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Tue Apr 09 2013
Calls: English, Applied Linguistics/Japan
Editor for this issue: Alison Zaharee
From: Robert Murphy <mmurphyschool.com>
Subject: FAB4: An International Conference on Neuroscience and ELT
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Full Title: FAB4: An International Conference on Neuroscience and ELT
Short Title: FAB4
Date: 06-Jul-2013 - 07-Jul-2013
Location: Nagoya, Japan
Contact Person: Robert Murphy
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://fab-efl.com
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Subject Language(s): English
Call Deadline: 12-May-2013
FAB4: An International Conference on Neuroscience and ELT
Date: July 6-7, 2013
Time: 10am - 6pm
The FAB4 Conference will be held on July 6-7, 2013 at Nanzan University, Nagoya, Japan. Featured Speakers include Robert S. Murphy, Marc Helgesen, and Curtis Kelly.
Call for Papers:
The organizing committee of FAB4 invites interested teachers/researchers to submit presentation proposals.
How can Neuroscience, Psychology, and English Language Teaching (ELT) inform each other for the benefit of students and teachers? This question is at the core of our FAB events. We are asking teachers/researchers to connect at least two out of the three (Neuroscience, Psychology, and ELT) areas and choose the best format for their presentation. Formats are: Poster session, Pecha Kucha sessions, research-focused presentations (20 minutes), and workshop-style presentations (50 minutes).
A certificate: Neuroscience for Teaching EFL is available as an option for participants (additional work required for full certification).
Please submit the following information:
1. Presenter Name(s) and Affiliations
2. Title of proposed presentation
3. Summary of presentation (less than 150 words)
4. Format (poster session, Pecha Kucha, research-focused, workshop-style)
Submit your proposal by May 12, 2013 via the proposal form at the webpage:
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