ELT Career and Professional Development Conference:

ECAP: ELT Career and Professional Development Conference 2013

Date: Sunday, May 26th, 2013 Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Speaker: Several presenters

The ELT Career and Professional Development Conference (ECAP) caters to teachers from an array of different experience levels and teaching situations. The day is divided into three sections. The first two sections each contain a keynote address and the choice of four workshops. The keynote address introduces a broad topic, followed up by the four concurrently run workshops on themes related to the keynote. The third section of the conference will be a panel discussion by John F. Fanselow, Shinichi Izumi and Tim Murphey. Please see this event's webpage for details.

This event's speakers are Shinichi Izumi (Sophia University), Tim Murphey (Kanda University of International Studies), John F Fanselow (Columbia University), Yasushi Sekiya (Kanda University of International Studies), Masaki Kobayashi (Kanda University of International Studies), Jie Shi (UEC Tokyo), Kevin Ryan (Showa Womens University), Yoshinori Watanabe (Sophia University), John Martyn (Language Cloud), Billy Martyn (Language Cloud), Jennie Roloff-Rothman (International Christian University), Colin Skeates (Keiko University), Chiyuki Yanase (Sunnyfield English).

Organization: ELT Career and Professional Development Conference

Cost: Pre-registration 2,500 yen, On-site registration 3,500 yen

Venue: Kanda Institute of Foreign Languages, 2-13-13 Uchikanda, Chiyoda, Tokyo 101-8525

Location: Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolis, Japan


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Contact ELT Career and Professional Development Conference

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