COMMENTS BY CA'S STUDENTS
"Our instructor, Ms. C.A. Edington, is a charming, intelligent lady and her English is nicely slow and clear for me to understand. So I could relax and get rid of being nervous at once."
Toshinori Fukuhara (teacher; former Asahi Cultural Center student)
"I think everything I learned Japan campus is very useful in the U.S....So, I wanna thank you heartily."
Toshiyuki Hatta (student in Ohio; former Heidelberg College Japan student)
"CA is a really good teacher. Because you always think about us, watch us and feel us. I’ve never been met like you! It was very interesting class."
Miki Kasai (student at Sapporo University, Teaching Methodology class)
"I feel it was good for me to take your class because of the contents what I learnt in your class are useful for me. Thank you very much for teaching me important things."
Tamami Kawaguchi (student at University of London; formerly at Hokkaido University of Education)
"If I become an English teacher, I’d like to be like you!"
Tomoyo Konno (English major at Hokkaido University of Education-Sapporo)
"Thank you for teaching me for 1 year. I appreciate your lesson. You are strict, but it is good point because students can study alot. I and my friends talked about you. You were very kindhearted because you checked each student's homework carefully and corrected. I think it was too hard, so I could study hard. I learnd about PC. I didn't like using PC, but I like using PC now. I owe you a lot."
Keiko Nakajima (student at Sapporo University, Advanced Writing class)
"To be honest, I just stand in front of the gate which will lead to new world. I wish you would be my good teacher for everything for whole of my life."
Tsuneshi Nakamura (retired; former Asahi Cultural Center student)
"I could learn many thinks from you. I think you are very good teacher for student. You always encourage us and give us enthusiasm! I want to take example by you. I promise to become good teacher like you."
Masakazu Niioka (student at Sapporo University)
"I love your English class very much. If I can, I want to continue your class."
Miki Nishibori (student at Hokkaido University of Education-Sapporo)
"I wanna be a teacher like you in the future."
Yukie Noda (English major at Sapporo University)
"I just know you are most eagerly and heartwarming English teacher I've ever met. Truly. You are definitely a dedicated teacher."
Nao Ono (student at Sapporo University)
"I truly hope I have the opportunity to see you again some day. You have no idea how pivotal you were in my life. Your attitude and the way you approached the world... the only way I could describe what it gave to me is to say I had a profound shift of perception."
Tracy Roberts (student at Walden III Senior High School)
"One of my friends informed that you came to Sapporo again because she knows that you are my favorite English teacher."
Kaori Saito (pharmacist/homemaker; former Asahi Cultural Center student)
"Thank you so much every time you help me in many ways even though I'm not a Heidel student anymore. However, I think that you would be my English teacher forever, as far as we're living on the earth, right?"
Hiroki Saito (student in California; former Heidelberg College Japan student)
"I've never met the great teacher like you (not joke). I was delighted to meet and learn from you. I really feel you think students like you. I hope I meet the great teacher like you in U.S. When I can realize my dream, I will go to you to say thanks."
Yukihiro Saito (student in California; former Heidelberg College Japan student)
"I had a lot of valuable experiences. I think most of students feel like that, especially students who wanna be teachers."
Masumi Seki (student at Sapporo University, Teaching Methodology class)
"I enjoyed your class and learned of some learning strategies for junior-high-school or high-school."
Yuki Shoda (student at Sapporo University, Teaching Methodology class)
"If you weren't my teacher, I couldn't improve my English at all, I think."
Ayako Tabusa (student in Ohio; former Heidelberg College Japan student)
"This class was one of the most useful classes in my experience."
Kazuya Takahata (student at Sapporo University, Teaching Methodology class)
"I like my teacher C.A. She is cheerful and kind and makes me feel relaxed."
Ai Takahashi (student at Hokkaido University of Education-Sapporo)
"Thank you so much for being yourself."
Nobuko Tsuji (homemaker; former student at Asahi Culture Center)
"For me, you are so attractive because you laugh happily, say something fun, and live freely. You have a cute smile like children. I like such you. Many adults try to pretend formal, but you are not. So I love you too much."
Yoko Uchiyama (student at Hokusei Women's Junior College)
"I think the most important and best thing at Heidelberg is I could meet you. Maybe you changed my life. You are a teacher, but you are more important person for me. You are a greatest teacher I ever met!"
Kazumi Yoshida (student in Washington state; former Heidelberg College Japan student)
"She is an amazing teacher. I learned a lot in this class."
Comment about writing class on anonymous university questionnaire (Sapporo University)
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Last updated September 23, 2012.