Meisei University International Studies Centre:

2020/2021 Meisei University International Studies Center Professional Development Forum

Date: Saturday, January 23rd, 2021 Time: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Speaker: Call for proposals due December 23rd, 2020

Description:
Meisei University's International Studies Center will host its annual professional development forum where English teaching professionals will present short seminars on EFL classroom practices and relevant research themes. This will be held fully online. Attendance is open to all teaching professionals. Please register at forms.gle/CzFGw3jWKdLstGJj6

Call for Submissions:

Proposals for short presentations (25 minutes) are now welcome. The submission deadline is Wednesday, December 23rd, 2020. We encourage presentations (in English) on topics such as:

  • ELT lesson shares, classroom activities/tasks/projects;
  • Classroom-based research
  • Intercultural approaches to classroom practices and content for language learning
  • Self-access learning centres, learner autonomy
  • Online learning, blended learning and facing the challenges of Covid 19 as ELT professionals

Submission requirements: Presentations should be maximum 30 minutes in duration including question and answers. Presentations can be submitted via forms.gle/zkcUvKQDkcHZBg3R6. Please pass this information on to any colleagues who may be interested; university educators are more likely to find the event useful.

Organization: Meisei University International Studies Centre

Cost: free

Venue: Fully online

Location: Online, Online Events, Online Event

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