Hiroshima Chapter

Published: Fri, 12/05/2008 - 9:07pm

Hiroshima JALT has monthly meetings on a Sunday, usually from 3pm-5pm at a central location.

Our core officers are:

President: Simon Capper
Membership Chair: Tim Wilson
Treasurer: Mayumi Hara
Programme Chair: Andrew Brady
Publicity Chair: Mathew Porter

Other Hiroshima officers are:

Facilities chair: Miharu Kihara
Recording secretary: Carla Wilson
Co-recording secretary: Ariel Sorensen
Co-treasurer: Warren Tang
Co-prgramme chair: Aaron Sponseller
Co-programme chair: Joe Lauer
Co-membership chair: Rieko Yanagihara
Member at large: Naomi Fujishima
Member at large: Takami Takeuchi

Chapter Officers

Simon Capper
Tim Wilson
Andrew Brady
Mathew Porter
Mayumi Hara

Joining or renewing membership

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JALT membership offers numerous benefits including: Member-rate admission to JALT conferences such as the annual JALT international conference; free or member-rate admission to JALT Chapter and SIG meetings and events; access to the latest JALT Publications, and more »

Upcoming Events

Greg Poole (Doshisha University)
Sunday, 22 February 2015 - 3:00pm - 5:00pm

This presentation will show how administrative practices constitute an institutional identity that impedes the facilitation of interdisciplinary and transnational education programs at universities in Japan. How are administrative practices affecting the ability of institutions, and individuals in these institutions, to respond to the “problems” and pressures of globalization being felt by Japanese Higher Education Institutions (HEIs)? Are the present models of university administration sufficient to respond to the globalized degree-programs being promoted by the government? These issues, and more, will be addressed. NOTE: The speaker is different from the one announced in The Language Teacher.

Noriko Ishihara (Hosei University/ Temple University Japan)
and others
Saturday, 7 March 2015 - 9:30am - Sunday, 8 March 2015 - 5:15pm

This exciting 2-day workshop will help teachers learn about many of the sociocultural aspects of language acquisition. Prof. Ishihara is a renowned researcher and practitioner in the field of pragmatics and language education. Other speakers will include Seiji Fukazawa, Ryota Nagata, Michiko Kasuya, Mayu Konakahara, and Yoko Nogami. Activities on Saturday end at 6 p.m., and on Sunday they begin at 9:30 a.m. Space is limited, so we encourage everyone to pre-register at: http://tinyurl.com/2015praghijalt


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