English Teacher Training (No Longer Being Updated)

This blog was designed for my English Teaching Methodologies class in Japan. The course has ended but anyone who is interested about using blogs in teacher training ot education in general is encouraged to explore this site. We used the blog to exchange opinions about the course content, provide each other feedback on our practice teaching, and talk to current teachers. To see a blog that is currently active, please go to the English Teacher Discussion Forum.

Thursday, June 02, 2005

Speak with other People - Dekita.org

Super Women and Men of the Phonebooth

Our blogs have been mentioned on a blog called "Dekita.org" (http://dekita.org/index.php) . Dekita.org is a place for people involved with EFL/ESL to exchange ideas about teaching, projects etc.. This could be a good chance for you to tell people about EFL in Japan, learn about how English or other foreign languages are taught in other countries, or exchange ideas with someone whom you would normally not be able to talk with. Please check it out!


  • At 3:26 PM, Blogger Jeff said…

    Nice pic. Is that the largest number of English Teacher Training folk you could fit into one phonebooth?

  • At 8:17 AM, Blogger JH said…

    Yes, we could have fit more but we were not ambitious enough that day.

  • At 11:45 AM, Blogger Guy Jean said…

    This is a very cool project! Kudos to you and your students (who are all obviously better than mine, if they can read and understand your blog postings!!). I don't teach teacher-eggs, but I asked a coupla classes recently about attendance taking: here


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