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13th Asia TEFL International Conference

Creating the Future for ELT in Asia: Opportunities and Directions

International Youth Cultural Centre, Nanjing, China, 6-8 November, 2015

Call for Presentations

Conference Description

ELT professionals in Asia and beyond are invited to bring and share innovative policies, theories and practices related to ELT that not only address current problems but also point to future directions and help to create new opportunities. The 21st century Asia is a land bustling with economic and cultural activities that are contributing to the creation of a new Asian identity. In this major undertaking, the professionals of ELT from around the world have an important role to play. With your support and participation, we hope that when we meet at the 13th Asia TEFL International Conference in Nanjing, we will not only share ideas and build friendship, but work together to add an Asian voice to the new ELT of the world.

Subtopics/Content Areas

The Conference organizing committee invites submission of presentation proposals in the content areas listed below:

  • Education/Language Policy
  • Alternative Approaches and Methodologies
  • Curriculum Design
  • Language Acquisition
  • Digital Literacy
  • Flipped Classroom Teaching
  • Micro Teaching and MOOCs
  • Intercultural Awareness in the Classroom
  • Materials Development and Design
  • Motivation in Language Education
  • Testing and Evaluation
  • Teacher Education and Development
  • Asian Framework and Standards
  • Other related areas

Types of Presentations

  • Paper Presentation – 30 minutes
  • Panel/Colloquium – 60 minutes
  • Workshop – 60 minutes
  • Poster Presentation – 30 minutes
  • Demonstration – 30 minutes
  • Product Presentation – 30/60 minutes

Important Dates

Deadline for Submission of Presentation Proposals: 1 July 2015

Maximum 300 word abstract and 100 word biographical data should be submitted online: http://www.cflo.com.cn/asiatefl2015/

All presentations shall be made in English. Presenters are encouraged to submit full papers of their presentations to the Journal of Asia TEFL, the Association's refereed scholarly journal, to be considered for publication.

Notification of Abstract Acceptance: 1 August 2015




or Email: asiatefl2015@126.com

See you in Nanjing, China!