The 3rd JACET Summer (47th) and English Education (8th) Joint Seminar: ELT materials development and use II: Linking theory and practice
Date: Monday, March 8th, 2021 Time: 12:30 PM - 6:00 PM
Speaker: Prof. John Gray (Institute of Education, University College London), Prof. Kip Cates (Tottori University, Japan), and Assoc. Prof. Ryan W Smithers (Otani University, Japan), and Assoc. Prof. Toshiyuki Kanamaru (Kyoto University, Japan). Call for posters due February 7
We are delighted to announce our two-day event, the 3rd JACET Joint Seminar, which combines the 47th JACET Summer Seminar and 8th English Education Seminar (March 8-9, 2021). This event focuses on ELT materials the same as last year, and its theme is ELT materials development and use II: Linking theory and practice. With the spread of COVID-19 infection, transformations in the field of education are occurring at an unprecedented speed. Moreover, teachers, materials writers, and publishers, therefore, need to face various challenges in selecting, revising and developing teaching resources to meet learner needs. These challenges, in turn, should be tackled through the collaboration of researchers, practitioners, and publishers. Against this backdrop, and with a varied line-up of featured lectures, poster sessions and publishers' presentations, as well as Special Interest Group workshops, this joint seminar aims to provide opportunities to discuss issues related to ELT materials development. The registration deadline is Sunday 28 February 2021. For details, please see the conference website. We are accepting poster session applications for attendees of this year's joint seminar (deadline: Sunday 7 February 2021).
Organization: Japan Association of College English Teachers (National JACET)
Cost: JACET Members: 5,000 yen
Non-members: 10,000 yen
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