Tuesday, February 24, 2015

ACTC 2015 - The Fifth Asian Conference on Technology in the Classroom


The final submission deadline for the Asian Conference on Technology in the Classroom 2015, held from April 30 to May 3 at the Art Center of Kobe in Kobe, Japan, is rapidly approaching.

This conference, themed "Integrated Practices: Creating Experiences to Enhance Learning", has already received more than 400 submissions from researchers and professionals from around the globe. To be considered for presentation at this event, submit your abstract by March 1, 2015 at http://iafor.org/cfp.

***Develop policies. Exchange ideas. Promote new partnerships. Experience Japan.

Join us in Kobe, Japan for presentations on Language Learning and Technology in the Classroom from:

*Keynote Speaker
Kay Irie, Gakushuin University, Japan
"Integrating Language Learning as Part of A Self Narrative"

*Featured Speaker
Michael Griffin, Chung-Ang University, South Korea
"How we talk about English Teaching (in South Korea)"

*Featured Speakers
Kristen Sullivan & Paul Collett, Shimonoseki University, Japan

- Hear the latest developments in Technology in the Classroom and Language Learning research.
- Excellent opportunities to promote your research, organisation, or institution.
- Have your research published in the official conference proceedings and eligible for journal publication
- Participate in interactive audience sessions
- Daily refreshment breaks and snacks
- International networking opportunities

For details on how to join as an audience member and further registration details, please go to http://iafor.org/actc2015-registration/

Any queries can be directed to actc@iafor.org

We look forward to meeting you in Japan!

***Conference Theme: "Integrated Practices: Creating Experiences to Enhance Learning"

Educators face continually shifting demands from all directions: students, administrators, and society. With some of these demands, teachers and learners may feel greater isolation and pressure. These trends may be seen in the disaggregation of the university or in frequent testing of discrete outcomes for analysis and accountability purposes. In the face of these developments, it is more important than ever to reflect on learning as experience, and to bring theory, research, and craft to bear on creating those experiences.

Dewey wrote that, "the central problem of education based on experience is to select the kind of present experiences that live fruitfully and creatively in future experiences". So, how does research in second language acquisition and teacher expertise tell us which experiences live on in communication? How do learning theories direct us to view the connections between experiences? And, how can application of technology both become normalized and create vivid experiences?

Finally, we need personal and professional integration. Coming together to share best practices in these twinned conferences is a chance to share and develop ways to better integrate our institutions, teachers, and most of all the experiences of the learners in a coherent practice of education.

Submissions will be organized into the following streams:

-Beyond Web 2.0
-Computer Adaptive Testing
-Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL)
-Digital literacy
-e-Assessment and new Assessment Theories and Methodologies
-e-learning and collaborative learning
-Education in a virtual world
-Future Classrooms
-Human computer interaction
-Instructional Technology
-Integrating e-learning in classroom based language teaching
-Interactive Whiteboard technologies (Blackboard, WebCT, etc.)
-Language Labs
-Learning Systems Platforms
-Mobile learning
-Mobile technologies
-Moodle and Classroom Teaching
-Multimedia
-New Technologies
-Open and distance learning technologies
-Social networking
-Support Centers
-Teaching online
-Telecollaboration
-Video Podcasting
-Virtual and personal learning environments
-Virtual Communities
-Web 2.0 technologies in the classroom
-Web-based Learning
-Web-based Writing Education
-Wikis, Blogs, and Online Journals

Submit today!
http://iafor.org/cfp





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