Kansai ETJ Expo (Osaka)

Date: Sunday, November 11th, 2007 Time: 9:30 AM - 6:00 PM

Speaker: Matt Walsh, Hiro Sakamoto, David Paul, Michelle Morimoto, lots more...

The Kansai ETJ Expo brings together teachers and publishers for a full day of seminars on topics ranging from phonics, mother/baby eurythmics and classroom management, to school ownership and beyond! Whether you're teaching small children or adults, junior high or the whole lot, there are several presentations to choose from every hour and materials to browse to suit your every need. This year's Expo features: Teachers from the Kansai area who are excited to share what they have been up to in their classrooms! Guest speakers from across Japan, sharing their expert teaching plans, ideas and solutions. A school owner's panel, presentations from school owners and a school staff training session. Publishers presenting on their materials and eager representatives ready to show you their wares and chat about all your book needs. A supervised kids' room to drop your kids off (pre-registration recommended) Refreshments in our open cafe. Speakers include Matt Walsh, Hiro Sakamoto, David Paul, Michelle Morimoto, David Lisgo, Lica Takeda, Chuck Kaiser, Cat Littlehale, Yuka Hosoda, Adam Duran, Lesley Ito, Mitsuhiro Shimizu, Greg Crawford, Lisa Manhart, Rikaco Miyoshi, lots more... More information:

Organization: ETJ (English Teachers in Japan) (ETJ)

Cost: ETJ Members: 500 yen
Non-members: 1,000 yen (Free ETJ membership on door)

Venue: Seifu Gakuen, South Tower 7F, 12-16 Ishigatsuji-cho, Tennoji-ku, Osaka

Location: Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture, Japan


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