Heather McCulloch

Gunma University

I’ve been calling Japan home for almost 20 years. My favorite foods include tomatoes and cheese. I don’t have a pet but I’d really like to have a cat named Pookey.


Working With Introverts in the Education Community

College & University Education
Sun, Nov 22, 10:45-11:45 JST

Heather McCulloch will draw on her own experience and research to examine what introversion is and what it is not. Her analyses of what goes on inside the introverted brain will help participants understand why introverts are so overwhelmed in social situations. She will discuss teacher attitudes that could help or hinder introvert performance within the classroom. She will offer participants ways to help introverts and extroverts work together to create a balanced community.

Panel Discussion and Closing Ceremony

Non-teaching Context
Mon, Nov 23, 14:00-15:00 JST

The end of the show, and we will welcome some of our plenary, featured, and invited guest speakers to offer some final words and reflections on the conference. Audience participants will be encouraged to ask questions and offer insights of their own. After the panel discussion we will here about what is to come for JALT2021!