Our courses are designed keeping with groundbreaking pedagogical trends, combining the best of face-to-face education with online instruction taking up on members' learning and engagement.

We believe that hands on, reflective tasks promote more helpful tools to integrate new information to our participants' experience: If one of the e-tivities does not reflect the expected level of insight, participants can re-take to ensure the expertise of key areas in language teaching.

Course contents are available 24/7, participants can learn when and wherever is convenient for them. All that is required is a computer with Internet access and a web browser.

Classroom observations are probably one of the most nerve-racking things for teachers, even those who have been ‘at it’ for years. How do you deal with them? Do you follow a specific procedure?

This course offers some basic guidelines for you to reflect on.

Interacting online can be a fun way for kids to connect with others, but it’s important for them to understand the risks and know how to handle certain situations. For example, kids should avoid posting pictures of themselves or releasing other personal information to their virtual "friends", and know what to do if anyone starts harassing them.

Find out how students use the Internet and electronic devices and detect if they take the necessary precautions to use them safely. As we learn about their habits we will introduce them to the correct use of the Internet and electronic devices.

A key aspect of effective teaching is having a plan for what will happen in the classroom each day.

Creating such a plan involves setting realistic goals, deciding how to incorporate course textbooks and other required materials, and developing activities that will promote learning.

This module shows participants how to carry out each of these steps.