329 Hagerty Hall
1775 College Road
Areas of Expertise
- East Asian language pedagogy
- M.A., Ph.D. Cornell University (Linguistics)
A specialist in East Asian language pedagogy, Mari Noda is primarily interested in curriculum, material development, and assessment. She directs and teaches in SPEAC (Summer Programs East Asian Concentration), which offers training in teaching of Japanese and Chinese and intensive Japanese and Chinese languages. Her recent publications include A Performance-based Pedagogy for Communicating in Cultures (co-author, Matthew B. Christensen, National East Asian Language Resource Center at The Ohio State University, 2002), Acts of Reading (co-author, Hiroshi Nara, University of Hawaii Press, 2003), Interactive DVD Program Japanese: The Spoken Language Parts 2/3 (co-author, Masayuki Itomitsu, Yale University Press, 2008) and CD-ROM Program for Japanese: The Spoken Language Part 1 (Yale University Press, 1998). She serves as the faculty advisor and coach for the OSU Aikido Club and advisor for the Nihongo Osyaberi-kai.