Kean Wah, LEE (PhD) is an Associate Professor in Applied Linguistics at the School of Education, and the Director of Research of the school in the University of Nottingham (Malaysia campus). He has more than 35 years of experience teaching the English language at all levels of basic education. In the School of Education, he teachers both undergraduate and postgraduate modules such as TESOL Methodology, Assessment in Language Education, Understanding Language Learning and the Language Learner, Materials and Technology in Language Education, etc. He was recently awarded the Vice-Chancellor Medal for teaching innovation in 2021 by the University of Nottingham. He also won the Best Research Supervisor award 2021 in the recent Tri-Campus award. Currently, Dr Lee also serves as the Vice-President and Treasurer of PacCALL (Pacific Association of Computer-Assisted Language Learning) which organises the yearly GLoCALL international conferences and workshops. He has also served the Guest Editor of CALL journals such CALL-EL, and IJCALLT. Dr Lee has presented and published extensively in journals, book chapters and books in the field of CALL, teacher professional development and English language teaching and learning.
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