Dr Hayo Reinders

Professor
Postgraduate
Location: Building 115, Room 2023

Profile

Professor Hayo Reinders is Head of Education at Unitec. Hayo's interests are in educational technology, learner autonomy and out-of-class learning. His most recent books are on teaching methodologies, digital games and computer-assisted learning. He edits the journal 'Innovation in Language Learning and Teaching' (Taylor & Francis) and a book series on 'New 'Learning and Teaching Environments' (Palgrave Macmillan). Hayo loves gardening and goats. 

You can find out more about Hayo's research and professional interests on his site: www.innovationinteaching.org

Editorial board memberships

Editor-in-chief of Innovation in Language Learning and Teaching, published by Taylor & Francis.
Associate Editor of the International Journal of Computer-Assisted Language Learning and Teaching (IJCALLT - http://www.igi-global.com/ijcallt).
Chair of the Ethics Committee at Anaheim University
Editorial board member of the Eurasian Journal of Applied Linguistics
Convenor, AILA Research Network (http://www.callandthelearner.info) for Technology and the Language Learner, with Glenn Stockwell
Editorial board member of Language Learning & Technology (http://llt.msu.edu) (2011-2014)
Editorial board member for the Journal of Virtual and Personal Learning Environments. See http://www.igi-global.com/journals/details.asp?id=33046.
Editorial board member for English Language Teaching World Online (http://blog.nus.edu.sg/eltwo/)
Advisory board member for Studies in Self-Access Learning (http://sisaljournal.org/)
Editorial board member for the International Journal of Research in ELT
Editorial board member for JALTCALL Journal
Editorial board member for the journal of Second Language Studies, Iran
Editorial board member for rEFLections Journal, Thailand
Advisory board member for PASAA Journal, Chulalongkorn University, CULI, Bangkok, Thailand
Executive committee member of the Pacific Computer-Assisted Language Learning Association (http://www.pacall.org) New Zealand Chapter President
Associate Researcher on the Web 2.0 European Language Portfolio project at the European Centre for Modern Languages
Member of the Routledge Experts Panel for Education Arena
Member of IMS global learning consortium
Member-at-large of the JALT Learner Development SIG
Member of a number of professional organisations in the areas of applied linguistics and language teaching (including Stets, SAAL, BAAL, Alanz, JALT, AULC, Cercles)
Member of FOSSFA (the Free Software and Open Source Foundation for Africa)
Member of Teachers without Borders
Member of the International Virtual Environments Research Group
Co-founder of the Independent Learning Association

Publications

Chotipaktanasook, N., & Reinders, H. (2016). Willingness to Communicate in Social Media: An Investigation of the Long-term Effects. Asian EFL Journal (Vol. 18(4)).

Intraboonsom, C., Darasawang, P., & Reinders, H. (2016). A Study on Teacher Autonomy. The 7th International Conference of the Independent Learning Association, Wuhan, China.

Reinders, H., & Pegrum, M. (2016). Supporting Language Learning on the Move. An evaluative framework for mobile language learning resources. B. Tomlinson, London.

Vongsila, V., & Reinders, H. (2016). Making Asian Learners Talk: Encouraging Willingness to Communicate. RELC Journal (Vol. 43(3)).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3553

Reinder, H., & White, C. (2016). 20 YEARS OF AUTONOMY AND TECHNOLOGY: HOW FAR HAVE WE COME AND WHERE TO NEXT? Language Learning & Technology (Vol. 20(2)).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3552

Reinders, H., and Pegrum, M. (2015). Supporting Language Learning on the Move. An evaluative framework for mobile language learning resources. Tomlinson, B. London, England.
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/2991

Reinders, H., & Thomas, M. (2015). Task-Based Language Learning and Teaching in Asia: Challenges, Opportunities and Future Directions. United Kingdom, Bloomsbury (Vol. 1st).

Reinders, H., & Wattana, S. (2015). The effects of digital game play on second language interaction. International Journal of Computer-Assisted Language Learning and Teaching (Vol. 5(1)).

Lewis, M., and Reinders, H. (2015). New ways in teaching adults. Virginia, United States of America, TESOL Press (Vol. 1st).

Cheep-Aranai, R., Reinders, H., & Wassanasomsithi, P. (2015). Implementing play-based language learning with children: From potential to practice. Darasawang, P. & Reinders, H. Basingstoke, United Kingdom.

Reinders, H., and Wattana, S. (2015). Affect and willingnes to communicate in digital game-based learning. ReCALL (Vol. 27(1)).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3438

Viriya, C., and Reinders, H. (2015). Taking the classroom to the streets? Creating an augmented reality campus tour. In M. Lewis, & H. Reinders (Eds.). New ways in teaching adults. Alexandria, VA: TESOL.

Watson Todd, R., Darasawang, P., and Reinders, H. (2015). Innovation in Language Teaching: Lessons Learned. In: Darasawang, P. & Reinders, H. (Eds.) Innovation in Language Teaching. The Case of Thailand. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Alroe, M., and Reinders, H. (2015). The role of translation in vocabulary acquisition: a replication study. The Eurasian Journal of Applied Linguistics (Vol. 1(1)).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3203

Darasawang, P., and Reinders, H. (2015). Innovation in practice: Lessons from Thailand. Basingstoke, United Kingdom, Palgrave Macmillan (Vol. 1st).

Cheep-Aranai, R., and Reinders, H. (2015). The Facebook novel. Digital storytelling for oral communication. In M. Lewis, & H. Reinders (Eds.), New ways in teaching adults. Alexandria: TESOL.

Darasawang, P., Reinders, H., and Waters, A. (2015). Innovation in Thailand. In: Darasawang, P., & Reinders, H. (Eds). Innovation in practice: lessons from Thailand. XX, XX.

Reinders, H. (2015). Personal Learning Environments for Supporting Out-of-Class Language Learning. English Teaching Forum (Vol. 52(4)).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3204

Reinders, Hayo (2014). Innovation in Language Teaching: What does it look like in practice? Video presentation for Cambridge University Press/Discovery. Cambridge University Press/Discovery.

Reinders, H., and Cho, M. Y. (2014). Public pedagogy through mobile learning: Autonomy and acquisition. Symposium at the AILA World Congress, August 10-15, 2014.

Reinders, H. (2014). Controversies in ELT. Invited public lecture at Showa Women's University, Tokyo. August 2, 2014. .

Reinders, H. (2014). Engaging language learners through video.Video presentation for Cambridge University Press/Discovery. Cambridge University Press/Discovery.

Reinders, H. (2014). Understanding and encouraging willingness to communicate in the language classroom. Video presentation. Cambridge University Press/Discovery.

Reinders, H., and Thomas, M. (2014). (Eds.) Task-based teaching in Asia (1st ed.). London: Bloomsbury.

Reinders, H. (2014). Researching out-of-classroom learning. Invited guest speaker at the Current Trends in Applied Linguistic Research conference, October 3, 2014, Thailand. .

Reinders, H. (2014). Beyond the classroom: Exploring the social learning ecology. Symposium presentation at the AILA World Congress, August 10-15, 2014.

Reinders, H. (2014). Personal learning environments for supporting out-of-class language learning. English Teaching Forum (Vol. 52(4)).

Reinders, H., and Wattana, S. (2014). Can I say something? Tithe effects of digital game play on willingness to communicate. Language Learning & Technology (Vol. 18(2)).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/2962

Reinders, H. (2014). Touch and gesture-based language learning. Some possible avenues for research and classroom practice. Teaching English with Technology (Vol. 14(1)).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/2965

Lakarnchua, O., & Reinders, H. (2014). Implementing mobile language learning with an augmented reality activity. Modern English Teacher (Vol. 23/2).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/2963

Reinders, H., and Cho, M. (2014). Enhancing Informal Language Learning with Mobile Technology - Does It Work? XX, XX.

Reinders, H., and Lewis, M. (2014). Facilitating workshops. Basingstoke, United Kingdom, Palgrave Macmillan.

Reinders, H. (2014). Backchannelling in the language classroom. Improving student attention and retention with feedback technologies. The Journal of Language Teaching and Learning (Vol. 4(2)).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/2961

Reinders, H. (2014). Encouraging informal learning. Invited keynote at the 61st TEFLIN conference. 61st TEFLIN International Conference, Indonesia, Asia.

Reinders, H., Lakarnchua, O., & Pegrum, M. (2014). A trade-off in learning: Mobile augmented reality for language learning. Thomas, M. & Reinders, H. London, England (Vol. 1st).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/2960

Reinders, H. (2013). Language learning on the move: The potential of mobile technology. November 21-22, Bangkok, Thailand.

Reinders, H. (2013). Breaking the chains. Mobile technologies in language teaching. Plenary presentation at the Universidad de la Sabana, Bogota, Colombia. February 21-24, 2013. .

Thomas, M., Reinders, H., and Warschauer, M. (2013). Contemporary computer-assisted language learning. New York: Continuum.

Reinders, H. (2013). Self-access and independent learning centres. In C. A. Chapelle (Ed.), The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics, Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.

Reinders, H. (2013). From coursebook to sourcebook. Maintaining teacher autonomy. ELTWO Journal (Vol. 5).

Cho, M., and Reinders, H. (2013). The effects of aural input enhancement on L2 acquisition. In J. M. Bergsleithner, S. N. Frota, & J. K. Yoshioka (Eds.), Noticing and second language acquisition: Studies in honor of Richard Schmidt, Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii, National Foreign Language Resource Center.

Reinders, H., and Loewen, S. (2013). Autonomy and language learning behaviour. The role of student initiation and participation in L2 classrooms. Study in English Language Teaching (Vol. 1(1)).

Khojasteh, L., and Reinders, H. (2013). How textbooks (and learners) get it wrong. A corpus study of modal auxiliary verbs. Journal of Applied Research in English (Vol. 1(3)).

Thomas, M., Reinders, H., & Warschauer, M. (2013). The role of digital media and incremental change. Thomas, M., Reinders, H. & Warschauer, M. London.

Reinders, H., Cho, M., and Lewis, M. (2013). Managing affect in online supervision. New Zealand Studies in Applied Linguistics (Vol. 19(1)).

Reinders, H. (2013). Facilitating lexico-grammar learning through mobile technologies. Plenary at the 9th International Congress on English Grammar, Tamilnadu, India.

Reinders, H. (2013). Breaking the chains. Mobile technologies for language teaching. Plenary presentation at the Universidad de la Sabana, Bogota, Colombia, February 21-24.

Reinders, H. (2013). Aural input enhancement on mobile devices. Keynote at the Virtual Roundtable, May 17-19. http://www.virtual-round-table.com/profiles/blogs/keynote-dr-hayo-reinders-the-effects-of-aural-input-enhancement-o.

Reinders, H. (2013). Learner autonomy through games. Invited plenary at the ELTAI (English Language Teaching Association of India) conference in Chennai, India, July 18-20.

Reinders, H. (2013). Digital Storytelling. Invited public lecture at Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, September 13, 2013.

Reinders, H. (2013). From input to intake: the role of noticing and awareness in SLA. Invited public lecture at KMUTT, September 15, 2013.

Reinders, H. (2013). Learning on the go. Invited public lecture at Thammasat University, Bangkok. September 14, 2013.

Reinders, H. (2013). ELT and Asean integration. Keynote at Chulalongkorn University November 17-19, Bangkok, Thailand.

Hubbard, P., and Reinders, H. (2012). Technology and Autonomy in Language Learning. 15th International CALL Research Conference, Taiwan.

Reinders, H. (2012). Blended and Online Instruction. In A. Burns, & J. Richards (Eds.), Guide to second language pedagogy (pp.287-294), Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Reinders, H. (2012). Towards a definition of intake in second language acquisition. Journal of Applied Research in English (Vol. 1(2)).

Reinders, H., and Hubbard, P. (2012). CALL and learner autonomy: Affordances and constraints. In M. Thomas, H. Reinders, & M. Warschauer (Eds.), Contemporary CALL (pp. 359-376). New York: Continuum.

Reinders, H., and Wattana, S. (2012). Talk to me Games and students? Willingness to communicate. In H. Reinders (Ed.), Digital games in language learning and teaching (pp. 156-188), Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Reinders, H. (2012). Digital games in language learning and teaching. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Cho, M., and Reinders, H. (2012). The effects of aural input enhancement on L2 acquisition. , American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL, Boston, Massachusetts (March 24-27).

Reinders, H. (2012). The role of mobile technologies in language education. Keynote at Qatar TESOL, Doha, April 2012.

Reinders, H. (2012). Digital game-based learning. Invited presentation for Cengage, May 2012.

Reinders, H. (2011). Digital Games in Language Learning and Teaching. Invited plenary for the University of Pennsylvania, December 10, 2011. .

Reinders, H. (2011). Death, Honor and Victory in Second Language Acquisition: the role of digital games. SLanguages conference. September 16-18, 2011. .

Reinders, H. (2011). AILA Research Network Symposium on 'CALL and the Learner' at the AILA World Congress. August 25, 2011. .

Reinders, H. (2011). Learn English or Die: Fostering learner autonomy through computer games. Presentation at the 4th ELT Symposium 19 - 22 May. Dunya Aktuel A.S. and Cambridge University Press.

Reinders, H., and White, C. (2011). Editors of the special issue on 'Learner Autonomy and New Learning Environments'. Language Learning & Techology (Vol. 15(3)).

Reinders, H., and Balcikanli, C. (2011). Learning to Foster Autonomy: The Role of Teacher Education Materials. Studies in Self-Access Learning (Vol. 2:1).

Reinders, H. (2011). Towards an operationalization of autonomy. In: Ahmed, A., Cane, G., and Hanzala, M. Teaching English in Multilingual Contexts: Current Challenges, Future Directions. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Reinders, H., and Balcikanli, C. (2011). Do classroom textbooks encourage learner autonomy? Novitas (Vol. 5 (2)).

Reinders, H., and Lazaro, N. (2011). Beliefs, Identity and Motivation in Implementing Autonomy. The Teacher's Perspective. In: Murray, G., Gao, A., Lamb, T. Identity, Motivation and Autonomy in Language Learning. Bristol/Multilingual Matters.

Reinders, H. (2011). Digital Storytelling in the Langauge Classroom. ELTWO Journal (Vol. Volume 3).

Reinders, H., and Cho, M. (2011). Encouraging informal language learning with mobile technology. Journal of Second Langage Teaching and Research.

Reinders, H., and Wattana, S. (2011). Learn English or Die: The Effects of Digital Games on Interaction and Willingness to Communicate in a Foreign Language. Digital Culture and Education (Vol. 3(1)).

Reinders, H., and Loewen, S. (2011). Key Concepts in Second Language Acquisition. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Benson, P., and Reinders, H. (2011). Beyond the Classroom. Basingstoke, United Kingdom, Palgrave Macmillan (Vol. 1st).

Reinders, H., Lewis, M., and Kirkness, A. (2010). Good Teacher, Better Teacher. Strategies for the Multicultural Classroom. Tokyo: Perceptia Press.

Thomas, M., and Reinders, H. (2010). Deconstructing tasks and technology. In: Thomas, M. & Reinders, H. (Eds.), Task-based Language Learning and Teaching with Technology. New York: Continuum, ISBN 9781441101532.

Reinders, H. (2010). Proofreading and revising your work. An acitivity for fostering autonomy. ELTWO Journal.

Reinders, H. (2010). Do computer games really contribute to language learning? 4th International Wireless Ready Symposium. Nagoya, Japan.

Reinders, H. (2010). Towards a classroom pedagogy for learner autonomy: A framework of independent learning skills. Australian Journal of Teacher Education (Vol. 35, 5:).

Reinders, H. (2010). The Effects of Task Type and Instructions on Second Language Acquisition. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Thomas, M., and Reinders, H. (2010). Task-based Teaching and Technology: New York: Continuum. .

Darasawang, P., and Reinders, H. (2010). Encouraging autonomy with an online support system. CALL-EJ (Vol. 11:2).

Reinders, H. (2010). Ideas for Using Mobile Phones in the Language Classroom. ELT Forum (Vol. 46:3).

Reinders, H., and White, C. (2010). The theory and practice of technology in materials development and task design. In: Harwood, N. Materials in ELT: Theory and Practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Reinders, H. (2009). Technology and second language teacher education. In Burns, A. and Richards, J. Cambridge Guide to Teacher Education. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Ellis, R., Loewen, S., Erlam, R., Philip, J., Elder, C., and Reinders, H. (2009). Implicit and Explicti Knowledge in a Second Language. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters.

Lazaro, N., and Reinders, H. (2008). Independent Learning Centres: Tips for Teachers. Sydney: NCELTR.

Lamb, T., and Reinders, H. (2008). Learner and Teacher Autonomy: Realities and Responses. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Reinders, H., Moore, N., and Lewis, M. (2008). The International Student's Handbook. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Lamb, T., and Reinders, H. (2006). Supporting Independent Learning: Issues and Interventions. Frankfurt: Peter Lang.

Reinders, H., Lewis, M., and Kirness, A. (2006). Tranform Your Teaching. Strategies for the Multicultural Classroom. Auckland: Pearson Education/Prentice Hall.

Lewis, M., and Reinders, H. (2005). All alone in the crowd. The Times Higher Educaiton Supplement.

Cotterall, S., and Reinders, H. (2004). Learner Strategies: A Guide for Teachers. Singapore: SEAMEO RELC.

Lewis, M., and Reinders, H. (2003). Study Skills for Speakers of English as a Second Language. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.