Jeonju-North Jeolla KOTESOL 2018 Regional Conference

What is KOTESOL?

KOTESOL is a non-profit, professional organization that seeks to assist teachers in self-development and improve English Language Teaching in Korea. At the JNJ Regional Conference, prepare to "Learn - Share - Succeed."

Meet our Speakers

Jeffrey D. Shelley

Freelancer, Seoul

Paul Johnson

Changshin University

Luis Roberto Caballero Orozco

Ulsan National University of Science & Technology

Rhea Metituk

University of Ulsan

Maria Lisak

Chosun University

KOTESOL Social Justice SIG FB Coordinator

Aaron Snowberger

Jeonju University

Google Certified Educator & Trainer

Hannah Jones

Teacher & Copyeditor

KOTESOL organizes fantastic, inspiring conferences. AngelaKOTESOL member since 2018

Conference Schedule

Time Session Speaker Venue
1:00 pm Registration Foyer
1:15 pm Opening Ceremony Room 1
1:30 pm Workshops A (50 min)
Anthropology: Building a Class Culture with Impact J. Shea Lee Room 1
To Be Rather than to Seem: Teaching Tips from a Punk Existentialist Paul Johnson Room 2
2:30 pm Workshops B (50 min)
Using Critical Pedagogy in the EFL Classroom Luis Caballero Room 1
Integration Station – Increasing Student Talking time & Spicing up the Classroom Rhea Metituk Room 2
3:30 pm Presentations (< 30 min)
Snowstorms & Cheatsheets - End of Term Reflection Maria Lisak Room 1
4:00 pm Atomic Habits that will turn you into a Superhero Aaron Snowberger
4:20 pm Creating an Interactive Classroom Hannah Jones
4:45 pm Closing Ceremony & Prize Draw
5:00 pm After party & dinner
Restaurant in Shinshikaji TBA

Tentative schedule. Times subject to change without notice.

Feedback

  • Andrew Griffiths Korea

    Just wanted to say a big thank you for your welcome and your support yesterday - I had a lot of fun presenting and I was really impressed with how high participation is in your chapter - amazing!

  • Joseph Greenwood Soongil University

    It was truly my pleasure. It was wonderful to meet you all. Jeonju was beautiful, we had a really great Sunday exploring. Fascinating city.

  • Leonie Overbeek Namyang/Gojeong Elementary

    I had a blast! I love seeing my Jeonju friends that I only catch up with at conferences.

  • Petra Glithero-Baldwin Korea

    Thank you all for your hospitality and organizing a great chapter meeting. It was my pleasure to be a part of it.

  • Stewart Gray Danguk University

    Thanks very much again for inviting me. It was an enjoyable workshop. Hope I'll see you all again before too long.

  • Michael Griffin Danguk University

    Hello and thank you again for having us. We really enjoyed the session and talking to people. It was a really nice group.

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Learn

Korea TESOL (aka KOTESOL) is an English teachers association dedicated to improving English language teaching and learning not only for our members but for all teachers in Korea, and beyond.

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Share

The role of KOTESOL is to promote scholarship, disseminate information, and facilitate cross-cultural understanding among persons concerned with teaching and learning of English in Korea.

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Succeed

All English teachers or English-based businesses, of any level or nationality, are eligible to join KOTESOL. Find out more at www.koreatesol.org/join-kotesol

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