Learner Development SIG of JALT:
LD30: Learning for Change and Action, Making a Difference for the Future
Date: Saturday, October 21st, 2023 Time: 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Speaker: Phil Benson, Stacey Vye, Chiyuki Yanase, and Taichi Watanabe. Call for presentation proposals due 30th July
Join us as the Learner Development SIG celebrates its 30th anniversary with a conference held in collaboration with the Teacher Development SIG and the Global Issues in Language Education SIG. Our conference theme is "Learning for Change and Action, Making a Difference for the Future," a call to action for educators and learners alike.
Taking place on October 21st and 22nd, this two-day conference will explore how to encourage learners to engage in their learning to make a difference in their lives, their local communities, and beyond. Both students and teachers are warmly invited to take part by actively engaging in presentations, workshops, and discussions exploring innovative approaches to learner development, teacher development, and global issues in language education.
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The deadline is 30th July, 23:59.
Organization: Learner Development Special Interest Group, Japan Association for Language Teaching (Learner Development SIG of JALT)
Cost: JALT Members: Early-bird Registration Period (TBA) 1-day: 2500 / 2-day: 4000 Normal: 1-day: 3500 / 2-day: 5000
Non-members: Early-bird Registration Period (TBA): 1-day: 3500 / 2-day: 5000; Normal: 1-day: 4500 / 2-day: 6000
Venue: Gakushuin University, Mejiro Campus, is in the centre of Tokyo and is easily accessible, about 10 minutes from Ikebukuro and 20 minutes from Shinjuku
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