Cambridge University Press:

The Chubu Junior and Senior High School Teacher's Seminar 2010

Date: Sunday, September 26th, 2010 Time: 9:00 AM - 4:15 PM

Speaker: Chuck Sandy, Barbara Hoskins Sakamoto, Annie Stilger Virnig et al.

Description:
We welcome you to the Chubu University Nagoya Campus for a full day of presentations and workshops by some very dynamic educators.
Keynote:
* Better Together: The Power of Connection by Barbara Hoskins Sakamoto
* How Change Happens: Critical Thinking 2.0 by Chuck Sandy
* Local Roots, Gloobal Connections by Annie Stilger Virnig

Presenters: Katsuko Matsubara, Miho Moody, Mark Kulek, Justin Sheets, Darren Elliott, Matt Smith, Eriko Mishima, Mike Stockwell, Yuki Kakiuchi, Cameron Smith, John Gunning, Greg King, Lowell Sheppard and Tomomi Katsuki

Organization: Cambridge University Press

Cost: free of charge

Venue: Chubu University, Nagoya Campus, 6th Floor, Dai-Hall 5-14-22 Chiyoda-ku, Nagoya-shi 460-0012. It's a one minute walk from JR Tsurumai Station, North Exit

Location: Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan

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