Welcome to the 2021 2nd ETLTC International Conference on Technology and Society (ETLTC2021) to be co-hosted with the 10th ACM Chapter International Conference on Technology Assisted Language Learning (TALL2021) in Aizu-Wakamatsu, Japan, from January 27-29, 2021. Indexed proceedings publication with DOI. Best papers published in the SCOPUS-indexed journal. ACM best paper award.
JALTCALL2020: TEACHING WITH TECH
As the tech space matures, CALL as a discipline is driven by the complementing spheres of those developing new teaching techniques, and those researchers looking to ensure that teaching methodologies are based on sound principles and research. The focus of this year’s conference is to promote how these two spheres can complement one another and drive the discipline forward.
Associated Groups: JALT CEFR & LP SIG, JALT Akita Chapter
Associated Universities: Akita International University, University of Jyväskylä, Hokkaido University of Science, Nihon University
Notification of Postponement: Our XXIst International CALL Research Conference has been postponed to 2-4 July 2021 due to the current situation with the COVID-19 coronavirus. We will launch a new call for proposals in the Fall. All accepted abstracts remain accepted and all authors will be informed.
The theme of the conference will be Smart CALL. We define “Smart” as possessing three qualities: personalization, contextualization and socialization.
Welcome to the official website of 2020 International Conference on Education and Learning (ICEL).
The Asian Conference on Language (ACL) is an interdisciplinary conference that explores the many fields, theories and practices of the study of language, from questions of language acquisition, psychology and linguistics, through those of culture, communication, and technology, to the teaching and learning of language.
We invite submissions for an eye-tracking colloquium to be held alongside the British Council New Directions conference in Yokohama, Japan.
The colloquium will be a half-day event, consisting of a keynote talk, paper presentations and a panel discussion covering innovative uses of eye-tracking technology in language testing research.
Educators have myriad professional responsibilities, from fulfilling administrative duties and maintaining active research portfolios to keeping up to date with technology. As higher education becomes more global and international, these responsibilities increase even more. Yet, we sometimes forget that each of these duties is driven by a strong pedagogical imperative that also defines our in-class activity: the imperative to help our students improve as we encourage their cognitive and emotional growth. Are we teaching our students as effectively as we can?
New Directions is a series of expert-led regional events in East Asia that brings international and national perspectives on trends and approaches in English language assessment linked to teaching and learning. It is an annual conference organised by the British Council. This year, we aim to: