The TESOL Indonesia 2016 Conference

Asian EFL Journal, TESOL Asia and TESOL Indonesia


The TESOL Indonesia 2016 Conference

August 11, 12, 13 , 2016

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The Inaugural TESOL Indonesia International Conference on English Language Teaching will be held on August 11-13, 2016 at University of Mataram, Lombok, Indonesia. The theme for the 2016 conference is: “Teaching & Learning English in Indonesia – Future Trends and Approaches”.

Held in the tropical oasis of Lombok, the conference will bring together English Language Professionals from around the world to share, learn and further English language teaching and research.

Lombok is easily accessible with international and domestic flights and great value for money for accommodation, food and transport.  And with a great venue in University of Mataram, this conference represents a great value for money.

As an added benefit, all presenters will be able to be published in an ELE journal.

Key Speakers:

  • Prof. Rod Ellis
  • Prof. Beata Webb
  • Prof. John Adamson
  • Prof. Phyllis Chew
  • Prof. Nick Mitchelmore
  • Prof. Winnie Cheng

Call for Abstracts (Open) Submit Abstract Here

Abstracts on the following topics are invited (up to 250 words with 50 word bio):

  • Second language acquisition research
  • TESOL certification off and on line
  • Methodologies
  • Task based teaching
  • Classroom room teaching issues
  • Teaching English
  • Testing
  • Curriculum development
  • Curriculum analysis
  • Vocabulary acquisition
  • TPRS
  • Opportunities and Challenges Facing the Teaching Profession
  • Teacher Education for new and prospective English teachers
  • Student Engagement in Language Learning
  • Effective Methods for Language Teaching
  • Issues in TESOL methodologies
  • Careers for Women in TESOL
  • CLIL
  • Gender, TESOL and the curriculum
  • Gender, TESOL and higher education
  • Education from a gender perspective
  • Gender, education and International development
  • Diversity, multiculturalism and TESOL
  • Teacher training, gender and TESOL
  • Culture and power in education
  • History of gender and education
  • Second language acquisition research or findings (undertaken or being undertaken)
  • Teaching English in Diverse settings
  • TEYL -Teaching English to young Learners (research finding or current research)
  • Lesson Planning theory for young learners
  • Culture and language
  • Your own research
  • Issues in Teaching English in a particular country

Special Invitation:

To all undergrad students who wish to Present their first ever international TESOL Conference paper on the above or areas they are currently studying.

Conference Objectives:

  1. The Conference brings together academic staff members, women and men administrators and policy makers of the global academic community involved in language teaching to exchange ideas, explore chartered and unchartered areas of research with a view to addressing issues related to TESOL, student engagement in language learning and identifying effective language teaching methods.
  2. The researchers, scholars and practitioners from academia present their recent findings and discuss future trends, directions and new challenges pertaining to thematic areas of the conference.
  3. Provide opportunity to the delegates to meet and to listen to the speeches of the world leaders in TESOL such as Prof. Rod Ellis
  4. After the Conference, all abstracts and presentations will be printed in conference proceedings to maintain record of the conference.
  5. Full text papers will republished in Asian EFL Journal or Asian ESP Journal issues. SCOPUS INDEXED (full paper due by December 31st) English Language Education group SCOPUS indexed journals.

Required for Submission:

  • Abstract Title
  • Abstract (maximum of 250 words)
  • Biography (maximum of 100 words)
  • 2×2 photo (for the Conference Abstract Book)


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