A Year 6 student located in Beecroft is seeking a Japanese tutor from January 2019. If you are interested in the position, please contact Irene Chan.
JTAN will be holding their Term 4 TeachMeet for primary school teachers of Japanese on Saturday 17 November 2018 from 9:30am-3:30pm at Balgowlah Heights Public School.
The focus for this TeachMeet will be on sharing a scope and sequence and a unit of work based on the new K-10 Japanese syllabus. For information and registration details, please see the flyer attached.
For further enquiries, please contact Sue Palmer.
Balgowlah Heights Public School is hosting a TeachMeet for teachers of primary Japanese. TeachMeets are organised by teachers, for teachers, and these collaborative opportunities influence future professional development opportunities. Details of the TeachMeet are as follows:
Date: Saturday 7 April
Time: 9.30 am-1.00 pm
Venue: Balgowlah Heights Public School Library – 9b Lewis St, Balgowlah Heights NSW
Key focus: Primary advocacy and support
For further information and to register your attendance please contact Sue Palmer at firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively email@example.com.
Penrose Public School is seeking a Japanese teacher for half a day per week to continue a successful Japanese program. Penrose Public School is a small primary school in the southern tablelands with thirteen students. If you are interested, please contact the principal, Jenelle Lawrence.
The Japan Foundation January intensive seminar for primary teachers - Applications close 26 November 2017
The Japan Foundation, Sydney is taking applications for the intensive seminar for primary teachers to be held in in Sydney in January 2018.
Due to budget cuts, this will be the last intensive seminar with accommodation grants provided by The Japan Foundation. As a result of revisions made to the eligibility criteria, applicants who have participated in intensive seminars within the last three years are now eligible to attend.
2018 January intensive seminar
More information can be found on The Japan Foundation website.
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