JASAL 2018 X SUTLF 5 (day 3 of 3)
Date: Sunday, December 16th, 2018 Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Speaker: Tomomi Kumai. Call for papers due Sept 30
The theme of SUTLF 5 x JASAL 2018 is Making Connections. There are multiple connections within the field of second language education. Some examples of these include connections between educators and students, in- and and out-of-class learning, theory and practice, and culture and language. We hope that this theme inspires and expands participants' thinking of the complex web consisting of, but certainly not limited to, people, place, practice, theory, materials, administration, curriculum, culture, and technology. It is our belief that, in thinking about these various connections in new ways, we may gain new perspectives and insights into language education.
JASAL 2018 x SUTLF 5 will bring together language teachers as well as practitioners, administrators, and students involved in the field of self-access learning across Japan to share our innovative practices, to learn from each other, and to inspire each other to make connections between these different elements in language education. The conference will include a tour of Sojo University's newly reopened self-access learning center, SILC.
- Friday, 14 December:
SALC Tour (17:00)
- Saturday, 15 December
Plenary and presentations
- Sunday, 16 December
Kumamoto City Tour
Please see the conference website for details.
Organization: NanKyu Chapter of the Japan Association for Language Teaching (NanKyu JALT)
Cost: See the conference website for details
Venue: Sojo University, 860-0082 Kumamoto Prefecture, Kumamoto, Nishi Ward, Ikeda, 4 Chome−22−1
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