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2017 ISLLLE

The International Symposium on Language, Linguistics, Literature and Education (ISLLLE) is an international platform for scholars, researchers and practitioners to discuss interdisciplinary research and practices in the fields of Language, Linguistics, Literature, Education and all sub-fields.

 

2017 ISLLLE will take place from August 14-16, 2017 in Osaka, Japan. Prospective authors are invited to submit original research abstracts or full papers which were not, are not and have not been submitted/published/under consideration in other conferences and journals. 

 

For more details, please visit ISLLLE Website!

 

Adriana E. Edwards Wurzinger 

Keynote Speaker: Associate Professor Adriana E. Edwards Wurzinger

Saitama University, Center for English Education & Development (CEED)

Japan, Saitama Prefecture

Topic:  Riding the Burnout Wave: A Sociological Approach to Understanding and Tackling Burnout

 

Keynote Summary:  

Nobody is completely free from the effects of stress. No news there.

 

There is nothing wrong with the exhilarating feeling of being challenged, with the adrenaline that a limited amount of stress (the kind you can keep under control) can bring to our professional lives, but how much is enough? Where is the thin line between positive, creativity-fostering stress, and simple, straightforward burnout?

 

During this presentation, we will uncover and discuss the elements of burnout using sociological principles, aiming at creating a scaffolding of strategies that would allow the participants to put together their very own "survival kit".

 

Be prepared to participate! This will be the kind of talk where you'll have to walk the walk!

 

ISLLLE History

2016 ISLLLE was held in Okinawa, Japan, during August 2-4.

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For more photos, please visit HEF Facebook page

 

 Dr. Stacey Vye

 Keynote Speaker

 Dr. Stacey Vye
 Associate Professor
 Center for English Education and Development
 Saitama University

Topic:  Creativity, Collaborative Autonomy, and Innovation in Education

 

Tags: EducationLinguistics and Literature