JACET: Japan Association of College English Teachers

JACET: The Japan Association of College English Teachers

The primary objectives of JACET today are consistent with those of the past: the development of English language education in Japan.

JACET also offers its members opportunities to exchange information on topics relevant to its goals and supports a variety of academic activities.

JACET holds an annual conference in Japan. Visit the JACET homepage for more information.

JALT, I believe grew from a desire for a society more in tune with foreign language teachers in Japan. You can check them out here:JALT

Message from the President of JACET

Dear JACET members and supporters.

It is with great honor and excitement that I assume my second term on the 8th President of The Japan Association of College English Teachers (JACET).

In 1962, JACET was established in a time of educational reform in order to improve the state of English language education. Those involved were strongly convinced of the need to solve college-level problems related to English language education so as to improve its teaching at all levels of the education system.

Six types of JACET activities are stipulated in Article 5 of the JACET Statutes (Teikan). Each activity is described in terms of its objectives, target, scale, publicity and expected results as follows: Read More

Teach English in Japan Jobs

To JALT Jobs Listings for Japan

To Motivating Japanese Students

To TEFL Young Children

Get Materials for your English Classes at ESL Library

To Kevin`s English Schools, the Canadian Schools in Japan!

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