Minimum Course Length
1 or 2 weeks
This Teacher Training programme is for non-native teachers who teach subjects through English or plan to teach in English. This course has been designed to up-skill participants in using many different aspects of technology in the classroom including Interactive Screens, website resources and apps. This will enable them to make a greater contribution in their home school both inside and outside the classroom as the programme focuses on giving participants knowledge and skills that they can share in their staff room, so increasing the teacher skill profile of the staff general.
1 or 2 weeks
30 lessons per week
45 minutes per lesson
two weeks:14.04.2020, 13.07.2020
one week: 20.04.2020
Mon - Fri 9.00 - 15.00
Classes start at 8.30 during the summer
Using technology in the classroom has become an integral part of education both at primary and secondary level and is also an increasingly popular method of delivering English language training. This programme has been designed to enable participants to create and deliver more innovative and interactive lessons in their particular school.
As the participant will be delivering content through English, both their General English classes and specific technology based lessons will also include a focus on improving their use of lexis, grammatical structures and functional language. Attention will also be paid to helping participants with pronunciation.
This course has been designed to up-skill participants in order to make a greater contribution in their home school both inside and outside the classroom. The programme focuses on giving participants knowledge and skills that they can share with their colleagues and improve the English Teacher skills in the staffroom.
At the end of the programme, participants will be able to:
Based on participants' needs, the course consists of a combination of lectures and workshops incorporating language awareness and analysis, pronunciation & intonation, instructional language and lesson planning, teaching skills, testing and evaluation, error correction, materials development and current issues all based around incorporating and exploiting technology in the classroom.
Participants will have the opportunity to put their teaching into practice during the microteaching sessions. Participants will be observed by our trainers in their classes, detailed feedback will be given.
The culture of the class is participative and the objective is that participants leave with a range of new ideas and class plans that they can instantly use with their classes on their return. While everything is done through the medium of English, the focus is on how to best develop and use new materials and employ new and existing technological aids to engage learners.
The course participants are encouraged to share their own experiences which stimulate discussion, giving participants the time and space to develop both professionally and personally. While the portion of the course focussing on using technology in the classroom is flexible and open to negotiation the following topics and areas are normally included