FAB NeuroELT Conference:

FAB3: First Annual Brain Days (International Three-Day TEFL Certification Event)

Date: Saturday, July 14th, 2012 Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

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

How can Neuroscience, Psychology, and English Language Teaching (ELT) inform each other for the benefit of students and teachers? This question is at the core of our FAB events. The FAB3 conference will be held July 14-16 at Kitakyushu University. We are asking teachers/researchers to connect at least two out of the three areas (Neuroscience, Psychology, and ELT) and choose the best format for their presentation. Formats are:

  • Poster session,
  • Pecha Kucha,
  • 20 minutes, and
  • 50 minutes

TEFL certification available as an option (additional work required for full certification). Participation certificates available upon request. Plese see the event website (fab-efl.com) for full details.

Submit a proposal:
Email this information to: fab3event@gmail.com

  • Title:
    The title should clearly describe the content of your talk in up to 12 words. Capitalize only the first letter and any proper nouns.
  • Main speaker name:
  • Main speaker affiliation:
  • Main speaker email address:
  • Main speaker telephone number:
  • Please indicate the SIG most relevant to your talk:
  • Format:
    choose one
    • Poster session,
    • Pecha Kucha,
    • 20 min., or
    • 50 min.
  • Abstract (max 300 words):

The call for papers deadline is March 31st.

Organization: FAB NeuroELT Conference

Cost: 3 day conference for 15,000 yen; 1 day is 6,500 yen

Venue: Kitakyushu University, Kitakyushu City, Fukuoka Prefecture

Location: Kitakyushu City, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan


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Contact FAB NeuroELT Conference

Website: fab-efl.com

Robert Murphy
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This event is co-sponsored by: