VOD Registration: Online Workshops for Japanese Language Teachers (Apr 2020)
VOD (Video on Demand) for each session now available
until October 31, 2020.
If you would like to watch the following workshops’ VOD, please register below.
- Session 1: “Enjoy Japanese Lessons Using ZOOM” <Held on April 22 & 29 (Wed)>
- Session 2: “Using Resources Effectively for Online Teaching” <Held on April 23 & 30 (Thu)>
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Due to the effect of COVID-19, many schools have been forced into delivering lessons online. This shift to online learning also applies to Japanese classes. For many Japanese language teachers, moving Japanese classes online involves many challenges. To assist teachers with the transition, The Japan Foundation, Sydney is running online workshops with tips for teaching online classes. Let’s explore how we can create a fun and engaging online class for students, and be able to see students’ live reactions!
*These workshops are designed for Australian teachers, although teachers from other countries can also participate.
Session 1: “Enjoy Japanese Lessons Using ZOOM” <Held on April 22 & 29 (Wed)>
Find out about the basic features of ZOOM, and learn tips for making your online classes more interactive.
Session 2: “Using Resources Effectively for Online Teaching” <Held on April 23 & 30 (Thu)>
Learn how to deliver interactive online classes and us
Workshop language: Japanese and English
Mami Saito: Senior Language Consultant at The Japan Foundation, Sydney
Himiko Negishi-Wood: Language Consultant at The Japan Foundation, Sydney
Shunsuke Hirakawa: Language Consultant at The Japan Foundation, Sydney
Minako Kadoi: Language Consultant at The Japan Foundation, Sydney
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This event was held online via web conference.
Japanese Language Department
The Japan Foundation, Sydney