KOTESOL:

2018 KOTESOL National Conference

Date: Saturday, May 12th, 2018 Time: 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM

Speaker: Barb H Sakamoto (International Teacher Development Institute), Kyung-sook Yeum (Sookmyung Women's University); Call for papers due March 16

Description:
Korea TESOL (KOTESOL) is South Korea's largest ELT organization and an affiliate of the TESOL International Association. This conference is focused on providing educators from different locations and contexts throughout Korea and Asia with an opportunity to discuss the latest teaching techniques, current research, and relevant issues in ELT. The theme of this year's conference is Crossing Borders: Korean ELT in the Modern World. As educators, we cross professional and personal borders every day. Some of these borders, we have been crossing as a profession since the beginning--others are new, unfamiliar and challenging. In our field of ELT education, everyone has knowledge, skills, and insights that can help others to face their challenges, to cross into new professional territory, to make new discoveries, and to grow. All that is needed is the chance to share what we know. That is the purpose of this conference--to allow professionals, novice and veteran, and from any and all contexts, to share and to learn, for the benefit of everyone. For details, please see the conference website.

Organization: Korea Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (KOTESOL)

Cost: KOTESOL Members: 20,000 won
Non-members: 30,000 won (10,000 won for students)

Venue: Kangnam University

Location: Yongin City, Gyeonggi Province, South Korea

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Contact KOTESOL

Website: www.koreatesol.org/

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