The 5th ICLLCE 2016 organizing committee is pleased to announce our featured speaker for the conference, Assoc. Prof Dr. Helen Boyd Toraskar from the Centennial College of Hong Kong. Currently conducting research in EFL teaching/learning and EFL teacher professional development, she will be presenting a paper titled “ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING EXPERTISE IN INDIA: A SOCIOCULTURAL ANALYSIS”. Don’t miss her session at the conference which will be held at 9.00 am on 29th August. Visit the 5th ICLLCE Website for more information.
After seriously weighing all of our options, the conference secretariat regrets to inform everyone that the 2nd International Conference on Language, Education, Humanities and Innovation (ICLEHI) 2015 which is scheduled to be held in Bangkok on 25-25 September this year has been postponed indefinitely.
This decision was largely made due to the unpredictable situation and the potential risks posed to attendees as a result of the security incident which occurred at the Erawan shrine in the city on 17 August. We apologise for any inconvenience caused but the safety of the conference’s participants is something that the secretariat takes really seriously.
Please contact us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to make a refund for the fees that you had paid.
Alternatively, for those who had their abstracts accepted, we offer automatic acceptance to other ICSAI.org conferences happening in South East Asia this year.
Please register to the new conference and inform us via email once you had made registration so that we can make the necessary arrangements. If you had already paid your fee for ICLEHI Bangkok, we will waive the fee for the conference you had chosen as a replacement as long as it is under the same category.
Below are the links to their respective online registration systems.
Thank you very much for your interest in ICLEHI. We will send you updates on the new ICLEHI conference location and date once it has been finalised.
The ICLICE 2015 Secretariat welcomes Professor Farzad Sharifian who will join the conference as a keynote speaker. Prof Sharifan is the current Associate Dean (Graduate Research) of the Faculty of Arts and the Director of the Language and Society Centre, Monash University, Australia.
He has made significant contributions to the development of Cultural Linguistics as an interdisciplinary area of research winning multiple awards in the course of his career. He has widely published in many international journals and edited books. Click HERE to learn more.
The ICLLCE 2015 secretariat welcomes Lance Knowles, co-founder and head of research at DynEd International as well as world-renowned expert in the development and use of interactive technologies in language learning as a Keynote Speaker at the conference.
With more than 35 years experience in language education, Mr. Knowles is the developer of Recursive Hierarchical Recognition (RHR), a learning theory that guides the design and implementation of effective language learning programs based on latest cognitive neuroscience research. Read more about his presentation HERE
The ICLLCE Secretariat has published an updated conference schedule and list of papers on its website. Please browse www.icllce.com to view.