Updated October 6
Seven aspiring teachers in a Research Methodologies in English Education seminar are blogging. We live in Northern Japan. Some of the students aspire to be elementary school teachers, some junior high school teachers, and others are perhaps undecided. Come October 8, they will begin blogging about issues in education in Japan that concern them, their teaching experiences, or anything else they wish to discuss! Their pages are listed below:
This course will end in January, 2006 for Bonsai, Hope, and YuS but will continue into next fall for the remaining students.
I am involved in English Teacher Education in Japan. I started this blog in 2005 and abandoned and returned to it a couple of times. Here, I write about things I have tried in class, my experience in teacher education in Japan and other places, and deep thoughts about the origin of the universe. This blog used to be anonymous but no longer. I try not to write anything that will get me fired.
Sunday, August 28, 2005
EFL at Primary School through High School in Japan
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Labels: teaching English in Japan
Thursday, August 04, 2005
MMCE Facilitator's Handbook
Welcome to the English Teacher Discussion Forum. This is a blog I use for another class but it will now also be used for MMCE! This post is for the Facilitator's Portfolio I created for a "class" called the "Meeting of Multicultural Educators." The objective of the portfolio is for me to one 1) consider how a strong curriculum can be built for this learning experience and 2) serve as a resource of ideas for other practioners to try and improve on. If you have looked at the portfolio and have any thing you would like to say. Please write a comment to this post.
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Labels: cross-cultural understanding
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