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Friday, March 19, 2010

ELT Career and Professional Development Conference

Cambridge University Press is pleased to welcome you to our fourth ELT Career and Professional Development Conference (ECAP)- a full day of presentations and workshops for all those teaching teenagers and adults- a chance to reflect on your own classroom efforts and to share those reflections with others!

ELT Career and Professional Development Conference(ECAP) 2010
Date: Sunday, 30th May
Time: 10:00-18:00 Keynote and Workshops
18:00-20:00 Reception with speakers
Venue: The Yomiuri Shimbun Building 9F
Pre-registration: 2,500 yen
On-sit registration: 3,500 yen

The ELT Career and Professional Development Conference (ECAP) is divided into three sections. Each section begins with a keynote address introducing a broad topic followed by four concurrently run workshops (one in Japanese) on themes related to the keynote, in which you will select one.
This year's three themes and keynote presenters are..
-Creating learning opportunities, William Snyder, Teacher's College, Columbia University
-Why do good learners learn, Masaki Kobayashi, Kanda Gaigo University
-Building Student Motivation By Being The Change We Wish To See, Chuck Sandy, Chubu University

If you would like to receive more information from us, please respond to this email with "ECAP details" in the subject line.
We hope to see you enjoy the conference.

Best regards,
ECAP organizers

Daily Yomiuri, ABAX, British Council, Columbia University Teacher's College, Cambridge University Press