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I want to teach in Japan
Do I need a teaching certificate? I have a degree and I have thought about going to teacher's college but I thought that teaching in Japan would be a great way to get a taste of the classroom before deciding on a career path. That is, if I can get a job there without going to teacher's college first! Thanks in advance for any responses.
Re: I want to teach in Japan (views: 4323)Online (Online) - Thu, 25 Jan 2007
Posted by GoTeacher
If by "teaching certificate" you mean a provincial/state accredited credential for public school purposes, then you don't need one. You may find some employers in Japan request or require TESOL certificates but most will be happy with your undergraduate degree.
Re: I want to teach in Japan (views: 4839)Online (Online) - Tue, 13 Feb 2007
Posted by sensay
I don't know if you will find a certificate helps your job seach here. Maybe I'm wrong but to be an ALT you generally just need to be "genki". (And have a degree in something.) ....