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Calendar of upcoming events, plus phonebook and a JALT FAQ. Japanese version available.
Case study report of the Korst labor dispute, covering the background, union action and legal action. Appeared in the journal of the Professionalism, Administration and Leadership in Education JALT SIG.
Archives of a journal by the Japan Association of Language Teaching, with backlog of legal precedents and specific cases about employment and academia in Japan.
International Conference Calendar of JALT's monthly publication, The Language Teacher.
The Osaka Chapter of the Japan Association for Language Teaching, a non-profit organization.
Articles on publishing your materials. These articles appeared in the newsletter of the Materials Writers Special Interest Group of JALT.
The Gender Awareness in Language Education (GALE) Special Interest Group of JALT. Articles, events, notices, links.
Fukuoka Chapter of the Japan Association for Language Teaching.
The Computer Assisted Language Learning Special Interest Group of JALT (Japan Association for Language Teaching). The JALT CALL SIG has an annual conference (usually in May) and publications.
JALT, an official NPO (non-profit organization), was founded in 1976. JALT publishes a monthly magazine and a biannual journal. Local chapters throughout Japan hold workshops and seminars for teachers. JALT holds an annual national conference, and many of JALT's special interest groups (SIGs) hold smaller conferences.
To find events by a particular organization, search for its acronym (for example, JALT, ETG). Add city or prefecture names to narrow your search.
Regional homepage of the Kyushu chapters of JALT, the Japan Association for Language Teaching. (Chapters: Fukuoka, Kagoshima, Kitakyushu, Kumamoto, Miyazaki, Nagasaki)