The JALT Nagoya chapter seeks to provide quality presentations and workshops from locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally renown speakers and to provide career-changing professional development and networking opportunities.
Our meetings are usually held once a month at the Nagoya International Center, conveniently located near Nagoya Station.
Research Methodology in CallDr. Glenn Stockwell Abstract:A discussion of CALL research methodology will be followed by a workshop on how to publish in CALL journals. About Glenn:Glenn is a professor and associate dean of academic affairs at Waseda University. He has been heavily involved in CALL research and publishing for the past 20 years, and …
Professional Presentations: Putting the Theory into Practiceby Rab Paterson, Toyo University Friday, June 14th, 18:00-21:00 Nagoya Gakuin University, Taihou Campus,Global Links, 1F, Activity Room 1〒456-0062 愛知県名古屋市熱田区大宝２丁目４-2https://maps.app.goo.gl/KMb79 No matter where people work, in academia, business, or the media, there is a good chance they will be asked to give a presentation of some kind at some …
Workplace equality for Foreign Language Teachers in Japan: Learning from the Past, Looking to the Futureby Julia Kimura Join us on Saturday April 20th, 18:30-20:30Nagoya International Center, 3F, Room 1 Abstract:Women make up half of Japan’s population but we occupy fewer than half of the leadership roles in the workplace, governments, and even in labor …
The Nagoya Chapter of JALT is always looking for the latest classroom ideas, theory, and knowledge. We welcome a range of presenters to give presentations, host workshops, and more. We encourage both influential speakers and local teachers to share their knowledge with our members.
Submit your details at this form: https://goo.gl/forms/Lqrw85I99kG4lSr93
All submissions are considered and discussed. Depending on the type of submissions we have received, we will organise a schedule, and offer you some possible dates. Thereafter, you can tell us what your most convenient dates are and we shall get back to you with a final schedule. Because of various factors, we unfortunately cannot accept all submissions, but we will favour our Chapter members and reputable speakers.
Please prepare well, and rehearse your presentation. For presentations and workshops that are based on a PowerPoint, please bring your own laptop and any necessary adaptors for HDMI and VGA connections to the data projector (especially Apple and tablet users).
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We don’t need another whiteboard race. We don’t need any more time stretchers. We don’t need any advertisers. AND, we don’t need anyone to read their presentation slides to us. Instead, please be human with us.
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