Japanese visitors spend 3 days with us

Nagoya teachers make return visit to Etis

We were very pleased to welcome back Arata Zushi, an English teacher in Nagoya High School, who returned to Etis a year after her first visit, accompanied by two colleagues, an English and biology teacher. The idea of the visit was to explore ways in which our schools can utilize digital technologies and collaborative learning to bring about meaningful communication between students in both schools. It is exciting to find colleagues who share our philosophy of education and who are willing to share in developing new learning strategies. We can surely deepen this relationship in the year ahead.

Sharing ideas in the staffroom