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My Japanese Way of Teaching!


As a Japanese teacher with over four years of experience, my teaching style is deeply influenced by the values and traditions of my culture. I believe in fostering a love of learning in my students, by providing a supportive and engaging environment that encourages curiosity and exploration.


Respect is a fundamental value in Japanese society, and it is something that I take very seriously in my classroom. By modeling respect in my interactions with my students, and by encouraging them to respect one another, I aim to create a safe and nurturing space in which all students feel valued and appreciated.


Mastery is another important value in Japanese culture, and it is something that I encourage my students to strive for in their studies. By setting high standards and providing students with the guidance and support they need to succeed, I aim to empower them to achieve their full potential and take pride in their accomplishments.


Collaboration and teamwork are also highly valued in Japanese culture, and it is an aspect of my teaching style that I place great emphasis on. By encouraging students to work together towards common goals, I help them develop important social skills and a sense of responsibility towards their peers.


Finally, I believe in nurturing the whole child, by creating a welcoming and inclusive learning environment that fosters confidence, resilience, and a love of learning. By incorporating traditional Japanese values and practices, such as mindfulness and gratitude, into my teaching approach, I help students develop a holistic approach to their education that will stay with them throughout their lives.


In summary, my teaching style is deeply rooted in the values and traditions of Japanese culture. Through a combination of respect, mastery, teamwork, and holistic learning, I aim to empower my students to become lifelong learners and responsible members of society.

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