profile.jpg Yoshiko Goda, Ph. D.



2004 Florida Institute of Technology (, Melbourne, FL.
Ph.D. in Science Education- Computer Education.
1998 Florida Institute of Technology (, Melbourne, FL.
Master's in Science - Computer Education.
1996 Tokyo Gakugei University (, Tokyo, Japan.
Master's in Education - English Education.
1994 Ostuma Women's University (, Tokyo, Japan.
Bachelor of Art in English Literature.


2009 present Otemae University (Hyogo, Japan)
Associate Professor, Faculty of Social and Management Studies
Researcher, CELL Institute of Educational Development
2008 present Digital Educational Support, Inc., Ltd. (Hyogo, Japan)
Chief Manager for e-Learning Implementation and Support Group
2008 present Otemae University (Hyogo, Japan)
Staff, e-Learning Center
2008 present Aoyama Gakuin University (Tokyo,Japan).
Part-time Instructor: Teaching "Academic English Seminar (Social Information Department, Graduate School)," "English Presentation Seminar (Social Information Department, Graduate School.)," "Basic Instructional Design (Education Dep.)," and "IT fundamental for English System (Education Dep.).
2006 - 2007 Aoyama Gakuin University (Tokyo,Japan).
Part-time Instructor: Teaching "Basic Instructional Design (Education department, Business dep.)," "Culture and Language of English speaking society (Economics dep.)," and "Reading Comprehension II (Economics dep.)"
2005 - 2007 Aoyama Gakuin University (Tokyo,Japan). Visiting Fellow: Sub-manager of Research Center for e-Learning Professional Competency. In charge of international cooperation for cyber community. Research membership:e-Learning program evaluation, and e-Learning contents design and development.
2004 - 2005 Marine Resources Council of East FL, Inc. Technology and Education coordinator. In charge of public education and informational technology.
Website-updating as a webmaster, public education coordination, and educational software development. (
2004 - 2005 Florida Institute of Technology (, Science and Mathematics Education Department. Adjunct faculty. Teach a graduate level course "Introduction to Computer Education."
EDS 5226 - Intro Computers in Ed, Credits: 3.00
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS IN EDUCATION. An introductory review of various uses for microcomputers in schools. Topics include a review of current hardware available, computer application software, use of the World Wide Web, computer assisted instruction software, networking and legal/ethical issues.
College: College of Sci. & Liberal Arts
Department: Science/Mathematics Education
Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
2003 - 2003 Shu-Te University (, Applied Foreign Languages Department, Taiwan. Part-time Instructor. Instructional multimedia application, research methods II.
2000 - 2002 Shu-Te University (, Applied Foreign Languages Department, Taiwan. Full-time Instructor. Teach basic and advanced Japanese, Japanese conversation, advanced Japanese reading, business Japanese, business English, advanced English reading, office computing, research methods I, and educational technology.
2001 - 2002 National Kaoh-Suing University of Applied Sciences (, Applied Foreign Languages Department, Taiwan. Part-time Instructor.
Basic Japanese and Advanced Japanese.
2000 - 2001 Shu-Te University (, International Cooperation Division, Taiwan. Coordinator.
1996 - 1997 Tsukuba University Junior High School and Senior High School at Otsuka (, Japan. English Teacher. Taught English to all 8th through 11th grade students. Coached tennis and drama clubs. Committee of Library.
1994 - 1995 Kunimoto Girls' Senior High School, Tokyo, Japan. Part-time English Teacher. Taught English grammar and oral communication to all 11th grade students.


2006 present e-Learning Consortium, e-Learning Professional Section
2005 - 2007 Japan Society for Educational Technology
2003 - 2005 Project Director in Orlando and Melbourne areas of Mid-Florida Chapter Fulbright Association (
2003 present: Society of Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE), Association for Advancement of Computing in Education
1994 present: Kanto-koshin-etsu Association of Teachers of English (KATE): 2005-present Board member
1994 present: Tokyo Gakugei University Graduate LEO
2000 - 2002 Republic of China Multimedia English Learning and Instruction Association (ROCMELIA)


2001 Taiwan national unified entrance exam committee for two-year & four-year colleges
1997 Fulbright Graduate Grant (June, 1997 - December, 1998)

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