STI West Negros University in collaboration with International TESOL Education and Consultancy Corporation (ITECC) will be hosting the International Educators’ Conference and the 1st Early Childhood Education Conference on October 23-25, 2017 at STI WNU.
School administrators, curriculum implementers, school heads, subject specialists, teachers and professionals will be participating in the 3-day conference with the theme Overcoming Borders in Education.
Certificates for the International Educators’ Conference (IEC) 2017 and the 1st Early Childhood Education Conference (ECEC) will be given to participants. They will likewise obtain Professional Development TESOL Certificates equivalent to 30 hours which will be credited to the 120-hour TESOL Certification Course that they can pursue after the conferences.
Moreover, topics on technology in education, blended learning, teaching young learners, NeuroELT-Neuroscience and English language teaching, among others will also be discussed.
Meanwhile, plenary speakers include; Dr. Tracey Tokuhama Espinosa, Professor and Director of the Applied Educational Research Center- Latin American School of Social Sciences at Harvard University, USA; Marco Brazil, Global expert in Teaching Young Learners, Founder and executive training director of the Institute of English Teaching to Children (IETC), Associate of International Teacher Development Institute (iTDi), presenter for Oxford University Press Japan and Macmillan Education Asia; Ai Murphy, School Directress of the Murphy School of Education, Fukouka, Japan; Teaching Young Learners expert; Neuro-ELT FAB Founder-an organization that promotes the application of neuroscience concepts in education and Prof. Robert Murphy, Mind, Brain, and Education Science expert; Professor from University of Kitakyushu, Japan and University of Birmingham, UK; Neuro-ELT FAB Founder-an organization that promotes the application of neuroscience concepts in education.
For more information, you may contact Dr. Maria Teresa Asistido at Teresa.firstname.lastname@example.org or 434-4561 local 123. * (rrmalo-oy/stiwnu)