanese context. Niigata Chapter of JALT (The Japan Association for Language Teaching) at Niigata University Niigata Station Campus, Niigata, JAPAN.
  15. Iida, A. (2015, April 19). Haiku in the second language writing classroom: Theory into practice. Toyohashi Chapter of JALT (The Japan Association for Language Teaching) at Aichi University, Aichi, JAPAN.
  16. Iida, A. (2015, January 18). Teaching voice in second language haiku writing. Nagoya Chapter of JALT (The Japan Association for Language Teaching) at the Nagoya International Center, Aichi, JAPAN.
  17. Iida, A. (2015, January 18). Learn to write in a second language: Genre-based approaches in the Japanese EFL classroom. Nagoya Chapter of JALT (The Japan Association for Language Teaching) at the Nagoya International Center, Aichi, JAPAN.
  18. Iida, A. (2014, December 15). Meaningful literacy practice in a second language: Poetry writing in the Japanese EFL classroom. English Language Institute (ELI) Professional Development (PD) Seminar at Kanda University of International Studies, Chiba, JAPAN. (Invited Presentation)
  19. Iida, A. (2014, November 13-15). Exploring the professional pathways of early-career L2 writing specialists (with Tanita Saenkhum, Pisarn Bee Chamcharatsri, Soo Hyon Kim, Todd Ruecker and Christine Tardy). The 13th Symposium on Second Language Writing at Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, USA. (Invited Colloquium)
  20. Iida, A. (2013, September 7). Write like an engineer: Teaching writing in the Japanese EFL classroom. CUE ESP Symposium at the Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Kanazawa, JAPAN. (Invited Workshop)
  21. Iida, A. (2013, January 12). Writing for academic publication: Challenges for multilingual scholars. Kyoto Chapter of JALT (The Japan Association for Language Teaching) at Campus Plaza Kyoto, Kyoto, JAPAN.
  22. Iida, A. (2013, January 12). Writing for communicative purposes: Application of genre-based approaches to ESP courses. Kyoto Chapter of JALT (The Japan Association for Language Teaching) at Campus Plaza Kyoto, Kyoto, JAPAN. 
  23. Iida, A. (2012, October 21). Global issues of scholarly writing: Towards academic publication. Yokohama Chapter of JALT (The Association for Language Teaching) at Yokohama City University, Yokohama, JAPAN. (Featured Presentation)
  24. Iida, A. (2010, July 31). Expressing voice in English: Teaching haiku in Japanese high schools.   The 9th Seminar for English Education, at Kansai University of International Studies, Amagasaki, Hyogo, JAPAN. (Invited Presentation)
  25. Iida, A. (2010, July 25). Teaching L2 haiku for communicative purposes: Implications for teaching L2 writing in Japanese EFL college writing courses. Niigata Chapter of JALT (The Japan Association for Language Teaching) at EIR Mansion, Niigata, JAPAN. (Featured Presentation)
  26. Iida, A. (2010, May 30). Reconsidering haiku: The application of haiku in a Japanese EFL classroom. Ibaraki Chapter of JALT (The Japan Association for Language Teaching) at Ibaraki Christian College, Ibaraki, JAPAN. 
  27. Iida, A. (2010, May, 9). Developing identifiable voice: Implications for teaching haiku in L2 contexts. Omiya Chapter of JALT (The Japan Association for Language Teaching) at Sakuragi Community Center, Saitama, JAPAN. 
  28. Iida, A. (2010, April, 13). How to get published in academic journals (with Ibrahim Ashour, Pisarn Bee Chamcharatsri, Eric Meljac, and Hayet Messekher). Phi Kappa Phi, at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA. (Featured Panel Presentation)
  29. Iida, A. (2010, April, 9). Gender and Sexuality in the Local Community (with James Dixon Mark Wolfe, Sue Gatti, and Joan Sabatino). The 1st Annual Symposium on Gender and Sexuality, at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA.      (Distinguished Panel Presentation)

Paper/Poster Presentations:

  1. Iida, A. (2020, January 30-February 1). Japanese University Students’ Perceptions on Second Language Poetry Writing. The 40th Thai TESOL and PAC International Conference 2020. Bangkok, Thailand.
  2. Iida, A. (2019, November 14-16). Second Language literacy development through poetry writing: An intervention study. Symposium on Second Language Writing at Arizona State University, AZ, USA.
  3. Iida, A. (2019, August 29-31). Expressing Love in Second Language Poetry Writing: A Case of Japanese EFL Writers. Literature in Language Leaning and Teaching Conference 2019 at University of Erfurt, Germany.
  4. Iida, A. (2019, June 26-29). A Poetic Inquiry into a Pre-Service EFL Teacher’s Experience in Teaching Practicum: Implications for Teacher Education Programs. Asia TEFL 2019 Conference, Bangkok, Thailand.  
  5. Iida, A. (2019, March 9-12). Characterizing Second Language Poetry Writing: A Comparative Analysis of Poetic Texts Produced by ESL and EFL Learners. The American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL) 2019 Conference, Atlanta, GA, USA.
  6. Iida, A. (2019, February 16-17). Second Language Writers’ Perceptions and Attitudes toward composing haiku poetry in English. The 15th CamTESOL International Conference at the Institute of Technology of Cambodia, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
  7. Iida, A. (2019, February 15). Exploring second language learning experiences through poetry writing: Toward learner and teacher development. CamTESOL-UECA ELT Regional Research Symposium at the Institute of Technology of Cambodia, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
  8. Iida, A. (2019, January 18-19). Exploring Key Aspects of Second Language Poetry Writing. The 39th Thailand TESOL International Conference at Ambassador Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand.
  9. Iida, A. (2018, November 25-27). Characterizing English-Language Haiku: Corpus-Drive Analyses of Second Language Poetry Writing.Applied Linguistics Association of Australia (ALAA) 2018 Conference at the University of Wollongong, Australia.
  10. Iida, A. (2018, August 2-4). Second Language Writers’ Construction of Emotional Voice in Poetry Writing. The 17th Symposium on Second Language Writing at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada.
  11. Nagamine, T., Fujieda, Y., & Iida, A. (2018, March 17). 実践知の言語化に関する一考察:リフレクション活動へのアプローチを探る [An Inquiry into the Verbalization Process of Practical Knowledge: Exploring Alternative Approaches to Reflection Activities]. JACET Language Teacher Cognition Seminar at Kumamoto University, Kumamoto, JAPAN.
  12. Iida, A. (2018, March 3). 俳句を用いてのアイデンティティ研究 –第二言語ライティング研究の視点から– [Poetic Identity in Second Language Writing]. The 31st Research Forum on Qualitative Research in Foreign Language Education at Aoyama Gakuin University, JAPAN.
  13. Iida, A. (2018, Feb 19). Exploring Second Language Writers’ Perceptions on Composing Haiku in English. The 9th Liberlit Conference at Seikei University, Tokyo, JAPAN.
  14. Iida, A. (2017, November 27-29). Exploring textual and literary features of haiku poetry produced by second language writers. The 2017 ALANZ/ALAA/ALTAANZ Conference at Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, NZ.
  15. Sciamarelli, M., Iida, A., Pattison, S.,  & Sevigny, P. (2017, November 18-20). Literature for all: Creativity, poetry, stylistics, and culture. The 43rd JALT Annual International Conference at the Tsukuba Convention Center, Ibaraki, JAPAN.
  16. Iida, A. (2017, November 18-20). What is “good” poetry? Perceptions of L2 writers. The 43rd JALT Annual International Conference at the Tsukuba Convention Center, Ibaraki, JAPAN.
  17. Iida, A. (2017, August 29-31). Exploring the Patterns of Voice Construction in Second Language Poetry Writing. The 56th JACET International Conference at Aoyama Gakuin University, Tokyo, JAPAN.
  18. Iida, A. (2017, June 30-July 2). Assessing second language poetry writing: Issues and challenges of designing rubrics. The 16th Symposium on Second Language Writing at Chulalongkorn University, AZ, USA.
  19. McIlroy, T., Iida, A., Aoki, Q., & McNabb, G. (2017, May 20-21). Expanding your interests with the LiLT SIG (LiLT SIG Forum). JALT Pan-SIG 2017 Conference at the Akita International University, Akita, JAPAN.
  20. Iida, A. (2017, May 20-21). Exploring the teaching practicum experience through L2 poetry writing.  JALT Pan-SIG 2017 Conference at the Akita International University, Akita, JAPAN.
  21. Iida, A. (2017, Feb 20). Characterizing L2 haiku writing: Evidence from three groups of Japanese L2 learners. The 8th Liberlit Conference at Tokyo Women’s Christian University, Tokyo, JAPAN.
  22. Keith, B., & Iida, A. (2017, Feb 18). Challenges and successes in a coordinated English curriculum in the School of Science and Technology. The 6th Japan Association for International Liberal Arts (JAILA) Conference at Doshisha University, Kyoto, JAPAN.
  23. Iida, A. (2017, Feb 18). Expressing voice in second language writing: Implications to English as Liberal Arts in Japan. The 6th Japan Association for International Liberal Arts (JAILA) Conference at Doshisha University, Kyoto, JAPAN.
  24. Iida, A. (2016, Nov 25-28). Poetry reading and Japanese EFL learners. The 42nd JALT Annual International Conference at the Aichi Industry & Labor Center (WINC Aichi), Aichi, JAPAN.
  25. Iida, A. (2016, October 20-22). Exploring second language poetry writing: A comparative analysis of poetic texts produced by ESL and EFL writers. The 15th Symposium on Second Language Writing at Arizona State University, AZ, USA.
  26. Iida, A., Fujieda, Y., & Nagamine, T. (2016, September 8-10). Exploring pre-service teachers’ practical knowledge to promote innovative and creative pedagogical approaches. The 63rd TEFLIN International Conference at the University of PGRI Adi Buana, Surabaya, INDONESIA.
  27. Sasajima, S., Chiba, K., Nagamine, T., & Iida, A. (2016, September 1-3). How to do teacher research in the preservice English teacher education. The 55th JACET International Conference at the Hokusei Gakuen University, Hokkaido, JAPAN.
  28. Iida, A. (2016, July 6-9). Characterizing second language poetry: A quantitative study of textual and literary features of English haiku written by Japanese engineering students. The 15th Biennial International Society for the Empirical Study of Literature (IGEL) Conference, Chicago, IL, USA.
  29. Iida, A. (2016, March 13). Reconsidering engineering English: Teaching second language poetry writing as liberal arts. The 5th Japan Association for International Liberal Arts (JAILA) Conference at Tokyo University of Science, Tokyo, JAPAN.
  30. Iida, A. (2016, February 22). Redefining haiku: Exploring textual and linguistic features of second language haiku writing. The 7th Liberlit Conference at Tokyo Women’s Christian University, Tokyo, JAPAN.
  31. Iida, A. (2015, Nov 19-21). Expressing trauma in a second language: A poetic-narrative autoethnography on a multilingual writer’s experience of the 3.11 Great East Japan Earthquake. The 14th Symposium on Second Language Writing at Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, NZ.
  32. Iida, A. (2015, September 14-16). Teaching and assessing second language poetry writing in Asian EFL contexts. The 62nd TEFLIN International Conference, Bali, INDONESIA.
  33. Iida, A. (2015, August 29-31). Learner and teacher development in EFL education: Collaboration, reflection and autonomy (with Prof. Hideo Kojima and Chika Hayashi). The 54th JACET International Conference at the Kagoshima University, Kagoshima, JAPAN.
  34. Iida, A. (2015, July 25). Second language poetry writing as reflective practice in the teacher-training program. JACET Language Teacher Cognition (LTC) Seminar, at Waseda University, Tokyo, JAPAN.
  35. Iida, A. (2015, May 30). Literacy autobiography as research: Theoretical and methodological issues. Workshop on Qualitative Research in English Language Teaching at Toyo Eiwa University, Tokyo, JAPAN.
  36. Iida, A. (2015, March 21-24). Expressing traumatic life experiences in second language poetry: Voices from earthquake survivors. The American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL)- Canadian Association for Applied Linguistics (ACLA/CAAL) 2015 Conference, Toronto, ON, CANADA.
  37. Iida, A. (2015, February, 16). Poetry writing for healing: Implications for the second language composition classroom. The 6th Liberlit Conference at Meiji Gakuin University, Tokyo, JAPAN.
  38. Iida, A. (2014, November 21-24). Literature across borders (with Anna Twitchell, Li-Hsin Tu, Morten Hunke, Tara McIlroy, Neil, Addison and Neil Conway). The 40th JALT Annual International Conference at the Tsukuba Convention Center, Ibaraki, JAPAN.
  39. Iida, A. (2014, November 21-24). Poetry writing as meaningful literacy practice. The 40th JALT Annual International Conference at the Tsukuba Convention Center, Ibaraki, JAPAN.
  40. Iida, A. (2014, October 3-5). Literacy autobiography for teacher professional development (with Yutaka Fujieda). The 2014 KOTESOL/KAFLE International Conference, at the COEX, Seoul, South Korea.
  41. Iida, A. (2014, August 28-30). Poetry as autobiographical writing: Japanese EFL learners ability to express English learning experiences. The 53rd JACET International Conference at the University of Hiroshima, Hiroshima, JAPAN.
  42. Iida, A. (2014, July 16-20). Expressing earthquake experiences in poetic forms: A study of second language learners ability to communicate deeply traumatic events. The 34th Annual Conference of the International Poetics and Linguistics Association (PALA) at the University of Maribor, Slovenia.
  43. Iida, A. (2014, May 24). Effects of ER on L2 reading proficiency: Evidence from student test scores in a coordinated program (with Barry Keith). The 6th N.E.A.R. Language Education Conference, Niigata, JAPAN.
  44. Iida, A. (2014, February 22-23). Poetry reading in a foreign language: Developing the sense of voice in the EFL classroom. The 10th CamTESOL International Conference at the Institute of Technology Cambodia, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
  45. Iida, A. (2014, February, 10). Humanizing EFL pedagogy: Expressing voice through haiku composition in a foreign language. The 5th Liberlit Conference at Meiji Gakuin University, Tokyo, JAPAN.
  46. Iida, A. (2014, February 1). Blogging in a second language: Learning beyond the classroom. The 2014 Paperless Conference: Innovation and technology in education at the Kanda University of International Studies, Chiba, JAPAN.
  47. Iida, A. (2013, October 25-27). Autobiography as Literacy Practice: Ramifications of Teaching  Autobiography to EFL Composition Classroom (with Yutaka Fujieda). The 39th JALT Annual International Conference at the Kobe Convention Center, Kobe, JAPAN.
  48. Iida, A. (2013, August 30- September 1). TEFL/TESL Practitioners Writing for Academic Publication in Japan: Two Case Studies (with Theron Muller). The 52nd JACET  International Conference at the University of Kyoto, Kyoto, JAPAN.
  49. Iida, A. (2013, May 22-24). Expressing earthquake experience: L2 learners ability to communicate traumatic events in poetry. Scientific Advances in Creative Writing and Literary Reading Workshop at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA.
  50. Iida, A. (2013, April 14). Writing haiku as a reflection: Beyond extensive reading. Gunma/Omiya JALT at Maebashi Kokusai Gakuen College, Gunma, JAPAN.
  51. Iida, A. (2013, March 15-16). Writing poetry for FL literacy development. The 3rd Foreign Language Learning and Teaching (FLLT) International Conference at the Ambassador Hotel, Bangkok, THAILAND.
  52. Iida, A. (2013, February 15). Poetry writing in a foreign language: Perceptions of Japanese EFL students. The 4th Liberlit Conference at Meiji Gakuin University, Tokyo, JAPAN.
  53. Iida, A (2012, December 2). Reading literature for L2 literacy development: Theory into practice. The 2012 Tohoku ETJ Expos at Tohoku Bunka Gakuen University, Sendai, JAPAN.
  54. Iida, A. (2012, May 11-12). Learn to write in a second language: Issues and challenges of teaching   writing in Japanese EFL contexts. Ibaraki Chapter of JALT at the National Center for Teachers’ Development, Tsukuba, JAPAN.
  55. Iida, A. (2012, March 24-27). Cross-genre literacy development in a second language: Evidence from poetry writing and academic literacy.The American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL) 2012 Conference, Boston, MA.
  56. Iida, A. (2012, January 29). Teaching writing in an EFL context: Where to start?” Gunma Chapter of JALT at Maebashi Kokusai Gakuen College, Gunma, JAPAN.
  57. Iida, A. (2011, November 19-21). Identity, dynamics and life-changing moments: Exploring earthquake-related experiences through poetry writing. JALT International  Conference, Tokyo, JAPAN.
  58. Iida, A. (2011, June 9-11). Scholarly Publication for NNES Graduate Students: Challenges and Issues. Symposium on Second Language Writing at Howard International House, Taipei, Taiwan.
  59. Iida, A. (2010, October 30). Using haiku in ESL contexts: Developing a sense of voice in a second language. Three Rivers TESOL, at Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Clarion, PA.
  60. Iida, A. (2010, August 22-23). The use of haiku in Japanese classrooms: Theory to practice. The 22nd Gunma JALT Summer Workshop, at Kusatsu Seminar House, Gunma, JAPAN.
  61. Iida, A. (2010, March 24-27). Analysis of learner autonomy in Japanese books for English study. The 44thAnnual TESOL Convention and Exhibit, Boston, MA.
  62. Iida, A. (2010, March 6-9). Collaborative learning via weblogs: Developing learner autonomy through blogging in a JFL context. The American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL) 2010 Conference, Atlanta, GA. (Poster Session)
  63. Iida, A. (2010, February 27-28). L2 writing and voice construction: A case study of ESL Japanese writers’ voice construction in academic writing. The 1st Academic Literacies Symposium at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA.
  64. Iida, A. (2009, September. 25). Teacher autonomy and professional teacher development: Autonomy as ‘independence’ or ‘interdependence’? The 1st Annual Teacher Scholar Symposium at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA.
  65. Iida, A. (2009, March 25-28). Haiku poetry as expressive writing. The 9th Graduate Student Forum at the 43rd Annual TESOL Convention and Exhibit, Denver, CO.
  66. Iida, A. (2009, March 19-20). Language teaching via weblogs: Exploring new possibilities of Japanese teaching as a second or foreign language. The 24th SEATJ (Southeastern Association of Teachers of Japanese) Conference at Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC.
  67. Iida, A. (2007, September 30). How my TESOL knowledge affects my Japanese teaching in the United States. Three Rivers TESOL Conference at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA.
  68. Iida, A. (2006, March 14-18). Learner strategies for learner autonomy. The 6th Graduate Student Forum at the 40th Annual TESOL Convention and Exhibit, Tampa, FL. 

Guest Lectures:

  1. Iida, A. (2010, July 19). Why research? Being a teacher-researcher. Department of Literature, English Seminar (2) at Aoyama Gakuin University, Tokyo, JAPAN.
  2. Iida, A. (2010, April 15). Scholarly writing: Term papers to publication. Department of English, ENGL 202: Research Writing at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
  3. Iida, A. (2010, February 18). Reading and writing haiku workshop. Department of English, ENGL 121: Literature and Humanism, Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
  4. Iida, A. (2009, November 20). Writing for publication. Department of English, ENGL 202: Research Writing at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
  5. Iida, A. (2009, November 13). How to make an academic presentation using a research paper. Department of English, ENGL 202: Research Writing at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
  6. Iida, A. (2009, October 23). The world of haiku: How haiku can be interpreted. Department of English, ENGL 121: Literature and Humanism, Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
  7. Iida, A. (2008, June 23). Japanese culture and education. Department of Counseling, COUN 618: Multicultural and Diversity Issues, Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
  8. Iida, A. (2007, July 17). Education systems and issues in Japan. Department of Foundations of Education, FDED 581: International Issues in European Education, Indiana University of Pennsylvania.