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IATEFL Membership No. 28598
Not breaking its momentum, GEN-TEFL to hold second seminar-workshop
By: Claudine Malis
Phitsanulok, Thailand ─ Not taking a break after one of its major event in early July, the second international conference, GEN-TEFL is set to hold its second seminar-workshop on the 15th of July 2017. The event will focus on two main topics: Effective Use of Teaching Resources and Technology; and Major Schools of Psychology and their Influence in Modern Education. The speakers are seasoned English-language teachers from Thailand and Sri Lanka, Mr. Napat Jitpaisarnwattana and Ms. Vinthiya Balachandran, respectively.
Mr. Jitpaisarnwattana is a lecturer from Department of Western Languages in the Faculty of Archaeology of Silpakorn University. He holds a master’s degree in Digital Language and Literacies from Lancaster University in the UK. He is on his way to earning his doctorate degree in Applied Linguistics from King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT), Thailand. He will be speaking on the topic of Effective Use of Teaching Resources and Technology.
The second topic, Major Schools of Psychology and their Influence in Modern Education, will be handled by Ms. Balachandran, a Fullbright Scholar with a Master of Education degree in School Psychology from The College of St. Rose, New York, USA. She finished her bachelor’s degree in Psychology at the University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka. Currently, she works as a lecturer and course coordinator at Naresuan University Language Center (NULC).
The registration for the said seminar-workshop is pegged at 500 baht inclusive of seminar kits, printed Certificate of Attendance and refreshments. The whole event will run from five in the afternoon until 10:30 pm, to accommodate attendees who might otherwise be unavailable if the seminar-workshop were scheduled earlier in the day. July 12, 2017