Gordon lived and worked for many years in Japan, where he studied for and received both his Ed.D. and his lovely Japanese wife. Gordon taught English at a number of institutions in Japan, including Kwansei Gakuin University, Ryukoku University, and Osaka Prefectural University. Gordon and his family now make their home in Surrey, BC. His research interests include graduate discourse and diagnostic assessment.
Research & Scholarship
Acton, W., Burri, M., Rauser, K., Teaman, B. & Moulden, G. (2013, March). Anchoring Academic Word List Vocabulary: One Touch at a time. Presentation given at the TESOL International Convention and English Language Expo, Dallas, TX
Moulden, G. A. (2013, April). “A TESOL word list for teacher training programs.” Presentation given at the BC TEAL 2013 Annual Conference, New Westminster, BC
Moulden, G.A. (2015, May). “CAEL and CELPIP Academic: What's under the hood?“ Presentation given at the BC TEAL 2015 Annual Conference, Vancouver, BC
Ed. D. Doctor of Education in TESOL, Temple University, 2005
MA. Master of Education in TESOL, Temple University, 1993.
BA. Bachelor of Arts in French Language, UBC, 1985
Moulden, G. A. (1996). Perceptual Learning Style Preferences: Analysis and Evaluation of results from survey research. In Working Papers in Applied Linguistics, 9.Temple University Japan.
Moulden, G. A. (2005). An Evaluation of Language Policy in a Bilingual School in Japan. Chief Advisor: Dr. Kenneth Schaefer
Research Methodology, and Assessment in TESOL
Assessment in TESOL
Leadership in TESOL