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ELT Calendar for Tokyo

Events of professional interest to language teachers in Tokyo.

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Groups Active In Tokyo

Listed in decreasing order by the number of events on ELT Calendar by each group in Tokyo. (The ELT Calendar database goes back to 2001.)

Past Events in Tokyo

Here are some of the past events in Tokyo.

ETJ East Tokyo Workshop
Date: November 1st (Sunday) 2020
Speaker: Harumi Shige'eda and Nicky Sekino
Organization: ETJ East Tokyo
First line of description: Speaker 1: Harumi Shige'eda Title: The brand-new textbooks for public elementary school grades 5-6 Outline: The presenter will introduce some textbooks and share the up-to-date information of Japanese elementary school studies.

TUJ Distinguished Lecturer Series (Tokyo, Seminar 1): Developing Lexical Competence: From Theory to Classroom Practice to Online Application
Date: October 3rd (Saturday) 2020
Speaker: Charles Browne (Meiji Gakuin University, Japan)
Organization: Temple University Japan
First line of description: This seminar will be conducted dually on campus and online by Zoom for the public session on Saturday, 14:00-17:00, followed by on campus only sessions (Saturday, 18:00-21:00, Sunday, 10:00-13:00 and 14:00-17:00).

The 21st International CALL Research Conference: Smart Call (day 3 of 3)
Date: July 5th (Sunday) 2020
Speaker: Keynote speaker Mat Schulze (San Diego State University); deadline for abstracts is 3 February, 2020 (extended deadline)
Organization: International CALL Research Conference
First line of description: The 21st International CALL Research Conference will be hosted by Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan on July 3-5, 2020.

The 21st International CALL Research Conference: Smart Call (day 2 of 3)
Date: July 4th (Saturday) 2020
Speaker: Keynote speaker Mat Schulze (San Diego State University); deadline for abstracts is 3 February, 2020 (extended deadline)
Organization: International CALL Research Conference
First line of description: The 21st International CALL Research Conference will be hosted by Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan on July 3-5, 2020.

The 21st International CALL Research Conference: Smart Call
Date: July 3rd (Friday) 2020
Speaker: Keynote speaker Mat Schulze (San Diego State University); deadline for abstracts is 3 February, 2020 (extended deadline)
Organization: International CALL Research Conference
First line of description: The 21st International CALL Research Conference will be hosted by Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan on July 3-5, 2020.

CANCELLED: What's Going on in Elementary Schools? What Can We Do to Help Children from Outside?
Date: April 12th (Sunday) 2020
Speaker: Harumi Shige'eda, Yuco Kikuchi and others
Organization: ETJ East Tokyo
First line of description: This event has been CANCELLED due to the Coronavirus Pandemic Speaker 1: Harumi Shige'eda Title: The brand-new textbooks for public elementary school grades 5-6 Outline: The presenter will introduce some textbooks and share the up-to-date information of Japanese elementary school studies.

CANCELLED: Hanami with West Tokyo and Tokyo JALT
Date: March 22nd (Sunday) 2020
Speaker: hanami!
Organization: Tokyo JALT
First line of description: This event has been cancelled due to the Coronavirus.

CANCELLED: Effective Teaching Techniques for L2 Speaking and Conversations
Date: March 16th (Monday) 2020
Speaker: Eli Hinkel
Organization: Tokyo JALT
First line of description: This event has been cancelled.

CANCELLED: TUJ Distinguished Lecturer Series: Effective Techniques for Teaching and Learning L2 Writing
Date: March 14th (Saturday) 2020
Speaker: Eli Hinkel (Seattle Pacific University, U. S. A.)
Organization: Temple University Japan
First line of description: This event has been canceled, pursuant to the strong recommendations by governmental authorities to reduce the number of public gatherings.

The Tokyo ELT Expo and Book Fair (day 2 of 2)
Date: February 23rd (Sunday) 2020
Speaker: Prominent authors, trainers, and local teachers. Call for papers due December 20th, 2019
Organization: ETJ Tokyo
First line of description: Inviting all ELT professionals and those interested in English language learning and teaching.

The Tokyo ELT Expo and Book Fair
Date: February 22nd (Saturday) 2020
Speaker: Prominent authors, trainers, and local teachers. Call for papers due December 20th, 2019
Organization: ETJ Tokyo
First line of description: Inviting all ELT professionals and those interested in English language learning and teaching.

Oxford Teaching Workshop Series 2020 (Tokyo)
Date: February 16th (Sunday) 2020
Speaker: Kaj Schwermer, Barbara Hoskins Sakamoto, Rob Peacock, Setsuko Toyama
Organization: Oxford University Press
First line of description: Creating empowered 21st century learners.

TUJ Distinguished Lecturer Series: Psycholinguistics (Tokyo)
Date: February 15th (Saturday) 2020
Speaker: Scott Crossley (Georgia State University, U. S. A.)
Organization: Temple University Japan
First line of description: Psycholinguistics is concerned with how language is acquired, used, stored, and processed cognitively.

Bring Your Classroom to Life - Winter Tour 2020 (Tokyo)
Date: February 9th (Sunday) 2020
Speaker: Rachel Wilson, Lesley Ito, Julie Hwang
Organization: National Geographic Learning
First line of description: Come and join National Geographic Learning for a fascinating day of practical workshops that showcase a range of skills and techniques for teaching young learners.

January Workshop: Teachers Help Teachers
Date: January 26th (Sunday) 2020
Speaker: Harumi Shige-eda, Yuco Kikuchi and others
Organization: ETJ East Tokyo
First line of description: Speaker 1: Harumi Shige-eda Title: Interactive Reading for Young Learners Outline: The presenter will introduce some picture books for young learners and share ideas on how to use them.

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