Iwate Chapter


Published: Fri, 12/05/2008 - 9:11pm

Iwate JALT *usually* meets on the 4th Sunday of every month except March and August when there are no meetings. Depending on the JALT conference dates, there may or may not be a November meeting. Meetings will usually be held at Aiina in Morioka, accessible from the west exit of Morioka Station. The venue may vary occasionally. Please join us!

Chapter Officers


Mary Burkitt
Vikki Williams
Mary Burkitt
Jason Hill
Peggy Ishikawa

Joining or renewing membership

You can easily join JALT or renew your JALT membership online.

join

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


Marc Helgesen (Miyagi Gakuin Women's University)
Sunday, 18 June 2017 - 10:00am - 4:30pm

2017 Michinoku English Education Summit
Co-sponsored by the Iwate Chapter of JALT and Hachinohe Gakuin University
Sunday, June 18, 2017
at Hachinohe Gakuin University

Conference theme:
"Transformations: Possibilities in Teaching and Learning"
This year’s conference will explore the themes of change and evolution in language teaching and learning. Topics will address changes related to language pedagogy, perceptions of language education, and/or other relevant topics.

Call for Presenters:
Proposal deadline: May 12, 2017
Session or poster presentation, as described below:
All proposals should be 100-200 words in Word or PDF format.
1. Session Presentation: 30 minutes (20 minute presentation, 10 minute Q & A) Please advise about your presentation style: Hands-on Workshop, Lecture, PowerPoint Presentation, etc.
2. Poster Presentation: Maximum size 150x150cm.
Send presentation proposals to:
Barry Grossman: Use Contact button

Advertisements

Sookmyung TESOL
view counter
The Asian Conference on Language Learning - http://acll.iafor.org/
view counter

Theme by Danetsoft and Danang Probo Sayekti inspired by Maksimer