After many months of waiting the results of the JET Programme Video Contest have finally been announced, and our own Rochelle Mighty is a winner! Congratulations to Rochelle for her outstanding entry, entitled “This is Japan.”
She received the Most Voted Video Award, so thank you to everyone who took the time to vote for her amazing video. This is an achievement that truly represents the best of Toyama, and it is something that we can all be proud of.
The Teaching Skills and Development Seminar for 2013 was a tremendous success.
A special thanks to Catherine Parng for designing such a spectacular cover.
With the climbing of Tateyama yesterday, Toyama Orientation 2013 has come to a close. Despite the weather, I hope everyone was able to have a memorable experience. Thank you to all the Toyama Orientation Assistants for making this year’s orientation an amazing success!
A special thanks to Kimberlee Chamberlain and Kai Ching Ong for designing such a spectacular cover. And of course, to Menolly Walter for creating beautiful new name tags for everyone.
Welcome to Toyama! Enjoy getting settled into your new home.
We look forward to meeting all of you. For a quick look at all the events to celebrate your arrival visit the events page.
Hello New Toyama JETs!
I know you are all very excited and perhaps a little nervous about diving into your new life in Toyama but worry not, the Toyama JETs have written letters on a variety of topics that you will certainly find useful as your prepare for your life as a JET. All ALTs should have already received this from your Contracting Organisations. If you have not, it’s probably in transit but you can also access it here.
Introducing a game to a lesson can immediately transform the classroom environment from drab to fab. It’s a simple way to grab your students attention and make learning English fun.
The games presented by our amazing Toyama JETs at the 2013 Spring Regional Meetings are officially up and can be accessed here.
We are happy to introduce the first ever Toyama JETs’ logo. Congratulations to Martyn Bissett for designing this truly stellar logo which combines the stunning snow capped Mt. Tate and the ptarmigan, the prefectural bird, which is beautifully wrapped in a tulip, Toyama’s prefectural flower.