Teacher for Japanese-Filipino Children

Tonyang

11-28-2005, 07:13 AM

Our Kabayan Orientation Program is looking for a teacher who can teach General Education in English and Filipino for an extension Sunday class (2-5PM). Age range of students is from 4 to 12 years old. If you are interested, please respond to this thread and hoping to receive your resume at ka.tonyang@gmail.com . Thank you very much.

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Filipino School - a solution and hope for a Japanese-Filipino identity
Please support this survey for the project feasibility:
http://www.tpmovers.org/filschool_japan.htm

:dogpile: the more data, the better! So please help us spread the news. Thank you very much.

heart

11-29-2005, 01:29 PM

paano ba ako mag papast ng resume hindi ko alam gusto ko ng maghanap ng trabaho saan ba at kailan. pwede me magturo ng english graduate me ng computer science :slight_smile: paano turu mo sa akin ha!

amy_neri

03-11-2006, 11:22 PM

Our Kabayan Orientation Program is looking for a teacher who can teach General Education in English and Filipino for an extension Sunday class (2-5PM). Age range of students is from 4 to 12 years old. If you are interested, please respond to this thread and hoping to receive your resume at ka.tonyang@gmail.com . Thank you very much.

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Filipino School - a solution and hope for a Japanese-Filipino identity
Please support this survey for the project feasibility:
http://www.tpmovers.org/filschool_japan.htm

:dogpile: the more data, the better! So please help us spread the news. Thank you very much.

I know this is an old post but anyway, if you happen to have projects like this in Osaka, I’d be glad to help out.

Tonyang

03-12-2006, 08:30 AM

Thanks, Amy.

With the data at hand, it only proves one thing: we could do it in a small community with cooperative Filipinos. I am beginning to receive a lot of requests from faraway communities. They’re more responsive than those in the metropolis.

The concept is already published in Philippine Digest and will be read soon in Pilipino Ngayon, KMC and Silangan Shimbun. There I put the survey and contact info. Yes, the word is being spread around now. There’ll be more because we are applying creative strategies. No need to report all here because only cooprerative ones could see and feel it. Our basic parameter there in the survey is the YES-response then we’ll move on… I got a nod from the licensing-point of the Philippines already for possible support - the Commission on Filipinos Overseas (CFO). We need the actual investment generator concept within the proposal already.

However, the project is moving… it won’t die. Tiyaga at sipag lang.

Ngalang, one Filipino attitude that we have to help change is “wait and see”. You know at this stage we should be counting loyal ones who will help you out from start to end… I guess you know all of these facts already.

I will try to come up with a video with migrant children in Tokyo and put it in the BLOG too. For now, hope you can help us collect data. I could send you survey forms or you can just print out the pdf version in the web for those with no internet. Here are the info.

Filipino School - a solution and hope for a Japanese-Filipino identity

Please support this survey for the project feasibility:
http://www.tpmovers.org/filschool_japan.htm

Survey - pdf
http://www.tpmovers.org/filschool_survey_200 51016.pdf

Our website at
http://www.fil-school-japan.net

Here in Japan, there are more than 400,000 Filipinos and we don’t have our own school. Why do Indians, Taiwanese, Brazilians, Chinese, Koreans, Indonesians have their own school in Japan? Also how come there are overseas Filipino schools in countries like Greece, China, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Libya, Oman and Bahrain? Isn’t it a big question? There are many challenges ahead, Amy… you took the first step already.

More power.

geminigirl

03-22-2006, 05:39 PM

ka tonyang, I am presently workin’ in the Philippines, but i read your post on your search for a teacher to teach Japanese-Filipino kids. Can I apply? It has been ten years since my last contract in Japan as an Artist/Music & English Teacher there. Is sponsorship available? I used to do side jobs as an English&Music teacher for kids in the neighborhood where I stayed. I can speak Japanese too. Is this experience ample enough for me to be able to teach there? Hoping for a response from you.Maraming salamat po.:slight_smile:

Tonyang

03-23-2006, 09:28 PM

Hi Geminigirl. Salamat sa iyong mensahe. Wala pa tayong school sa ngayon. May feasibility study pa lamang tayo, sis. Sana matulungan ka rin sa stage na ito para magkatotoo ang project na ito. May mga detalye tayo sa http://fisj.wordpress.com .

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