The 48th Annual Shin-Eiken Conference (day 2 of 3)

Date: Sunday, July 31st, 2011 Time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Speaker: Junior and senior high school English teachers with some college teachers

Shin-eiken, Japan New English Teachers' Association The aims of Shin-Eiken, New English Teachers' Association are to clarify the purposes of teaching foreign languages and to create and develop a new English education that is rooted in democracy. It is based upon the ideals of the Constitution of Japan: peace, democracy, freedom, justice, and the pursuit of happiness. We believe that international understanding or global awareness by learning English leads to world peace. Shin-Eiken teachers want to help students integrate English learning into their actual lives so that they can communicate with people, be global citizens to make a better world.

Organization: Shin-Eiken - New English Teachers' Association (Shin-Eiken)

Cost: Shin-Eiken Members: 1,500 yen a day for non-teachers, 3,000 yen for 2 or 3 days
Non-members: 3,500 yen a day for teachers, 7,000 yen for 2 or 3 days, 1,000 yen/day for students

Venue: Handa City, Aichi Prefecture. See the conference website for details

Location: Handa City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan


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