The second workshop in our series (Tuesday evenings December 3 to January 21) will help you learn to how to create your own website and promote yourself as a teacher.
Japanese-language education support overseas is one of the central activities of the Japan Foundation. It plays a key role in promoting Japanese-language education in Canada through its various activities.
For people who want to learn more about the Japanese language and culture.
Workshops, network development, etc. for Japanese-language teachers in Canada.
Programs administered by the Japan Foundation Head Office in Japan for Japanese-language teachers as well as specialists in Japan-related cultural and academic fields.
Available to Canadian educational institutions to support the dissemination of Japanese-language and the development of Japanese-language education.
Held annually in Ottawa, Toronto, Edmonton, and Vancouver.
Useful links for teachers and learners of Japanese as well as information about Japanese-language education overseas.
Message from People Studying Japanese of the World ― It’s fun to study Japanese!
The Japan Foundation has put together a selection of messages from people studying Japanese, including Canada’s own KEVIN REYNOLDS!
Online Network for Heritage Language Education 2: Introduction of JALTA’s “Nippongo” textbooks (Tomoko Ujie Bailey) & sharing of classroom practices (Keiko Aoki)
In the second meeting of the Online Network for Heritage Language Education on December 17, there will be an introduction of “Nippongo” textbooks published by the Japanese Language Teachers Association (Tomoko Ujie Bailey), sharing of classroom practices (Keiko Aoki), and a round-table discussion by participants.
Talk by Michie Habuchi (Teacher, St. Margaret’s School) – Nov. 20 (Wed.) 8:00 – 9:00 pm (Eastern Time)
Topic: “Learning the Japanese Language and Heart through Tea Ceremony”
On Wednesday, October 9 from 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm EDT we will host an Online EdCamp for Japanese Language Teachers. Participants are welcome to suggest topics related to any problems they may have or something they want to hear others’ opinions on, etc.
While most of us are often in contact with social media in our daily lives, it is not a stretch to assume there are those who rarely use it in their classrooms. This workshop will run the 3rd Friday of each month from September 20 to February 21 and introduce Social Media to those who are not yet familiar with it.