257 Buttrick Hall
Senior Lecturer in Japanese
Japanese Language Program Coordinator
Dr. Shimizu holds a Ph.D.in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis on Japanese language pedagogy from the University of Denver. She has long experience teaching all levels of Japanese language and a range of other courses in Japanese culture, including kanji in Japanese orthography, Business Japanese, second language teaching methods and pedagogy, language & Japanese society, and Contemporary Japan. Her research interests are on attitudes toward teaching and learning vocabulary and kanji, second language acquisition, and social networking approach in Japanese and foreign language education.
Shimizu, H. (2017). Social Networking Approach and Japanese language education research conference report for Japan Society for the Promotion of Science.
Shimizu, H. (2015) My experience after the World War ll. Tokyo: Sannox
Shimizu, H. (2013) Assessment of Learner Autonomy Through a Cyberspace Project. In:Kondo-Brown, K., Brown, J. D. & Tominaga, W. (Eds.).(2013). Practical assessment tools
for college Japanese. Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i, National Foreign Language Resource
Shimizu, H. (2010). Practical Kanji pedagogy for Japanese language teachers. Hamakawa, Y.
(Eds.) Ch.2. Kanji education for children studying abroad. (pp.12-29) Kuroshio
Mori, Y., & Shimizu, H. (2007). Japanese Language Students' Attitudes toward Kanji and their
Perceptions on Kanji Learning Strategies. Foreign Language Annals. Vol. 40, No.3 Fall
Mori, Y., & Shimizu, H. (2007). Japanese Language Students' Attitudes toward Kanji
and their Perceptions on Kanji Learning Strategies. Foreign Language Annals. Vol.
40, No.3 Fall 2007; 472-490
Mori, Y., Sato, K., & Shimizu, H. (2007). Japanese language Students’ perceptions
on kanji learning and their relationship to novel kanji word learning
ability. ]Language Learning. 57:1. March 2007; pp57-85
Shimizu, H. and Green, K. (2002). Japanese Language Educators’ Strategies for and Attitudes Toward Teaching Kanji. Modern Language Journal. Vol. 86 Summer