To support the teaching and research of the Japanese language
To promote the study of the Japanese language & culture in WA
Several field trips within Gifu Prefecture (Gujo, Toki, etc) and to nearby prefectures are included in the Course to deepen the students' understanding and appreciation of Japanese culture. Homestay experiences are also available to observe and participate in the everyday life of Japanese homes. The University also offers a field trip for overseas students.
Tofugu — A Japanese Culture & Language Blog
Six years ago, after 15 years teaching mainstream students and those with special needs, I enthusiastically took up the challenge to become a Japanese teacher. I now teach part-time across 2 sites. Having spent a year with my family as a JET in northern Hokkaido, I have recently returned to teaching with a renewed vigour and enthusiasm for all things Japanese! I’m delighted to be back on the JLTAWA Committee as Secretary and look forward to working with the Committee to promote the teaching of Japanese language and culture across WA.
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This program is designed to provide teachers of the Japanese language in overseas organizations who are early in their career with an opportunity to improve their Japanese language skills, acquire the basic teaching methodology and deepen their knowledge of Japan.
Japanese Culture Center – Chicago Martial and Cultural …
The Japan Foundation Japanese-Language Institute, Urawa (JFJLI, Urawa) organizes the training programs on the Japanese language, Japanese language teaching methodology and Japanese culture for those currently working as Japanese language teachers teaching outside of Japan.
The eligibility, duration, and content differ in every program.
Japanese Culture -- A Primer For Newcomers - The Japan FAQ
Training is provided to Japanese language teachers who are independently engaged in projects to resolve problems or challenges in developing teaching materials or curriculums so that they can improve their specialist knowledge and techniques in order to complete their projects. Applications as a team are accepted to accomplish certain projects. However, only three persons from each team can participate in the program.
Both native and non-native speakers of Japanese may participate in this program.