Korea TESOL 2010 National Conference

Date: Saturday, May 15th, 2010 Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Speaker: Call for papers due April 4

The theme of KoTESOL's 2010 National Conference is Learning to Teach, Teaching to Learn: Lessons from the Classroom. The deadline for the call for presentations is April 4, 2010.

This year's KoTESOL national conference theme is broad but focused: what have we taken from the classroom to use in other classrooms?

50 minute workshops and 20 minute research papers of interest to teaching professionals and aspiring teachers are sought for KOTESOL's National Conference. There will be published proceedings at the conference, which may include papers and/or quality workshop materials.

Submit your presentation title (10 words max), abstract (200 words max) and biographical sketch (100 words max) as an MSWord email attachment. Indicate "research paper" or "workshop" please. Accepted presenters will be sent details for optional proceedings inclusion. Email submissions to KOTESOL2010@asia.com

For more information, please visit the conference website at www.kotesol.org/?q=2010NC

International Access:The city of Daegu is a 40-minute express train ride (US$15) from the Ferry Terminal at Busan (Pusan), for those who might consider a ferry from Japan (or China). Both Busan (Kimhae) and Daegu have international airports.

Organization: Korea Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (KOTESOL)

Cost: TBA

Venue: UCC Center, Daegu Technical College in Daegu, S. Korea

Location: Daegu City, Daegu, South Korea


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Website: www.koreatesol.org/

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