From Sage On Stage To Guide On The Side: My Journey As An Educator In Japan by Jason Wolfe

by Jason Wolfe Bio: Designing a classroom experience centered around creativity and innovation is an exciting topic for this educator with a background in plant ecology and corpus linguistics.  Jason Wolfe, a Canadian long term Tokyo resident, has taught eikaiwa, high school, and university, and now teaches design full-time and speaks…

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How To Use Logic To Improve Your EFL Students’ Writing by Liang Ye

by Liang Ye   Bio: Liang Ye is an accidental English teacher. Her previous professional experience was in public policy with the Singapore Government. She holds a Bachelor of Social Science (double major in Sociology and Psychology), a Masters of Arts in Sociology, and also a Level 7 Diploma in TESOL. She…

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Harassment In Japan Experienced By ALTs by Farrah Hasnain

by Farrah HasnainBio: Farrah Hasnain is currently in her fifth year of the Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme and is from Washington, DC. She is an Assistant Language Teacher at a senior high school in Hamamatsu, Shizuoka. Her research interests include the ethnography of immigrant and minority communities in Japan…

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7 Reasons Why English Only Classes Alone Won’t Fix Japan’s English Problems by David L. Hayter

by David L. HayterBio: David L. Hayter works as a Lead Assistant Language Teacher (ALT) in Japan. Although he primarily teaches junior high school, he has taught all the grades from kindergarten through ninth grade.Aside from teaching classes in junior high school, his other duties include training and managing new ALTs, designing…

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English In Japan In 2020: A Reality Check For Elementary and Junior High School ALTs by Craig Hoffman

by Craig HoffmanBio: Craig Hoffman is a novelist, writer, blogger, and Social Media guru living in Japan. He spent years as an ALT-CIR and consults with ALTs and school boards on a variety of English teaching issues. Craig can be found at @craighoffman11 on Twitter and at https://craiginjapan.wordpress.com/blog/.Assistant Language Teachers (ALTs)…

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