JALT LD-SIG Blog

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Tokyo Get-together, 24 June 2018

Tokyo Get-together, 24 June 2018 Otsuma Women’s University, Chiyoda Campus, Building A, Room A357 from 2.30 to 5.00 pm. On the 24th we hope to continue discussions around the question of What meanings might...

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Video Voices at ILA2018

Video Voices at ILA2018: The conference chairs of ILA2018 are inviting anyone – whether you can attend the conference or not – to add their voice to the experience of ILA 2018 through a...

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2018 LD SIG Grants

2018 LD SIG Grants 1. Introduction Every year, the Learner Development (LD) SIG provides grants to support members’ professional development, research and educational- and volunteer-related activities and projects in the broad area of learner...

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Talking Points Blog, January 2017

January 2017 Greetings all, & apologies for the long-dormant state of this, the Talking Points blog of the Learner Development SIG. I am working on getting a reboot in motion, and to do so,...

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Talking Points February 2016

Getting started with the Talking Points Column for 2016 Arts education, learner autonomy, and learner advising (指導, 指導者) Greetings all, Hope everyone has gotten off to a good start in the New Year. This...

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Talking Points December 2015

An Interview with Masuko Miyahara For the December Talking Points, we interviewed Masuko Miyahara, who recently published a book called Emerging Self-Identities and Emotion in Foreign Language Learning: A Narrative Approach (2015). Masuko, herself,...

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Talking Points November 2015

One Shot Learner Development Here Jim Ronald and Naomi Fujishima, with some input from students and from the Hiroshima LD Get-together participants, discuss whether a single lecture or meeting with students on the topic...