CALL and JFL teacher education in Japan: A course description
This paper explores the integration of ICT into Japanese as a Foreign Language (JFL) teacher education through a description of a CALL graduate course. It begins with some background on JFL CALL, the course, and the students. The main section describes the course activities for improving the students’ computer literacy; demonstrating techniques for using standard application software for teaching purposes; introducing the range of JFL courseware and Internet sites; providing practice in evaluating these teaching materials; and demonstrating basic techniques of online teaching. The conclusion covers the merits of this approach to CALL teacher education. Most of the activities described could be adapted for use in any CALL teacher education course.
Susser, B. (2005). CALL and JFL teacher education in Japan: A course description. The JALT CALL Journal, 1(3), 3-16. https://doi.org/10.29140/jaltcall.v1n3.14