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A Message From Kris at the Learner Development SIG on Grants

The following is a message from Kris at the LD SIG at JALT.

Do topics like learner and teacher autonomy, identity, self-regulated learning, and motivation spike your interest? 185 more words

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Upcoming - April 26, 2015 - Thomas Bieri - Activating Extensive Reading

Location: AIINA, ROOM 602
Date April 26,  2015
Time: From 1:30pm – 4:30pm(13:30-16:30)
Cost: Free for JALT members. ¥1000 for non-members. ¥500 for full-time students. 237 more words

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JALT 2014 Hightlights

This just in from our front office. If you’ve never been to the JALT International Conference before, you might want to check this video out.

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Motivation: The Importance of Social Influences - Margarita Foster

On January 25, Iwate JALT Margarita Foster, a teacher at Hachinohe Gakuin University whose studies include psychology and criminology gave a talk. She is currently researching juvenile delinquency and resilience, but what brought her to us this past Sunday was a discussion about teachers and what motivates them. 119 more words

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Trends in Language Teaching Conference 2014

Trends in Language Teaching Conference 2014

By: Tka Tyne

On December 13th, 2014, I attended the Trends in Language Teaching Conference, which was sponsored by the Japan Association for Language Teaching Okinawa (JALT). 338 more words

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A few scattered moments of 2014 and one thought

Hooray! This post, my last one of the year (I promise), is not another list but is rather more a small collection of things that happened in 2014 with one thought about them at the end.   1,038 more words

Reflections

What Kind of Teacher...

Last week I was in Tsukuba for the JALT international conference.  The sun was out, and the leaves, red and yellow, hadn’t yet started to drop in earnest from the trees.  1,140 more words

Reflective Practice