WHO THEY ARE
Masatoshi Sato is a Professor in the Department of English at Universidad Andrés Bello, Chile. He is also an Affiliated Professor at Michigan State University (USA), Curtin University (Australia), and Anaheim University (USA). He has taught English and Japanese in Japan, US, Chile, and Canada. He currently teaches pre-service and in-service English teachers in Chile.
His research agenda is to conduct theoretical and practical research in order to provide practitioners with evidence-based pedagogy. In particular, he has conducted research focusing on peer interaction, corrective feedback, learner psychology, teacher psychology, and research-pedagogy link. In addition to his publications in international journals, he has recently co-edited three books for prestigious publishers. He is the recipient of the 2014 ACTFL/MLJ Paul Pimsleur Award. He is currently the Editor of Language Awareness.
(Universidad Andrés Bello)
Why don’t they engage with communicative activities?! Psychological and social approaches