After a period of time in English teachers training, it becomes essentially a tradition for a student of SEELS Teachers Academy to leave her former job to work as an English teacher. As a result, social impact follows to be felt. It is like rediscovering their own home where children have found new pride in realizing that their mother is now a teacher. Indeed, it helps in alleviating their family relations better than before
While walking on the street, children would call out to her as “sensei” or teacher making her valuable and her presence honorable. Best of all, she gains pride and dignity, her role as a migrant woman defined and, holds a respectable key profession contributory in building a multicultural Japanese society.
As a result of over a decade of English teaching skills retooling, today, the social impact and success stories of the movement launched in 2006 – Uplifting the Lives, Transform the Image of Filipino Migrants in Japan.
continuously unfold. In the same spirit of social movements, the SEELS Teachers Academy is inviting all to make its social enterprise even stronger. Let there be more who reap the benefits and hold SEELS flag higher – our life-changer banner.
SEEL K.K. and the Social Enterprise English Language School (SEELS) Teachers Academy
14 years in English teachers training and was registered as Limited Company under Tokyo, Japan Legal Affairs Bureau.
500 + diploma holders, 150 + TESOL Certified Teachers, 100 + enrolled students yearly.
Jolly Learning UK, SCT Foundation of Switzerland, Montessori League of Asia, Global Montessori Alliance, Ateneo University – ASOG - Philippines, SEELS Vietnam, NamViet Technology - Vietnam.
Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan, Michinoku Kigyo – Cabinet Office for Tohoku Reconstruction, Akira Foundation, Toyota Foundation, Entrepreneurial Training for Innovative Community (ETIC), World in Asia (WiT), Social Venture Partner-Tokyo, Global Forum for Education and Learning (GFEL).
Advancement of people' first centered technology and English teaching access to success.
Foreign migrants social inclusion access to an end-to-end touch point from training to employment success in English language education, childcare services, and Japanese Generation Z education on digital business transformation.
"In the course of human history men have organized into larger and larger groups, so that today all mankind is a single group. They are not conscious of this, yet it is a reality. All mankind today shares a common function. No longer are there separate groups of human beings, as was the case until just yesterday. A single interest unites them and causes them to function as a single living organism. No phenomenon can affect one human group without affecting others as a consequence. To put it a better way, the interest of any one group is the interest of all" (Montessori, 2007, p.98)
Montessori, M. (2007) Education and Peace. Amsterdam: Montessori-Pierson Publishing Company