As the tech space matures, CALL as a discipline is driven by the complementing spheres of those developing new teaching techniques, and those researchers looking to ensure that teaching methodologies are based on sound principles and research. The focus of the 2020 conference is pedagogical innovations around technology usage. There will be presentations, workshops and posters where teachers introduce the what, how, and why of their classroom-based practices with tech.
• WHAT – What are you teaching? What do students do with the tech?
• HOW – How do you teach? How do you assess learning? How do you use the tech?
• WHY – Why that tech? Why that teaching approach?
Dates: June 6-7
Keynote Speaker:


Dr. Browne is Professor of Applied Linguistics and TESOL at Meiji Gakuin University. He is a specialist in Second Language Vocabulary Acquisition and Extensive Reading, especially as they apply to online learning environments, and has written dozens of research articles, books, and textbooks over his 30 years in Japan. In addition to his work in creating several important new corpus-based word lists and a wide range of free online tools to teach, learn and create texts based on these lists, he has also developed many free online ER/EL and vocabulary learning sites, tools and apps, working hard to share this knowledge through countless presentations, seminars and hand-on workshops around the world.

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