Oxford University Press:
IIEEC - Oxford University Press Teacher Training Certificate Program Summer Session Workshop 2
Date: Sunday, May 15th, 2011 Time: 1:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Speaker: Ritsuko Nakata and IIEEC Teacher Trainers
Workshop 2 - Activating the right and the left sides of the brain.
* Workshop content has been developed by Ritsuko Nakata (Co-Author, Let's Go) in cooperation with Oxford University Press and is aimed at all teachers of young learners who wish to become more confident and effective teachers.
* Workshops are run by qualified teacher trainers from the IIEEC Teacher Training Center -- a leader in teacher training and children's education in Japan since 1987.
* In addition to the lectures, skills practice will provide actual lessons in how to use flash cards and how to teach effectively with the MAT METHOD.
* The course is conducted in English, however bilingual course handouts will be provided.
Please see the webpage for more information and pre-registration.
Organization: Oxford University Press
Cost: 4000 yen
Venue: AP Hamamatsu-cho, B1 Da Vinci Shiba Park B-kan (former Shuwa Shiba Park Bldg.), 2-4-1 Shiba Koen, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0011
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