Category Archives: Teaching in Japan

IUJ interlude

It’s my last weekend teaching English in the intensive immersion program at the International University of Japan and I’m scrambling to complete my grade reports, finish last-minute shopping, clean my flat, eat my food, wash my clothes, and tender my … Continue reading

Posted in Teaching in Japan | Tagged | 4 Comments

Fond Farewells, aka “To Sir with Love”

One of the few downsides to the teaching profession is the routine and inevitable conclusion of a term, usually an emotional and physical lump of dough filled with many too many things to do baked with too little sleep and … Continue reading

Posted in Teaching in Japan | Tagged , | 3 Comments

A day in the life

This post is going to take you through a normal day here at the International University of Japan. What’s actually kind of amazing is that “normal” consists of a bunch of young men and women from many cultures (Japanese, of … Continue reading

Posted in Teaching in Japan | Tagged | 1 Comment