Engaged Pedagogy Association:
The 5th EPA Annual Conference
Date: Sunday, June 3rd, 2007 Time: 10:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Speaker: Guest Speakers: Kyoko Oi (Chiba University) and Frances Causer (Seijo University)
The 5th EPA Annual Conference Time Schedule
10:30-11:00 Annual General Meeting
11:00-12:00 Guest Speaker Presentation: Kyoko Oi (Chiba University), presentation in Japanese: Critical Thinking wo Tori ireta Hyogen Jugyo no Susume (Promoting critical thinking skills in your English writing classes)
13:00-14:00 Guest Speaker Presentation: Frances Causer (Seijo University), presentation in English: Evaluating the Japanese and British educational systems, from the point of view of a parent and a teacher.
14:10-17:00 Presentations by EPA members
Welcome everyone to the Engaged Pedagogy Association. Our group includes teachers, translators, students and people bring eclectic lifestyles from all over the world. We share a common vision that teaching and learning are constantly interchanging processes, that we can use our study for not just communication but as a tool of resisting illegitimate authority. EPA publishes a journal, The Journal of Engaged Pedagogy and is one of the sponsors of the Peace as a Global Language Conference. We wish to work together with other groups whose purpose is similar to ours in the interest of raising consciousness, changing educational themes and methods and building a community of practice around our common goals.
webpage in English
webpage in Japanese.
Organization: Engaged Pedagogy Association
Cost: EPA Members: 500 yen
Non-members: 1000 yen
Venue: Diato Bunka Kaikan 4F, Itabashi-ku, Tokyo (5 min walk from Tobu Nerima station on Tobu Tojo Line Tel: 03-5399-7399)
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