Updated 8th October 2018
Creating Community: Learning Together (CCLT) is an informal afternoon conference organised by LD SIG members in Tokyo.
We warmly invite proposals from students and teachers interested in sharing their work on learner development issues that interest them, for example autonomy, motivation, L1-L2 use, literacy, identity, critical pedagogy, creativity, Exploratory Practice, qualitative research (e.g., focus groups, interviewing, narrative research), content-based learning, (learner) use of technology, student research projects, goal-setting, self-assessment, self-evaluation, visualizing learner development, multilingualism, teacher learning, and so on.
The conference offers opportunities for teachers and their students to take part and, if they want to, give poster/digital display presentations, as well as have conversations and discussions, about various issues to do with learner development.
History: CCLT3 took place in December 2016. Thirty-four students and 30 teachers attended, and by all accounts everybody had a very enjoyable afternoon – inspiring presentations and convivial discussions, with many different LD members leading the reflection circles after each of the three rounds of presentations. You can find the conference programme booklet here.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact Andy, Jenny and Ken (Tokyo get-together organisers) at <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Many thanks!