Peace as a Global Language Conference 2003
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Conference Dates: September 27th - 28th, 2003
Location: Seisen University (Gotanda, Tokyo)
Friday Night Special Workshop with Dr. Kagan
The Peace as a Global Language conference is pleased to announce a special workshop with Dr. Spencer Kagan, "Positive Human Relations via Cooperative Structures".
Date: Friday, September 26
Location: Seisen University, Gotanda, Tokyo (the same venue as the main conference)
Languages: English with Japanese interpretation. Japanese teachers are encouraged to attend!
Participation Fee: 3,000 yen
Registration deadline: We will be accepting registration on site. Please come early, as we expect quite a number of people to register on site. Registration will be open from 5:00pm.
Classroom structures determine academic achievement as well as a host of non-academic outcomes. Traditional classroom structures undermine positive social relations.
Cooperative structures, in contrast, enhance understanding of self and others, respect for differences, empathy, self esteem, as well as liking for school and classmates. Remarkably, cooperative structures improve human relations without taking time from academics. Students actually learn and retain more when cooperative structures are used.
To help you build positive peer relationships in your classroom, while maximizing student learning come learn structures like Team Interview, Agree-Disagree Line-Ups, and Timed Pair Share.
If you would like to find out more about Dr. Kagan, please see our Featured Speakers page or take a look at his on-line magazine.
For more information, please contact Alison Miyake. We look forward to meeting you.