455 Vine St, Winston-Salem, NC 27101
2019 Southeastern Association of Teachers of Japanese (SEATJ) Conference is now open.
About this year's conference:
The 2019 SEATJ Conference will be held at Wake Downtown, Wake Forest University's downtown campus in Winston-Salem, NC, on Saturday, March 2, with Yo Azama as the keynote speaker. The theme of the conference is “Advocacy for Japanese Language Education in the 21st Century.” The conference aims to facilitate discussions that examine the significance of Japanese language education and explore ideas for innovative teaching and activities that help advocate for our profession. Session schedule and descriptions are available on the conference website.
To register for the conference, please complete the online form by January 31. A special conference rate at Fairfield Inn will be available until 5:00pm on Feb. 1. Please go to the conference website for more information.
Incentive for K-12 educators:
This year, SEATJ offers a registration fee waiver for up to ten participants. Priority goes to K-12 teachers. You may request a waiver on the registration form.
SEATJ is an organization serving all levels of Japanese teachers, and we welcome K-12 educators, community college and university instructors, and graduate students, including both native and non-native speakers of Japanese.
Please feel free to contact me when you have any questions. I'm looking forward to seeing many of you on March 2nd!