I've applied for AEON (pronounced "ee-on", don't get it wrong at the seminar!) twice; the first time was just to see what would happen. AEON is an eikaiwa as well, focusing on teaching small groups (5-10) of various ages depending on the group. I probably know the most about this company given that I applied twice.
Monday, June 6, 2011
Sunday, June 5, 2011
For those of you who wish to work for Gaba, you must understand what the company is about. Gaba is an eikaiwa based primarily around Tokyo. Each instructor teaches one student at a time, usually an adult, in basically 50 minute segments. Gaba specializes in customization; instructors must be able to customize lessons to a student's interests and career. If you prove you can do this, you're a BIG step toward getting an offer.
Saturday, June 4, 2011
Hello boys and girls! You may or may not know me; My name is Ben Brannan and teaching in Japan is my dream! This blog is meant to document my journey to, and through, Japan. I also hope to inspire and help others who wish to do the same! I will be working as an ALT and teaching English--anyone else looking to do this can definitely learn from my coming experience! But how did a rogue computer scientist end up getting a job in Japan?