☆Saturday Course 2020 Summer Semester

更新日:2020/06/25 - news-cn, news-en, news-tw一覧

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Report on the new Coronavirus (10th Report)

更新日:2020/06/24 - news-en一覧

Report on the new Coronavirus (10th Report)

June 17, 2020

The request from the Tokyo Metropolitan Government to close its doors due to the spread of a new type of coronavirus will be fully lifted on the 19th.
In response to this announcement, the TIJ Tokyo Institute of Japanese Language has decided to fully reopen classes on the 22nd . Accordingly, we have decided to implement the following measures

(1) Class structure from June 22
・Full day classes will resume on Monday, June 22.
・We will reduce the number of students in each classroom to avoid the “3 crowded” situation. We have staggered the end time. In addition, we will continue to pay attention to the following
・Reduce the number of students in the class and sit at intervals.
・Adequately ventilate the classrooms.
・Measure the temperature with a non contact thermometer and disinfect your hands when you enter the classroom
・Students and teachers must wear masks (teachers must also wear a face shield)
・Disinfect the classrooms after use.

(2) Support for international students Start of app lying for special cash payment/ Emergency Student Support Handout for Continuing Studies
A survey of students’ financial situation, which has been conducted since May, has been completed,and the result of the survey, by food, rent and communication costs, ha s been collected . We have conduct ed a questionnaire and me t with students individually to discuss their current financial situation, starting with the most urgent ones. We have made efforts to understand the situation as much as possible. We will continue to monitor student situations and utilize the TIJ Foundation (3) and other resources to ensure that students have peace of mind. We will support the students by providing lifestyle guidance and student support so that they can have a successful life in Japan

3) Establishment of “TIJ Student Fund Shitokukai
 Since its establishment, TIJ Tokyo Institute of Japanese has been trying to provide close support in terms of learning and spending life in japan for international students to be able to learn and play an active role as a member of international society in the future
 Due to the situation of the spread of the coronavirus , we have set up a fund, “TIJ Student Fund Shitokukai,” to provide support for the students.
Mainly, the fund will be used to help students such as lending or purchasing supplies to ensure the safety and security of students , when a pandemic or large scale natural disaster happens . As an emergency measure , the Life Guidance and Student Support Team will provide assistance to students who are currently in need
We would like to ask all of you to support the purpose of this fund and cooperate with us.
We also accept donations, and we appreciate your cooperation.
As donations are also being accept ed, we would appreciate your support in this regard.

We will continue to thoroughly share information among teacher s and staff at the same time and monitor students’ physical condition to make sure that they are in good health. TIJ will provide as much support as possible to students who are in poor physical conditions . In addition , with the full resumption of classes, TIJ will take the above measure s thoroughly, but it could be changed again depending on the situation . We will handle it flexibly
We sincerely hope that the peaceful days will return to you as soon as possible.

TIJ Tokyo Institute of Japanese
Principal Sayuri Ichikawa

Report on Covid-19 (9th report)

更新日:2020/06/01 - news-en一覧

Report on Covid-19 (9th report)

May 25, 2020.

 

On May 25, prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced that the state of emergency declared against Covid-19 is over in Japan, TIJ Tokyo Japanese institute of Japanese has decided to take the following measures to resume classroom lessons while ensuring the safety of students, teachers and staffs.

 

(1) Class Schedule from June

・Date of resuming the classroom lessons: June 1, 2020(Monday)

・For the time being, each class will be conducted three days a week in the classroom and two days a week online.(The number of classroom lessons will be changed every two weeks based on circumstances according to the policies government and Tokyo metropolis).

・Reduce the number of students in the class and seat them at intervals.

・Adequate ventilation is provided.

・When entering a classroom, a non-contact thermometer is used to measure the temperature and disinfect the hands and fingers.

・Students must wear a mask. (Students who do not have masks will be given them.)

・Teachers will wear a mask and face shield.

・Disinfect the classroom after use.

 

2) Conducted a survey on the economic situation of international students.

A survey of the economic situation was conducted from May 25 to 26 in order to find out if there are any students who are living in poverty due to a decrease in part-time income in line with the new coronavirus measures. The school is committed to providing as much support as possible to those students who are in need.

 

We will continue to thoroughly share information among teachers and staff members, and at the same time, we will do our best to understand students’ physical condition and provide all possible support for students who are not feeling well, including arranging hospitals. With the resumption of classes, we will continue to be flexible in our response to the situation, while thoroughly implementing the measures mentioned above.

We will continue to announce any changes on our website.

 

We sincerely hope that peace and tranquility will return to everyone as soon as possible.

 

TIJ Tokyo Institute of Japanese
Principal Sayuri Ichikawa

Report on Covid-19 (8th report)

更新日:2020/05/07 - news-en一覧

Report on Covid-19 (8th report)

 May 7, 2020

On May 4, the government of Japan announced that the national emergency regarding Covid-19 will be extended until May 31. Accordingly, we have decided to take the following measures.

1) Extension of online class for spring semester to international students

① Extend the period until May 31st

*The period could be extended depending on the situations.

② About textbooks being used for online lessons

・ The textbooks were distributed to all through mail etc. The necessary materials for online class were sent to staff working from home to ensure that they can have online lessons at home.

・ For the materials used in the online classes, we contacted the publisher and obtained permission to use them.

2) About application method of special cash payment regarding Covid-19

① Regarding the student’s address

Confirmation of student address was done before the school is closed. We also offer individual support for students who have moved after March.

② Support for applying special cash payment

In response to the start of application for Ichikawa City, Chiba Prefecture on April 27, we also started the support of application for the students. In addition, we will support the students of other local government as soon as they start receiving applications (as soon as they receive the mailing documents from local government).

3) Saturday course

All spring semesters will be conducted by online from May 16th.

For more information, please check our website at https://www.tij.ne.jp/wp-content/uploads/30f0623125c00237534f09a155332c32.pdf

 

We will continue to thoroughly share information between teachers and staffs, including daily physical condition checks. At the same time, we will grasp student’s health conditions and provide necessary supports to the students as much as possible, including arranging a hospital for students with poor physical condition.

 

If there are any changes, we will inform on our website.

We sincerely hope that this spread will end as soon as possible.

 

TIJ Tokyo Japanese Language Institute
Principal Sayuri Ichikawa

『2020 Spring semester Saturday Course』

更新日:2020/04/28 - news-cn, news-en, news-tw一覧

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Report on response to Covid-19 (Seventh report)

更新日:2020/04/08 - news-en一覧

April 7th, 2020
TIJ Tokyo Institute of Japanese

 

Report on response to Covid-19 (Seventh report)

 

On April 7th, Prime Minster of Japan, Shinzo Abe, has announced National Emergency. According to the announcement, TIJ Tokyo Institute of Japanese has decided to respond as  followings.

 

1) Office hours

・From Monday to Friday, 10:00 to 16:00

・Two staffs work at the office and other staffs work from home. The staff both at the office and home will continue to provide the information and life and health support to the students. School will send a mask to the students who is in need.

 

2) Supplementary classes

The supplementary classes will be conducted online.

Period is from April 8 to 15

(April 8 for everyone, 2 to 4 days between 9th to 15th depending on class)

 

3) Spring semester classes start online.

Period:From April 16 to 30

April 29 is a public holiday, but online classes will be held.

For the students who do not have a Wifi environment, we will use LINE etc. and to give tasks for JLPT or EJU.

 

4) Classes are going to resume at school on May 7th.

we may continue to do online classes depending on the situations.

 

We will notify you on the website if there are any changes in the future.

 

We sincerely hope that this infection will end as soon as possible.

 

Principal  Sayuri Ichikawa

Report on Response to Coronavirus (Sixth report)

更新日:2020/03/27 - news-en一覧

March 26th, 2020 

TIJ Tokyo Institute of Japanese

Report on Response to Coronavirus (Sixth report)

 

Following the announcement from the Governor of Tokyo on March 25 that “Tokyo is currently at a critical stage of the infection explosion,”, we are planning to change the schedule as follows. However, it may be changed further depending on the situation in the future.

 

1)The spring semester for international students will be from April 16 (Thursday) to June 30 (Tuesday), and also during golden week vacation(consecutive holidays), we are going to have classes on April 30 (Thursday) and May 1 (Friday).

 

We will continue to conduct health checks and hand disinfection every day. In addition,

we will distribute two copies of mask per week to students if the students don’t have masks.

 

2)Make-up classes we missed for the winter semester is planning to be held between April 8 (Wednesday) and 13 (Monday) with sufficient regular intervals. It will be decided around April 6.

 

3)We do not hold the entrance ceremony for new students, conduct placement tests when they come to class. The students will participate in the class after placement test.

 

4)Saturday class is going to start on April 25th.

 

We sincerely hope that the spread of this infection will end soon.

 

                                                                                                                     Principal        Sayuri Ichikawa 

Report on Response to Coronavirus (Fifth report)

更新日:2020/03/11 - news-en一覧

February 19th, 2020
TIJ Tokyo Institute of Japanese

 

Report on Response to Coronavirus (Fifth report)

 

 

Based on the government announcement on March 10, the schedule for international student classes at the end of this semester will be changed as follows.

 

〇School day

The final exam will be conducted on either March 16(Mon) or 17(Tue) being designated depending on the class.

Students will be divided into two classrooms per one class and they will sit down at regular intervals.

In addition, homework assignments given during the period of closing school will be checked.

 

〇Graduation ceremony

It will be held at EDOGAWA-KU SOGO BUNKACENTER for about one hour from 10:30am. The students who won’t graduate this time do not attend, and the graduates are also not required to participate. It is optional for the graduates.

As for the teachers, only homeroom teacher and staffs will participate.

 

On the day of coming to school and the graduation ceremony, all students and teachers will wear a mask, disinfect your fingers, and then enter the room.

 

 

TIJ Tokyo Institute of Japanese
Principal   Sayuri Ichikawa

 

Report on Response to Covid-19 (Fourth report)

更新日:2020/02/28 - news-en一覧

February 27th, 2020

Report on Response to Covid-19 (fourth report)

 

In regard to the spread of new Coronavirus (Covid-19), TIJ Tokyo Institute of Japanese would like to express our sympathy to all those who are spending anxious days, the bereaved families of the deceased and those who have infected with coronavirus.

 

In response to the spread of domestic infections in Japan, we have decided to take the following measures.

 

〇To close the school

The closed period is from March 2nd (Monday) until March 13th (Friday)

As for the shorten period of the classes, students will be assigned homework to do in their home. When things settle down, we will provide supplementary classes later.

※Closed-period may be extended based on national policies and infection status.

 

〇School day (cancellation of closing school)

From March 16th (Monday) until March 18 (Wednesday)

※The date may be changed in case closed-period is extended.

〇Graduation trip

The graduation trip is canceled.

〇Graduation Ceremony

The graduation ceremony is scheduled for March 19 as of now, but we will decide whether or not to implement depending on the situation around March 10.

In addition, those students who are not going to graduate this time do not attend, and graduates are also not required to participate. It will be optional.

Only regular staffs and teachers is going to participate.

 

The following measures are continuously taken to prevent the infections so that students can live securely and safely.

 

1.Monitoring

  ①Grasp physical conditions of the students, teachers and staff every day.

   

If you have the symptom of having a cold, you are not allowed to attend school. We will provide supports to students with poor health conditions other than symptoms of cold based on situations of domestic infection and administrative policies.

 

  ②Grasp the person being at high risk of infection from time to time

 

2.Provision of Information and Call Attention to the students

  ①Provision of infectious information from time to time

  ②Refrain from unnecessary and nonurgent outing

 

Staffs, teachers and students are implementing to wear masks when they go out and to wash hands and gargle when they return home.

 

3.Environment of schools and classrooms

  ①Mask and hand sanitizer are always kept in classroom

  ②Disinfect their hands before class

  ③Air purification and humidification by installing air-purifier

  ④classroom ventilation

 

 

No students are suspected of having coronavirus as of now. We will continue to thoroughly grasp the current status of students and give instructions. If someone feel wrong with their health conditions, we will respond promptly and communicate closely with parents in their home countries.

 

We sincerely hope that the spread of this infection will end soon          

 

 

                                     TIJ Tokyo Institute of Japanese
Principal   Sayuri Ichikawa

Report on Response to Coronavirus (Third report)

更新日:2020/02/20 - news-en一覧

February 19th, 2020

Report on Response to Coronavirus (Third report)

 

TIJ Tokyo Institute of Japanese would like to extend all our sympathy with all those who have been in uneasy and unstable conditions, the bereaved families of the deceased and those who have infected with coronavirus.

In response to the spread of domestic infections in Japan and to avoid going to school during the rush hour, we have decided to change the morning class hours for a while from February 19.

<Before the change>

From 9:00 to 12:20(Break: 10:30 to 10:50)

<After the change>

From 9:30 to 12:45(Break: 11:00 to 11:15)

 

The following measures are continuously being taken to prevent the infections so that students can live securely and safely.

1.Monitoring

 ①Grasp physical conditions of the students, teachers and staff every day.

   If the fever is more than 37 degrees, coming to school is prohibited. We provide student support based on the situation of infection in Japan and administrative policies, including those who are with poor physical condition other than fever.

 ②Grasp the person being at high risk of infection from time to time

    (If the person, cohabitant or relatives have recently returned from China, their situation must be checked.)

 

2.Provision of Information and Call Attention to the students

 ①Provision of infectious information from time to time

 ②Call attention for staffs, teachers and students wearing masks when they go out, washing hands and gargling when they return home.

 

3.Environment of schools and classrooms

 ①Mask and hand sanitizer are always kept in classroom

 ②Disinfect their hands before class

 ③Air purification and humidification by installing air-purifier

 ④classroom ventilation

 

4.Prohibition of students, teachers, and staffs visiting China

  ①Students, teachers, and staffs must not visit China until overseas safety information from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs drops to level 1.

  ②Please refrain from the family visiting students in Japan from China.

 

No students are suspected of having coronavirus as of now. We will continue to thoroughly grasp the current status of students and give instructions. If someone feel wrong with their health conditions, we will respond promptly and communicate closely with parents in their home countries.

 

We sincerely hope things will settle down as soon as possible.             

 

 

                                     TIJ Tokyo Institute of Japanese
                            Principal   Sayuri Ichikawa

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