Sunday, July 1, 2012

Leaving Japan

Today I head back to Arizona from  Japan.  This has been a fantastic trip with lots of great experiences to share with all of you!

For the last few days we have been working together on joint projects to use in class so that we can build international understanding between the US, Japan and around the world.

We wrapped up the trip by working in small groups and I have several projects I will be sharing at school!

Here is a view from the hotel conference room and then all the teachers that were involved in the program.

I leave Tokyo at 4 pm today, July 2nd, and arrive in Phoenix at 3:30 pm on July 2nd.

Question:  How am I able to arrive earlier, then I left?  Answer in the comment area below!  

6 comments:

  1. You crossed the international date line.

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  2. You are able to arrive earlier than you left because there is a huge time differntial from here to there.
    Sam.

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  4. You were able to arrives earlier than you left because you past a time zone and went back a day.

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  5. Japan is at a later time than the U.S.

    Emily Heath

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  6. There is a time difference. Sasha

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