Meisei University International Studies Centre:

Meisei Professional Development Forum 2016

Date: Saturday, November 12th, 2016 Time: 9:30 AM - 3:00 PM

Speaker: Call for papers due October 24th.

Meisei University's International Studies Centre guest lecturers will host their seventh annual professional development forum where English lecturers will present short seminars on EFL classroom practice and relevant research themes. We invite short presentations and attendance by any interested teachers or researchers particularly those working in university and college contexts. The forum's goal is to offer an opportunity for language teachers to exchange teaching skills, classroom experiences and research focuses, which ultimately enables us to better teach our students; and to present our work in a collegial atmosphere. Publishers will be in attendance with classroom materials for inspection.

Presentations will be 25 minutes + 5 minutes for Q & A. We encourage presentations (in English) such as:

  • ELT lesson shares, classroom activities/tasks/projects;
  • Reports on action research you are currently working on in your classroom context;
  • Intercultural approaches to classroom practices and content for language learning.

Submission requirements: 1) Contact details: Name, affiliation, telephone number, email address. 2) Presentation title. 3) Presentation abstracts (100 words): 4) Presentation description (for the forum program): 50 words 5) Desired equipment (PPT projector) 6) Comments or questions.

Organization: Meisei University International Studies Centre

Cost: free

Venue: Meisei University, 2-1-1 Hodokubo, Hino City, Tokyo: International Studies Centre, Building 23, 4th Floor (map)

Location: Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolis, Japan


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