Schedule for presentations by speaker Sacko

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Time Room No. Presenter Summary Format My Schedule
Nov 3 (Sunday); 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM Main Hall (3F) Sacko, Oussouby - Kyoto Seika University

Diverse Leaders in Japanese Education

In this plenary speech, I would like to share my experiences as a Japanese university manager with a foreign background, and to point out the necessity of collaboration between Japanese and foreign teachers to cope with the needs of more open and global education.

Plenary Session
Nov 3 (Sunday); 12:55 PM - 1:55 PM 1102 Sacko, Oussouby - Kyoto Seika University

Educational Leadership With Dr. Oussouby Sacko

This session will be an open discussion moderated by one of JALT2019's conference co-chairs, Catherine Littlehale Oki or Steven Herder. This format provides the opportunity to delve further into the themes introduced in Dr. Sacko's plenary while allowing participants to ask new questions around the topic of educational leadership. We invite audience members to bring questions about teaching, learning, and leading within the Japanese context.

Practice-Oriented Long Workshop

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