Nicholas James Cooper

Specially Appointed Lecturer

  • Education and Research Center for Multicultural and Multilingual Communities, ERCMMC
E-mail n-cooper@suac.ac.jp
Research Keywords:
Translation, Pedagogy, Self-Efficacy
Degrees M.A. TESOL, Griffith University (2014)
B.A Language and Applied Linguistics, Griffith University (2011)
Selected Professional Experience Assistant Professor and Language Centre Coordinator, Kyungnam University (2015-2019)
Research Fields TESOL, Language, Linguistics
Major Publication
  • Nihon no team-teaching ni okeru honyaku ni kansuru kousatsu [Opinions about Translation in Japanese Team-Teaching Classrooms]. Shizuoka University of Art and Culture Bulletin. 20. pp.10-21. 2020.
Academic Organization Korea Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages(KOTESOL)


My personal and academic experience has led me to specialise in English-Japanese educational pedagogy. I have focussed on the Japanese English education system to try and isolate issues so that they can examined and evaluated. Recently, I have become more interested in psychology and the many effects it has on the education system, both from teacher and student perspectives.