We believe this survey will help to build the consensus theschool operation.
Total 32 sheets were returnedwith many useful comments.
Multiplefactor regression modeling was used to identify possible factors contributingto the school operation.
Comments are used to support the analysis results andmake action plan.
The results are based on statistical analysis.
Following major factors areidentified by the regression modeling.
And order is magnitude of the factor.
Q2 Overall, I am satisfiedwith the communication from school.
Conclusion: The person satisfied with theschool operation is ÒHave enough information about school in Japanese andwilling to participate in school operation.
ÓStatistically, Communication andVolunteer spirit is the key factors to improve the satisfaction of schooloperation.
How about school news?
Here is the further analysis result, Communication: Q2 Overall, I am カジノエドモントン料理 the communication from school.
Following major factors are identified by the regression modeling.
Q3 School event date is wellinformed.
Ó Q33 is contradicting with thesatisfaction of the school operation.
This means communication and schooloperation satisfaction is NOT perfectly match in the sample.
Volunteer: Since there is a significantdifference between grades for this question Q7regression modeling is notappropriate with all samples Grades dependent.
In order to eliminate Gradesdependency, samples are stratified to each grade groups, Kinder Nencyu + Nencyo ,Grade 1-3 and Grade 4-8.
As a result, sample data mean shows volunteer spiritis direct proportion of grades.
Grade 4-8 mean is 4.
As for Kinder group,following major factors are identified.
Results shows pretty good fit for thismodel surprisingly.
Q33 We should continue theCasino in the future.
Ó However, it doesnÕt mean continue Casino and Heritage will helpimproving the volunteer spirit.
What this mean is the high volunteer spiritperson tends to support schoolÕs event like Casino or Heritage.
Now, whyparents of higher grade have higher volunteer spirit?
Here is an assumption;those parents feel being part of the school operation, owing to school, beinggood example for new comer or recognition of the importance of Casino andHeritage festival.
School News: Q35 School news is the mostimportant news source about Japanese school.
Q34 School news frequency canbe reduced.
Q35 mean is 4.
According to this result, school news should be the samefrequency as is.
As for Englishtranslation, there is no clear data showing we should stop English translation,and based on the school memberÕs nature, we should continue as is.
Following major factors areidentified by the regression modeling.
Q12 Duty load is adequate.
Here is another point.
Q11 Finding the substituteperson of my duty is my responsibility.
Q12 Duty load is adequate.
Those 2 questions are directproportion of カジノエドモントン料理 />It is concluded those results are pointing ÒExperienceÓ.
If you have a duty experience, you know what it is.
And if you are in theschool for some years, you know to whom you can ask for a substitution.
Helpingthis experience factor should be in the action plan.
As for duty scheduling, Q14 Duty frequency should bebased on the numbers of students of the family.
Q15 Kinder1 Nencyu familyshould take the same load Same as now.
Since those questions have no significant difference in grades and nosignificant impact to the satisfaction of school operation and dutysatisfaction, duty schedule should be unchanged.
Continue Heritage festival: Q22 We should continueHeritage festival in the future.
This question is directproportion of grades.
Same as I mentioned in volunteer part, importance ofHeritage is the high probable factor.
Importance may be based on thesignificant funding in the past and the contribution to the Canadian society asJapanese.
Now, is Òthecontribution to the Canadian society as JapaneseÓ part of schoolÕs work?
Hereis the answer, Q37 My child should onlystudy Japanese language in the school.
Q38 My child should studyJapanese culture in カジノエドモントン料理 school as well as language.
Q37 mean is 2.
Regardless of the grades, parents are willing their childrento article source Japanese culture in the school.
This means, most parents are expectingschool to cover cultural aspect.
By definition, school is operated by parents,so it is fair to say Òthe contribution to the Canadian society as JapaneseÓ ispart of schoolÕs coverage.
However,still funding factor is unclear, it is recommended to have further discussionfor this matter.
It is highly recommended to have the surveyregularly.
We have many positivecomments for Library and Japanese school.
Although results are not far away from our imagination, lack of samplescompare to numbers of questions makes me difficult to analyze.
Thank you for yourcooperation.
Overall chart isadded below as a reference.
Jocelyn Hudon It seems like a long time!
Come to think ofit, itÕs been a long time!
Six yearsto be exact, accompanying my children tothe Japanese Playschool week in, week out.
Sometimes out of necessity, as when my wifestayed home to teach my older girl Anna for a year, or most of the time forthe sheer enjoyment of watching and teasing!
Or lend a helpinghand whenever I could like being treasurer for two years.
So the end of the last school year camewith some trepidations, the realization that I too was graduating.
Graduating from Japanese Playschool!
From chaperoning my youngchildren.
Maybe, now, I would finally have time to focus on my own study of theJapanese language!
I will have seen the playschool through theeyes of my wife, two of my three girls Maya and Erikaas well as my own.
Myyoungest child, Erika, almost grew up in the playschool, first as a baby in herparents' tow, then as an interested observer, finally as a full participant.
And how were these children to be exposedto the Japanese language click all aspects of Japanese culture, including itsmany festivals, in a foreign land?!
So in 1998 Yasuko and Sally approached Go here />Sanae Ohki, principal of the MEJCS, to discuss the possibility of forming aJapanese playschool-kindergarten class within the existing MEJCS.
Ohki, astaunch supporter, suggested that they recruit other parents, arrive at aconsensus on expectations of such playschool, and develop a formal proposal tobe presented to the https://casino-bonus-deposit.site/1/1696.html of the language school.
A Japanese playschool wouldprovide early childhood Japanese language instruction to Edmontonians, througheducational activities and play, activities that young children like to takepart in, while being surrounded by Japanese students.
It might even help avertan expected future shortage of students at the MEJCS!
Though MEJCS supported the concept of https://casino-bonus-deposit.site/1/564.html playschool for children of pre-school age, it was not going to カジノエドモントン料理 aneasy sell!
Indeed, the school board had serious reservations about having manyyoung, here children loose on the school premises, with idly, grabby handsto boot, essentially accidents waiting to happen!
The committee ran a playschool on a trialbasis from April to December 1999 and witnessed a strong participation andcommitment by parent volunteers as well as exemplary behaviour by the kids!
There was also a strong growth in attendance, to 13 regular students fromabout 6 initiallyby the time the experiment was over.
Funds were procured from supportive groups, like theEdmonton Japanese Community Association EJCA and the Edmonton Workshop ofJapanese Teachers, as well as individuals like Mr.
Kazuharu Shukuda ,to hire a teacher Mrs.
The newly acquired funds were quickly usedto purchase numerous goods CD players, carts, educational toys, musicalinstruments and a toy parachute and resources educational material from Canadaand Japan to jumpstart the kindergarten-playschool programs.
At first, parents of children in theplayschool alternated presenting material books, songs, etcÉpreparingcrafts, bringing home-made play-dough and providing other opportunities for childrento interact in Japanese.
For a short time go here on, one of the grandmother evenbrought snacks for カジノエドモントン料理 of the children!
With the arrival of grant money, playschoolparents were forced to organize, and they formed a board made up of カジノエドモントン料理, vice-president and treasurer.
Starting in November 2000 to aboutJune 2001 a daycare teacher from Japan, Miss Emi Takahashi, kindly offered toteach the children, armed with countless songs, stories and activities.
Collection of a small fee was initiated to help with the purchase of craftmaterial, treats, etc.
Over my years there the playschool wasserved by many dedicated parents too many to name!
Richardson and Yasue Suzukiwho very much loved the children.
As many as22 children attended the playschool in some years.
The playschool moved from agymnasium to a classroom, then a music classroom, then back to a gymnasiumafter the move to the new school, Richard Secord, from its beginnings inWestbrook School.
In a sense it has come full circle.
In the process, it made great stridestoward preparing children of international marriages less so, children ofJapanese descent for Japanese school, arming them with a firm foundation inJapanese.
Today, over two-thirds of students enrolled in the MEJCS came fromthe ranks of the playschool-kindergarten programs!
A brilliant success, by anydefinition of the term.
Interestingly, the playschool also met needs notinitially fathomed by its instigators, for example becoming a populardestination for young Japanese mothers on temporary stay to Canada in need ofsocializing with other Japanese nationals.
Yet, the steady flow of new youngfamilies proved tremendously enriching to the program, ensuring that Japanesebe seen as a living and vibrant language.
And itÕs also been an eye-opener.
Trying topreserve a language in a foreign land is hard enough.
I know, because I amtrying to preserve a language of my own French.
But to do it without, or withlittle, help from federal and provincial governments which French receives ,can be particularly taxing, constantly testing the will and dedication ofparents.
But itÕs clearly worth the effort!
IÕll be missing the little ones.
I hopethey donÕt turn this gai-jin away when he drops by.
Long live the Japaneseplayschool!
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