Each workshop is limited to 25 students. Register early to be sure of getting a place.
Resourcefulness, one of the most important traits of a good teacher, is a skill that can be developed. This course explores a variety of practices that can help ESOL teachers become
more resourceful in the classroom, working with their peers, and working in their communities. It also explores state-of-the-art ideas, theories, and practices in English language teaching and shows how they can be best adapted to different contexts worldwide.
Explore the latest developments in language teaching pedagogy oriented to children and adolescents (ages 4–18), such as Content and Language Integrated Instruction (CLIL),
teaching English with technology, teaching language creatively, and fostering communication in the classroom.
This course explores principles and practices of teaching language teachers. Topics include designing courses, seminars, and workshops; designing materials for teacher
learning; supervising teachers; alternatives to traditional teacher education and training, and ways of supporting ongoing professional development. Prerequisite: prior experience in ESOL teacher training as a lecturer, director of studies, department head, mentor, supervisor, or cooperating teacher.
Group field trips to historical places in New York City, such as the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, Empire State Building, and Rockefeller Center
"Teaching with..." workshops: choice of Metropolitan Museum of Art (social studies), Museum of Natural History (science), or the Museum of Modern Art (art and design).
Night on Broadway: play and dinner; to be announced (optional; not included in tuition)
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New York, NY 10011