December 18, 2011

Three-Week Graduate Technology Course for Japanese Teachers

Three-Week Graduate Technology Course
July 6-July 29, 2012

The Middlebury Japanese School, located at Mills College in California, offers a three-week non-degree graduate technology course for pre-service and in-service teachers of Japanese as a foreign language. Participants improve their IT skills in order to enhance course management and development of off-line and interactive on-line materials. Training is provided in word processing, spread sheets, graphics editing and the use of digital photo, sound and video recording technology. Since this course is offered as a part of the Japanese School, participants will have opportunities to observe language courses during the session.

Students will be able to participate in Rakugo Week and attend a lecture by Shigeko Sasamori, a hibakusha (atomic-bomb survivor) of Hiroshima.

We are pleased to offer the Kathryn Davis Fellowships for Peace for the sixth year. The fellowship covers the full cost of the three-week program. For more information, please visit

Applications and additional information can be found at or by contacting Wendy Butler, Japanese School Coordinator at japaneseschool at middlebury dot edu or 802.443.5215.

Escobedo, B. Summer study opportunities and fellowships at Middlebury College. JTIT-L listserv (JTIT-L@LISTS.PSU.EDU, 5 Dec 2011).

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