LINGUIST List 27.923

Mon Feb 22 2016

Calls: Applied Ling/Tunisia

Editor for this issue: Amanda Foster <amandalinguistlist.org>


Date: 19-Feb-2016
From: Zeineb Deymi <pedagogy2016gmail.com>
Subject: First International Conference on Language Teaching Pedagogy
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Full Title: First International Conference on Language Teaching Pedagogy
Short Title: LTP

Date: 07-Apr-2016 - 08-Apr-2016
Location: Medenine, El Fje, Tunisia
Contact Person: Zeineb Deymi
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1Up2sU7ShgNtXwAZ_uwMmwOGRaGy-p61kFmKyqBMaTeo/viewform

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

Call Deadline: 28-Feb-2016

Meeting Description:

The English Department at the Higher Institute of Human Sciences, Medenine - Tunisia, is pleased to announce its First International Conference on Language Teaching Pedagogy under the theme:

''New Directions in Language Teaching Pedagogy: ICT, an Impetus for Change?''

The conference is jointly organized with Tunisia TESOL, from 7-8 April 2016, at the Arid Regions Institute in Medenine. It is convened to be a forum bringing together the various stakeholders (researchers, teachers. education policy makers. students, ICT experts etc.) to share their ideas, insights, concerns. research results, and personal constructions of ''best practices,'' informed and enhanced by the judicious use of ICT.

As Fullan (1991) asserted, innovation with ICT cannot be assimilated unless its meaning is shared. Hence, we have chosen ''Share. Reflect, Empower'', as a motto for our conference.

The Conference Venue: The conference will be held at the Arid Regions Institute (IRA)
Route du Djorf km 22. El Fje 4119, Medenine. Tunisia.

Website: http://www.ira.agrinet.tn

Call for Papers:

The organizers welcome submissions in the form of papers, workshops, poster sessions, panel discussions and/or product demos focusing on, but not limited to, the following research themes:

- Technology and educational policy
- ICT and the promotion of quality in language learning/teaching
- Educational technology Vs. technology in education
- Classical vs. ICT-based language learning theories
- Modes of learning: distance education, blended learning, e-learning, m-learning, MOOCs
- Social media in language learning and teaching
- Modes and modalities of Assessment and ICT
- The changing role of the teacher and student
- Adaptive learning and testing
- ICT and student motivation
- Continuous Professional Development (CPD)
- ICT in curriculum design and material development
- Course-ware (LMS/CMS/VLE) and learning environments
- The use of ICT in TEFL, ESP, and TEYL

Please fill out the application form and abstract submission form on this page:
https://docs.google.com/a/linguistlist.org/forms/d/1Up2sU7ShgNtXwAZ_uwMmwOGRaGy-p61kFmKyqBMaTeo/viewform

Deadline for registration : February 28, 2016


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