2018 CAJLT Core Practices in Action Workshop + Live Streaming!

CAJLT is excited to announce that we will be hosting a one-day workshop on Core Practices in Action, led by co-presenters Yo Azama-sensei (North Salinas High School, 2012 ACTFL Teacher of the Year) and Tomokazu Morikawa-sensei (George Washington High School, 2016 CLTA Outstanding Teacher of the Year)!

This workshop will provide a concrete glimpse of how essential core practices are executed in the classroom scene. In the past, there have been many requests to see how Azama-sensei and Morikawa-sensei’s classes look like. Here is your chance to be a student in their classrooms! Participants will experience demo lessons from both teachers, exchange learning experiences with fellow teachers, and practice their teaching delivery in a welcoming and exciting environment. You will walk out this workshop feeling the “burn” in your teaching muscle! =)

To sign up: You must be an active CAJLT member for 2018. Renew your membership here for only $15.  You could alternatively sign up/renew your membership with AATJ (American Association of Teachers of Japanese) and select CAJLT as your local affiliate. Doing so would provide you with access to benefits to both the state and national levels of professional teachers of Japanese!

Workshop Details:

Date: February 3rd (Saturday)

Time: 8:30am – 4:00pm

Location: Lynbrook High School (San Jose)

Access: $15. Includes Lunch and materials!

Workshop Sign-Up: Sign up here


Can’t physically join us at the workshop this time? How about joining us via the Internet? We are excited to announce the opportunity to live-stream this workshop for our members! Catch some of the exciting action through your device at home. Please sign up here for live-streaming.


We are looking forward to seeing you on February 3rd at Lynbrook High School!


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