Osaka JALT - Back to School 2017
Teachers and students of all kinds are all very welcome and encouraged to submit proposals for any kind of presentation, including group presentations, workshops, round-table discussions, you name it. Space and time permitting, we'll do our best to fit you in.

This year’s event is being co-sponsored by Osaka Jogakuin University - Research Institute of Intercultural Collaboration and Coexistence Research on Language Learning.

Submissions DEADLINE: April 30, 2017.

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