Resume Workshop, 20th February 2011

Speaker:
Leander Hughes (SCE, JALT), Assistant Professor, Saitama University

Abstract:

About the speakerLeander Hughes is an Assistant Professor of English Education at the Saitama University Center for English Education and Development (CEED).  He is interested in applying findings in social psychology and other outside fields to the language learning context.  Additional research interests include learner autonomy, computer assisted language learning, and communicative task effectiveness.

For a short time Leander’s presentation and CV materials will be available for download at: http://www.saitama-u.ac.jp/ceed/chaos&tefl/

さいたま市教育家会ジャーナル, Issue 1 Available for Download

Volume 1, issue 1 of our journal JSCE is now available for download. Thank you to all of this issue’s contributors:

Carl Bloomfield (SCE, ETJ): What is Eiken?
カール・ブルームフィルド: 英検とは?

John Finucane (SCE, JALT): Using Numbers Effectively in Debate
ジョン・ファヌカン: ディベートでの数字の効果的な使い方

Tyson Rode (SCE, JALT) and Yuko Takashima: Selecting Topics for Interesting Debates: A three-stage, task-based process
タイソン・ロード, 高島裕子高島裕子: 興味深いディベートテーマの選び方:三段階の の実践的な方法

Brad Semans (SCE, JALT): Managing and Marketing Yourself as a Private Teacher Article
ブラッド・シーメンズ: 個人教師としての自己経営

Matthew Shannon (SCE, JALT): One Day One Story
マット・シャノン: 一日一話

 

The Japan Association of Language Teaching (JALT) is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the improvement of language teaching and learning both within Japan and internationally.  JALT has nearly 3,000 members, with 35 chapters and 26 special interest groups.

English Teachers in Japan (ETJ) is a free association for English teachers in Japan that encourages the exchange of information and teaching ideas and supports the professional development of teachers.

さいたま市教育家会ジャーナル, Submissions Open

Submissions are now open for Volume 1, issue 2 of our journal JSCE.  We particularly want to help first time authors find a forum for their work.  Interested in getting published but don’t know what to write?  Please get in touch.  We can provide you with support and ideas to publish in JSCE.  For more details please read:

For more information please contact John at:

contact@saitamacityeducators.org