Teacher is recognized for launching Japanese language program

05/6/2013 | Washington Post, The

Tokyo native Ayako Shiga was recognized as teacher of the year after she started a Japanese language program at Washington County Public Schools in Maryland. Shiga, who earned degrees in applied linguistics, teaching English as a second language and Japanese pedagogy, said her motivation for teaching is to help students face the same challenges she did when learning English.

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