MA in Second Language Studies, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Research Interests: Language for specific purposes; English for academic, medical, and vocational purposes; program development and evaluation, cross-cultural communication, pragmatics, adult immigrant literacies, low-educated second language and literacy acquisition, mobile-assisted language learning
Selected Conference Presentations:
Ho, K. (2017). Developing Multilingual Proficiency through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) and the Individualized Career Achievement Network (iCAN);
Community Connections Panel – Current Efforts in Public and Private Sectors to Support and Develop Multilingual Proficiency – Across the Lifespan, 3rd Roadmap Symposium on Building a Multilingual Workforce for Hawai‘i, Hawai‘i, United States.
Vidal, M., Ho, K. & Hasegawa, M. (2017). Contrasting Categories of Culture in the Revitalization of ‘Ōlelo Hawaiʻi: A Discourse Analysis, the American Association for Applied Linguistics Conference (AAAL), Oregon, United States
Ho, K. (2017). Assessment for ELLs and ABE students in the Individualized Career Achievement Network (iCAN) program, Academic Panel for Adult Education Interest Section, TESOL International Convention and English Language Expo, Washington, United States
Burke, K., Foster, A., Ho, K., Purdy, M., & Watanabe, J. (2016). Hawai‘i Pacific Evaluation Association 2016 Conference Evaluation Report September 9th and 10th 2016. 1-57. https://h-pea.org/resources/Pictures/H-PEA 2016 Conference Evaluation_final.pdf
Ho, K. (2016). E-learning 2015 World Conference on E-Learning. Proceedings: Immigrant language use and projected self in social media.
Pathakorn, P. & Ho, K. Review of Teaching and assessing EIL in local contexts around the world by McKay, S. and Brown, J.D. in International Journal of Language Studies, (2016).