Category Archive: Japanese Language

Survey Report on Japanese-Language Education Abroad 2018

To obtain an accurate picture of the current state of Japanese-language teaching around the world, the Japan Foundation conducts a survey of overseas organizations offering Japanese-language courses every 3 years. The most recent survey was conducted in 2018, and the results are now available on the Japan Foundation website. Continue reading →

The Japan Foundation is recruiting Japanese-Language specialists for their “Japanese-Language Specialists Dispatch Program”

Application deadline: Wednesday, August 12th (Japan Time) Continue reading →

2020 Summer Language Brush up Workshop for Japanese-Language Teachers

If you would like to brush up your Japanese this summer, please join this free online language brush up course for Japanese language teachers. This workshop covers one chapter of Marugoto Intermediate 1 (B1) for 4 days (August 4, 6, 11, & 13!)

JFT Online ‘Sawakai’ for Japanese Teachers (7)

The JFT Online ‘Sawakai’ for Japanese Teachers is a place where teachers can share with others how their online classes are going. All topics are welcome, including if you have any ideas you would like to try out, anything you feel a little stuck on, etc.
The topic for the 7th ‘Sawakai’ on Tuesday, June 16 will be “How did everyone’s classes go this week?”

Online Teachers’ Workshop: JFT Japanese Language Courses Video Class Observation

Saturday, June 20, 2020, 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm Eastern Time
In this workshop, we showcase videos taken during our year-long Japanese language courses. Through this recorded class observation, we hope that participating teachers have the chance to reflect on their own teaching and to share things they would like to implement in class and potential challenges that could arise.