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You know that phrase “just like riding a bike?” I suppose the creator of this phrase found riding bikes to be the most natural thing in the world; even after not riding their bike for a long time, he or she could remember everything the second they started pedaling. Well, I envy them.
April 10, 2013 | Guides | No Comments
So we have entered into the new fiscal year, which means that some changes were made to your staff. This, in turn, means that sometime in April, the staff that has left will come back one day to have an official ceremony to say goodbye to the students, and then you will be asked to […]
At “The Japanese Experience: Technology Transfer, Transformation, and Development” you can find a Japanese government website that provides free, English-language (or Japanese) text resources on various topics about Japanese society and history, including transportation, economic policy, female labor, pollution, technology, and more. If you have a project you’re working on, are looking for some quality […]
March 4, 2013 | Guides | 4 Comments
My first year on JET, as I followed the other teachers to the school gym for graduation, I was filled with anticipation and excitement. I was eager to celebrate my students’ accomplishments and the completion of an important step in their education. Hours later I was stiff, cold, and a little confused about what I […]