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Date: May 18 – 19 2019 Conference website: http://pansig.org/ Location: Konan University, Cube Campus, Nishinomiya, Kobe, Hyogo Deadline: 8 December 2018 Send submissions to: firstname.lastname@example.org Presentations may relate to either teaching or research based topics. The forum is 90 minutes long, and we would like to have several presenters who will each present for 20 […]
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Greetings to All Gale members! An August 20 deadline for the October publication of the GALE Newsletter is coming soon! We at the Gale Newsletter are eagerly looking forward to putting together another strong publication and we need your help. We would like to showcase three more Gale members in the educational development section. Please don’t be […]
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Day/Time: Sunday, 11:00am – 12:30pm Location: 4502 Exploring The Role That SIGs Play In Teacher Development: Three Interviews M. Turner1, A. Yoshida2, M. Ellis3 1Toyo University; 2Kanda University of International Studies; 3International Christian University High School In this forum, three members of the Teacher Development SIG will each conduct a 20-minute interview with a representative from invited […]