Since the 1980s, Japan has been one of the most popular countries to teach English in.
With 7 years of teaching experience under her belt, Mia will share her experiences of living and working as an ESL teacher in the Land of the Rising Sun. Since 2015, Mia has taught in all types of schools and settings, teaching everyone from kids to adults.
In this talk, she’ll share her tips and advice on teaching English in Japan, teaching in general, and life in Japan.
Some key takeaways will i…
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