The ALT Wiki is a site for ALT's created by ALT's.
To build an accessible source of information that helpful and educational to potential or current (assistant) language teachers, and others undertaking the "Live and Work in Japan" experience.
People helping people - it's powerful stuff.
We want to help you with information that can help make your experience in Japan easier and better. And we know a few of you will also want to help others, and if that's you, please sign up!
How can I help?
ALT Wiki is for ALT's, by ALT's. If you have a few things you want to write about and share with lots of other ALT's who read this Wiki, just sign up and get writing!
If you decide you'd like to contribute, you can help us in these ways.
- Add content
- Write an article
- Add your own original images
- Become an editor and add to or correct articles
- Promote ALTWiki.net with links and word of mouth - invite your friends
- And any other way you can think
Get Paid for Writing
If you'd like to get paid for your contributions to ALT Wiki, we are now offering a payment of $3 per article (minimum 5 published articles) (via paypal). If your writing is high quality and proves popular, we will increase your per article payments.
To get started, please sign up, submit an article for feedback (once signed in, click "Write a new article" under "Logged in" in the main menu) then contact Sam by gmail at:
We are accepting articles on English games or activities for elementary, junior high, high school or conversation classes; cooking (please include your own photos); blog type articles that include advice and how to's for people living or travelling in Japan (please include your own photos when possible).
We also welcome guest posts that can include a nofollow link to your website or blog. All guest writing should be relevant to this site's audience.
About ALT Wiki
The goal of this site is to share and find any helpful, insightful or inspiring information that can help people teaching English in Japan.
The spirit of this site is to be collaborative and open.