Teaching Kids in Japan: 10 Do's and Don'ts (Busy Teacher) Some very useful cultural tips!

Whether you& teaching small kids or teenagers, here are some pointers that will help you make the best of your abilities, while avoiding any cultural faux-pas!

Bowing is a big part of Japanese culture. There are many ways, rules, and times to bow. This guide will give you some idea on how to bow, with videos, step by step instructions, and more.

Bowing in Japan

In Japan, Bowing is a gesture that expresses appreciation and respect to the person being bowed to.

The Best International Education Blogs and Websites via GoOverseas.com-Shout out to me @MidwestAsh

Meg's Fave Reads: Rockin' International Education Blogs

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Packing List Essentials for Teaching Abroad in Asia

Go Overseas shares essential items to add to your your packing list for teaching abroad in China, Korea, Thailand, or anywhere in Asia!

Go Overseas lists 9 great blogs about teaching English in Asia. Read blogs about teaching English overseas in Japan, China, Thailand, South Korea, and Taiwan.

9 Great Blogs About Teaching English in Asia

Go Overseas lists 9 great blogs about teaching English in Asia. Read blogs about teaching English overseas in Japan, China, Thailand, South Korea, and Taiwan.

How to teach English abroad after college! Whether you're majoring in a foreign language or not, teaching English abroad is a great way to travel cheaply!

Teach English Abroad: A How to Guide

How to teach English abroad after college! Whether youre majoring in a foreign language or not, teaching English abroad is a great way to travel cheaply!

Hyperdia | Timetable and Route Search in Japan for rail travel planning.

Japanese Shinkansen timetable in handy English. Great for getting pricing on individual routes too.

The Go Overseas website - for informed travel abroad. Spanish schools overseas suggestions

The Best Spanish Immersion Programs Around the World

Go Overseas - jobs, internships, study abroad, and volunteer opportunities

26 ETIQUETTE RULES EVERY ENGLISH TEACHER IN JAPAN SHOULD KNOW: "In Japan, if you’re on time you’re late. Make sure to arrive to work, class, meetings, and everything at least five minutes beforehand.  This doesn’t mean no one can ever be late (you’re human and so are Japanese people). But understand being five minutes late in Japan isn’t 'no big deal.'"

26 Etiquette Rules Every English Teacher in Japan Should Know

26 ETIQUETTE RULES EVERY ENGLISH TEACHER IN JAPAN SHOULD KNOW: "In Japan, if you’re on time you’re late. Make sure to arrive to work, class, meetings, and everything at least five minutes beforehand. This doesn’t mean no one can ever be late (you’re human and so are Japanese people). But understand being five minutes late in Japan isn’t 'no big deal.'"

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