Technology for Language Teachers
IH London have designed this course to be taken in parallel with one of the other Teacher Training short courses.
It is a 10-lesson course, one lesson a day for 55 minutes and takes place before or after the main Teacher Training short courses. It is an excellent supplementary course that is perfect for teachers that want to maximise their experience whilst training with International House London.
Technology for Language Teacher's is aimed at teachers with little or no experience of using technology in the classroom. The course is trainer-led and participants will take part in workshops and discussions based on an aspect of language teaching and learning with technology.
By the end of the course, participants will have considered learning theories that underpin the use of technology in the classroom, have collated a bank of resources to use in their classroom and have explored teaching issues related to their own context.
- Minimum English level: B2 upper intermediate
- Minimum age: 21
- Maximum class size: 15
- Lesson days: Monday to Friday
- Cost: £250 standalone (2 weeks) or £200 if booked with a short course
- Add on: This course can be booked as an add on with CPD short courses
- Course length: 2 weeks
- Study hours: 9 hours 10 minutes
- Start dates: 9 July, 23 July
- Lesson times: 1 hour a day for 2-weeks: Add on to short courses
Who is this course for?
The course can be taken in combination with another teacher training course at IH London. This course is suitable for language teachers who want to use more technology to enhance the learning experience of their students. The tutor will lead practical workshops and discussions based on an aspect of language teaching and learning with technology. Participants should have an English level of B2 or above on the Common European Framework to follow this course.
By the end of the course participants will have developed an awareness of the potential of using technologies in the language classroom
- have looked at a range of technologically-enhanced classroom activities
- considered the learning theories that underpin them.
- have a bank of resources to use in teaching
- have had opportunities to raise and explore teaching issues relevant to their own context with colleagues
Examples of syllabus content are:
- exploiting text, image, audio and video.
- websites, apps, tools • specific learning goals related to skills and systems
- projects that could be implemented in your teaching context
Other areas can be included according to the requests of the parrticipants at the start of the course.
Sample course programme
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