2014 Spring ALT Meeting Recap

“The power of you is essential to improve English education in Ibaraki.” -Director of Ibaraki Board of Education Senior High School Division

A short recap of the presentations and workshops from the 2014 Spring ALT Meeting is now available in the Presentations page. Please click the link to have a quick look.

According the Ibaraki Prefectural Board of Education, we can also expect the following projects for the 2014-2015 fiscal year:

  • 22 August 2014: Interactive Forum in Tsukuba
  • 12 September 2014: Autumn ALT Meeting at the Mito International Association
  • 2 October 2014: Debate Judge Seminar
  • 19 October 2014: Workshop for the United Nations University Seminar begins (more information below)
  • 2 November 2014: The 4th Ibaraki Rose Cup (English Debate Tournament) at Mito 2nd High School
  • 21 November 2014: ALT Skills Development Conference at the Ibaraki Prefectural Office
  • 30 January 2015: Winter ALT Meeting at the Mito International Association

Please mark your calendars.

For more information about the Workshops for the United Nations University Seminar, please contact the Ibaraki Prefectural Board of Education or Cameron (project leader). The dates for this year’s workshops are as follows:

  • Workshop 1: 19 October 2014 (Sunday)
  • Workshop 2: 9 November 2014 (Sunday)
  • Workshop 3: 24 November 2014 (Monday, make-up holiday for 11.23)
  • Workshop 4: 23 December 2014 (Tuesday, holiday)
  • Workshop 5: 18 January 2014 (Sunday)
  • Workshop 6: 22 February 2014 (Sunday)

Archived articles are available on the Ibaraki Prefectural Board of Education’s website at the following links:

 

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