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TATE 6th International Conference & Exhibition 2018

HUMANIZING ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING

Announcement and Call for Papers

11-12-13 May, 2018

Abstract submission deadline extended to April 7, 2018

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Fees & Payment

Payment is required upon registration

Package Amount
Non-Tunisian presenter:
Full package (including accommodation (2 nights))
300 Euros
Non-Tunisian participant:
Full package (including accommodation (2 nights))
280 Euros
Tunisian participants (Presenters)
Full package (including accommodation (2 nights))
310 TND
Tunisian participants(Attendees)
Full package (including accommodation (2 nights))
300TND
Tunisian participants(Attendees)
Full package (including accommodation (1 night))
180TND
Tunisian participants(Student Attendees)
ESPECIALLY FOR PhD, MA & BA STUDENTS
If youare a PhD, MA or BA student you would like to attend TATE conference, to network and meet experts in your field.Full package (including accommodation ( 2 nights))
250 TND
(in a different hotel; next to Golden Tulip hotel)
Participation in Conference + Coffee breaks
without accommodation
120 TND

Please Note:

  • Presidents and ex-presidents of teachers’ associations are granted 30% discount.
  • In order to receive member pricing, you should be a TATE member. If you need to renew your membership, contact TATE’s office.
  • A 20 dinar-discount for students and participants with a TATE 2017 membership card.
skills-brain

The conference aims to foreground the urgent need to humanize education, namely to look for ways that would support the learners to be cognitively, emotionally, and psychologically prepared to acquire English language. It also seeks to redress the discrepancy between the educational philosophy stated in official documents and classroom practices. In short, humanizing education is meant to empower teachers, learners, and stakeholders to become agents of change, to create and re-create society and to increase freedom. A humanizing education heals, repairs and transforms. TATE 6th International Conference and Exhibition invites participants from diverse disciplines to take part in a constructive dialogue about the pedagogical possibilities to promote interpersonal and intercultural competences, and to apply the fundamental tenets of humanistic education such as personal growth, the development of human values, and the active engagement of learners affectively and intellectually. The conference will also be a chance for ELT professionals to explore new approaches and discuss major challenges in teaching English in Tunisia and beyond.

TATE 2018 HONORARY/PLENARY SPEAKERS

TATE conference organizing committee has decided to use TATE Annual International Conference & Exhibition to honor two persons who have contributed significantly to the development of English Language Teaching in Tunisia and/or globally. The Honorary Speakers are paid tribute to in a special session during the conference.

Pr. Ayatollah Labadi

Anoir-Jaoua

Mr. Anouar Jaoua

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              Questions that can be debated in the conference

              The conference organizing committee invites you to submit a proposal related, but not necessarily limited, to the following areas of research:

              • Questioning conventional pedagogical beliefs and practices
              • Deconstructing notions of domination and power in education
              • Reconciling debilitating dichotomies in education
              • Denaturalizing commonsensical pedagogy
              • Problematizing givens
              • Engaging in praxical thinking
              • Contesting meta-narratives in pedagogy
              • Reconceptualizing « Method » & New trends in ELT methodology
              • Reclaiming the Affect
              • Revolutionizing the curriculum and classroom practices
              • Deconstructing metanarratives in education
              • Daring through anecdotal evidence
              • Teacher certification and Continuous Professional Development (CPD)
              • Teaching English to young learners TEYL
              • ELT at tertiary level
              • ESP (English for Specific Purposes) and CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning
              • ELT and vocational education
              • Quality assurance of language learning
              • Educational policies/ reforms and implementation
              • Languages and employability
              • Language testing and assessment
              • Innovation and change in ELT
              • Technology in teaching, learning and the job market
              • Literature and teaching
              • Teaching / learning needs in the 21st century
              • Cross cultural understanding
              • ESP teacher development.
              • Cross-cultural communication in ESP
              Sponsors & Partners

              The conference will be in hotel golden tulip hammamet
              Address
              3 km du port de Yasmine Hammamet
              tate_tunisia.iatefl2016@yahoo.com
              + 216 22 701 733