“Be the Teacher! Inspiring students to find their own voice in English” ‪on October 13‬

Dear Educator,

National Geographic Learning is pleased to invite you to a professional development workshop –

“Be the Teacher! Inspiring students to find their own voice in English” on October 13.

Three professionals in the field of teaching junior and senior high school will present, followed by a panel discussion. It will be full of useful teaching ideas and is free to attend.

Please visit the website link below for more details and registration.

https://ngljapan.com/betheteacher-hs3/

SCHEDULE

Date: October 13 (Saturday)

Time: 13:00 – 18:00

Place: Waseda University, Waseda Campus Building 8, 3F – Conference room 303/304/305

SPEAKERS

Tomoyuki Shibahara (Kanda University of International Studies) – (Presentation in Japanese)

Takao Yamamoto (Tokyo Metropolitan Musashi Junior High School) – (Presentation in Japanese)

Joseph Shaules (Juntendo University) – (Presentation in English)

Click here to download the event flyer for more information.

Please note that seats are limited – register in advance via the link below to avoid disappointment.

CLICK HERE FOR FREE REGISTRATION NOW!

We look forward to seeing you there!

National Geographic Learning | Cengage Learning K.K.

National Geographic Learning | Cengage Learning K.K.

No 2 Funato Bldg. 5F, 1-11-11 Kudankita, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0073

TEL: 03 3511 4392 | www.cengage.jp/elt | elt@cengagejapan.com

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