Study English in Ireland.
Technology in the English Language Classroom
Erasmus+ funding available.
- 25 hours: General English 15 hours + 10 hours of Specialised Modules.
- Times: 8.00 am to 1.25 pm.
- Suitable for B2 students or higher
This course allows teachers to reflect on their experiences of using technology to teach English, especially in the last year when many courses went online. The purpose of this course is to look at way in which we can use technology even more effectively. The course will also look into ways of working towards developing some shared principles for using technology in the future. The course will explore ways in which teachers can familiarise themselves with current developments in the use of Technology in their classrooms, ways in which they can become more confident in using technology in an environment where students are familiar with a wide range of modern technology and applications, ways to familiarise the participants with recent pedagogical and technology developments and to increase participants’ awareness of the opportunities to integrate ICT into teaching and learning processes in their schools. All this in the context of networking and sharing with other colleagues from different parts of Europe while exchanging in the English language to promote confidence in their communication skills.
General English: Testing and classing participants in the appropriate CEFR level, Orientation, Needs analysis, Setting learning outcomes, Language focus and language skills, Skills workshops, Assessment of learning and review of learning, One to one feedback at the end of the course, Certificate presentation.
Specialised Modules:Exploring ways in which teachers can integrate technology; exploiting text, image, audio and video; discovering useful websites, apps and tools; hands-on use of Interactive whiteboards and the range of educational software in use at ISI.
This course is suitable for
Second and third-level educators wishing to enhance their knowledge on technology and how they can enrich their tech teacher toolbox with new apps and online resources to keep students motivated and engaged.
How to apply
- Applications paid privately can be made directly.
- Applications seeking Erasmus+ funding must be made through your institution.
- Our legal name ISI Study in Ireland and our Erasmus OID: E10020271 and PIC: 905414103 are required in the application.
We will also help you to complete the Europass Mobility documents.
We would ask to complete as much of the form as possible, using our Mobility Document guide
You can then email the completed forms to firstname.lastname@example.org and Jennifer will complete any missing fields and she will sign and stamp the forms for you.
Meet your teacher:
Bringing my professional experience into play, I’ve built a solid foundation in the field. My two-year tenure at ISI, a leading institution, has been marked with success and growth. This journey has been accompanied by a strong background in education, which I’ve acquired over the years. On top of all this, I have a CELT certification. I obtained this credential five years ago, and it has significantly boosted my proficiency in the field. As we move forward, I’m eager to cooperate and contribute to collective success. Drawing from my past achievements and the knowledge I’ve gained, I’m ready to drive results.
I am the Schol Director at ISI Dublin.
I have over 20 years’ experience in teaching and educational management. Whether you are an individual working in an educational organisation or you are the organiser of a group Key 1 – Mobility for Education Staff project or you are an agency assisting with an Erasmus+ application, I am here to help you. Just fill out the form below with as many details as possible about what you are looking for and we will respond to you shortly.
Jennifer Diaz Green
BA Ed. TESOL, MA Ed., ACELS AM Dip.