University of Tsukuba:

Active Learning and Oral Communication 1st CEGLOC Conference, in collaboration with the 15th Annual Autumn Workshop

Date: Saturday, December 9th, 2017 Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Speaker: Bruno Vannieu (Kobe U), Michael Stout (U of Tsukuba), Roxana Sandu and Javier Salazar (U of Tsukuba), Yuichi Ono (U of Tsukuba), Peter Hourdequin (Tokoha U), Bruno Jactat (U of Tsukuba) and others

The conference is in cooperatin with the Autumn Workshop and JALT Ibaraki Chapter as a gathering aimed at sharing practical solutions or classroom research on common challenges we face in teaching oral communication to Japanese students. The focus is this time on active learning approaches. The main goal is to provide a forum for teachers to share insights, best practices, and research that can enhance how speaking skills are taught in this country. For more information and sign up:

Organization: University of Tsukuba's Special Research Project on Dynamic Brain Functions and Amenity for the Mind (University of Tsukuba)

Cost: free

Venue: University of Tsukuba, Center of Education for Global Communication (CEGLOC)

Location: Tsukuba City, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan


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