If “Teaching English in Japanese High Schools” were a movie, these six characters would get the lead roles.
By Alex Rickert on June 21, 2018
GaijinPot investigates two common types of visas for teachers in Japan that cause the most confusion.
By Matthew Coslett on June 19, 2018
As Japan’s Samurai Blue head to the FIFA World Cup once again, here’s how you, your school and your community can use its teaching moments and be a part of the action.
By Liam Carrigan on June 5, 2018
Being an assistant language teacher in Japan isn’t as bad as you may have heard.
By Liam Carrigan on May 29, 2018
Once you get past your initial nerves and reservations, interviewing in Japanese will boost both your career prospects and your self-confidence.
By Liam Carrigan on May 11, 2018
Moving to new digs doesn’t need to be as stressful or as costly as you think. A few simple steps before the big day can ensure everything goes smoothly, whether your moving across town or to another prefecture.
By Liam Carrigan on April 28, 2018
Learn how being an assistant language teacher in Japan has turned you into a valuable team player for your next employer.
By Cara Lam on April 19, 2018
With the Olympics drawing closer, the government is finally getting serious about English in elementary schools.
By Liam Carrigan on April 17, 2018
Schools in Japan have many customs but the first energetic greeting of students in morning can set the tone for your students — and you!
By GaijinPot Partners on March 22, 2018
What is the Eiken test and why is it so important to your students?
By Liam Carrigan on March 13, 2018
Things will go wrong in an English class, but if you plan ahead for possible hiccups you will rarely be caught by surprise!
By GaijinPot Partners on March 7, 2018
Many ALTs across Japan will soon face a new beginning at a new school. Here are four ways to make the most of it.