專案講師 Project Instructor
美國猶他大學碩士 MA, University of Utah
Kevin Kau is currently a Project Instructor at the Academic Writing Education Center at National Taiwan University. He received his M.A. in Applied Linguistics from the University of Utah, where he also worked as an associate instructor in the ESL program. In 2014 he was asked to help set up an international branch campus for the University of Utah in Korea. In the four years that Kevin worked at the University of Utah Asia Campus in South Korea, his main duties were in teaching the Global Citizenship and writing classes. Kevin’s main research interests are in teaching and learning pedagogy, and multi lingual writing.
Learning a language is hard. Learning how to use a language that is not your first in an academic setting is even more difficult. Sharing ideas and research, and connecting with people from different cultures and backgrounds, can be terrifying. However, by being able to do all of these, the world suddenly becomes exponentially larger and filled with so much possibility and opportunity. The journey can be difficult and frightening, or it could be challenging and fulfilling; but in the end the rewards will last a lifetime. Will your voice be heard by the world? Or will your thoughts and ideas be limited to those around you?