FAB NeuroELT Conference:

FAB1: Connecting Brain Science with EFL

Date: Sunday, July 10th, 2011 Time: 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM

Speaker: Marc Helgesen, Curtis Kelly, Tim Murphey, Robert Murphy, and more

FAB1: Connecting Brain Science with EFL. The First Annual Brain Day conferences in Japan (FAB1) will be held in two locations on two different days. The theme of FAB1 is "Connecting Brain Science with EFL." Co-sponsored by Kitakyushu JALT and Osaka JALT.
Kitakyushu: July 9, 2011
Osaka: July 10, 2011
Osaka Location: KUIS (Kansai Univ. of International Studies), in Nishinomiya

Plenary Speakers: Marc Helgesen, Curtis Kelly, Tim Murphey, and Robert S. Murphy

This is our First Annual Brain-day event (FAB1). We hope this will turn into a significant annual conference for EFL in Japan and we are therefore looking to gather teachers and researchers, from novice to expert, who are interested in helping make a pivotal connection between neuroscience and EFL.

This year's event will also be a fund-raiser to support relief efforts in Tohoku, so we hope to get as much participation as possible.

Pre-registration online
Please come by the FAB1 website and help us by pre-registering for FAB! It is very simple and it will REALLY help us with logistics. It will help save you time in the morning rush too! Pre-register here online: fab-efl.com/5301.html

Organization: FAB NeuroELT Conference

Cost: FAB Members: 3,000 yen (1,000 for full-time students)
Non-members: 4,000 yen (2,000 for full-time students)

Venue: Konan University, Hirao School of Management in Nishinomiya

Location: Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan


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