Kanda Gaigo University:

Directions in Self-Access Learning

Date: Saturday, October 19th, 2013 Time: 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM

Speaker: Several speakers

Increasing numbers of institutions in Japan are investing in self-access facilities. Self-access learning plays an important role in promoting language learner autonomy by providing opportunities and support for students to take charge of their language learning. A range of presentations will examine current practices in self-access and the role it plays in language education. Themes explored at this event will include: setting up a self-access facility learner involvement in self-access advising practices and training resources and materials.

Speakers include Ashley Moore (Osaka Institute of Technology), Azusa Kodate, Caleb Foale (Hiroshima Bunkyo Women's University), Yasushi Iida, Jo Mynard, Miho Funakura / Mina Onuma / Yoko Ono / Yuko Momata, Chiho Tamegaya / Kai Sekiguchi /Kanae Sakuraba / Kobe K. Harnchana (Kanda University of International Studies), Craig Manning (Shimane University), Herman Bartelen, Hisako Yamashita and Satoko Kato (Kanda Institute of Foreign Languages, Katherine Thornton and Troy Rubesch (Otemon Gakuin University), Scott Crowe (Sojo University).

Organization: Kanda University of International Studies (Kanda Gaigo University) (Kanda Gaigo University)

Cost: free

Venue: Kanda University of International Studies, Chiba map and details

Location: Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolis, Japan


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