Session: ELL (English Language Learning):

Session: ELL 2021

Date: Sunday, October 3rd, 2021 Time: 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM

Speaker: 30 speakers; call for presenters is open until 12:00, Sep 28th, 2021

After the success of the February event and due to many requests, and in the absence of any in-person events due to COVID-19, we are again hosting a day of sessions, presentations and a place for teachers, school owners, publishers and learners to meet up and talk.

ELL is for English language Learning. The focus is not on teachers, schools, books, approaches, methods, apps or other, but acknowledges there are many ways to make English language Learning happen.

Session: ELL 2021 is an online session for teachers, school owners, publishers to better help English Language Learners.

Session: ELL 2021 is an independent, non-profit event. The remaining proceeds after paying for IT and staff will be donated to charity.

Full accounts will be published after the event.

There are:

  • 5 presentation rooms
  • 1 Help Room
  • 1 Social room (With Sponsor breakout rooms)
  • And 30 Sessions from 10:00 - 17:30

Sessions will cover topics relevant ant to the English Language Learning field.

All safely and cozily ONLINE.

The event is co-ordinated by Jobs in Japan and ME Learning, and hosted by The event uses the Modern English PayPal account to collect payment.

Please find more info and make submissions here:

Organization: Session: ELL (English Language Learning)

Cost: 550 yen (different for commercial presenters; contact for details)

Venue: Online:

Location: Online, Online Events, Online Event


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Contact Session: ELL (English Language Learning)


Simon Moran, ME Leanring
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Peter Lackner, Jobs in Japan
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