Ariko Nishimura (left) and Jean Kirschenmann (right).
TESOL instructor Jean Kirschenmann gave a daylong workshop on communicative English language teaching strategies for children and youth on November 11. Nearly 40 public school teachers from throughout central Japan gave up their Saturday to attend the event sponsored by the Nagoya University of Foreign Studies (NUFS) graduate TESOL program, a strong partner of HPU TESOL for nearly 20 years. Attendees included several teachers who came to HPU as part of the partnership then went on to earn a MA TESOL degree from HPU. One of them is Ariko Nishimura (pictured with Kirschenmann on the right).
Read more about Kirschenmann’s workshop in NUFS's newsletter: https://www.nufs.ac.jp/media/Newsletter202307.pdf
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