Sendai Brain Days 2012: ELT and Neuroscience Mini-Conference
Date: Saturday, June 23rd, 2012 Time: 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Speaker: Robert S. Murphy (Kitakyushu University), Tim Murphey (Kanda UIS), Curtis Kelly (Kansai University), Marc Helgesen (Miyagi Gakuin Women's University)
JALT Sendai is very pleased to host this all day mini-conference featuring four amazing speakers who will present on Brain-friendly English Language Teaching. Topics include Neuromyth-busters (Robert S. Murphy; Neuroscience of Lesson Design (Curtis Kelly); Happiness 2.0 (Marc Helgesen); Diversity Peering (Tim Murphey). The full day conference will be followed by "Off To The Onsen: Up to our necks in Neuro-ELT with Robert S. Murphy", which includes an overnight stay at an onsen, plus five more workshop hours on Neuroscience and ELT.
(by June 11)
|JALT members||2,500 yen||18,000 yen||20,000 yen|
|Non-members||3,500 yen||20,000 yen||22,000 yen|
* The fees listed above for the weekend include the Saturday Mini-Conference, transportation to and from the onsen resort, shared accomodation, 3 meals (D/B/L), and all-day Sunday conference. Single rooms also available for a surcharge. Sunday-only attendance is also available. Registration and complete details are available on JALT Sendai's website.
This event is supported by Cengage Learning, Pearson Education and ABAX.
Organization: Sendai Chapter of the Japan Association for Language Teaching (Sendai JALT)
Cost: JALT Members: 2,500 yen for the mini-conference; other fees for the onsen weekend
Non-members: 3,500 yen for the mini-conference; other fees for the onsen weekend
Venue: Sendai Shimin Activity Support Center,Conference Room, 5th Floor, Ichibancho 4-1-3, Aoba-ku, North side of Hirose Dori, just west of Higashi Nibancho Dori map
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