Keiko Kuriyama is currently Associate Clinical Professor and Director of the Japanese Studies program at Indiana University Purdue University-Indianapolis (IUPUI). She has presented and published widely on Japanese pedagogy and received several teaching awards including the National Council of Japanese Language Teachers Award, the Indiana Japanese Teacher of the Year Award and the Indiana Foreign Language Teacher of the Year Award. She served as the president of the Association of Indiana Teachers of Japanese from 2013 to 2015. She received her Ph.D. in Linguistics at the State University of New York, Buffalo.
J131 1st Year 1st Semester Japanese J132 1st Year 2nd Semester Japanese E231 Japan: Living Tradition E351 Studies in East Asian Culture J401 4th Year 1at Semester Japanese J401 4th Year 2nd Semester Japanese J498 Individual Studies in Japanese
Indiana Foreign Language Teachers Association Teacher of the Year Award (Indiana State Representative) 2014Indiana Foreign Language Teachers Association Collegiate Teacher of the Year Award 2012
Indiana University Trustees Teaching Award 2012
Association of Indiana Teachers of Japanese Teacher of the Year 2011
The National Council of Japanese Language Teachers Teacher Award 2011
Cheng & Tsui Professional Development Award 2010
Indiana University Trustees Teaching Award 2010
Jeon, M.,& Kuriyama, K (forthcoming). Level 2 of Nihongo Pera Pera: Journey for Linguistics and Cultural Fluency, DEC Publishing. Jeon, M.,& Kuriyama, K (2016). Level 1 of Nihongo Pera Pera: Journey for Linguistics and Cultural Fluency, DEC Publishing. Kuriyama, K.,& Schwartz, A (2015). Teaching Language and Culture and Literature Together to Enhance Trans-Cultural Competence and L2 Proficiency. Notandum, N.39, 21-30. Kuriyama, K (2014). True and False Beginner Japanese Language Students in the First Semester Classroom: Comparing Anxiety, Performance, and Retention. Journal Canadian Association of Japanese Language and Education(CAJLE) Vol. 15, 41-61. Kuriyama, K (2013).日本語で学ぶ広島の歴史：LACコースの試み,“Learning Japanese through Japanese History: A LAC Course on Hiroshima”. Ed., Matsumoto, K, Tomizawa, S & Zheng, G. Proceedings of the 23rd Central Association of Teachers of Japanese Conference.109-119. Kuriyama, K (2011).実践可能なCBIモデルとは？初級CBIの課題を踏まえて, “Challenges of Using CBI in Lower-Level FL Classes: Toward a Practical Model of CBI for Beginning-Level Students”.Proceedings of the 18th Princeton Japanese Pedagogy Forum.106-116.
Japanese Linguistics, Japanese Language Pedagogy, Applied Linguistics