Good news! We have launched our latest Online Interactive Tutor Workshop series!
For more information, updates and to apply, please fill out these two forms ASAP!
Find out how to empower yourself and make money* from your self-made resources (worksheets, games, activities etc.).
Attendee-focused workshops – you are very much encouraged to participate actively and even show case your thoughts, ideas, experiences, should you wish.
Or, at the very least, add to your skill-sets, which can be harnessed, adapted and used for your students and lessons.
Get an attendance certificate and badge for your social media.*
Opportunity to co-host workshops.**
What You Will Get
Loads of helpful tips and advice on creating teaching-learning materials and resources.
Tons of useful materials, including templates, an e-Resource Database, customizable worksheets, grammar guides etc. etc.
Suggestions on how to monetize them.
To network with like-minded individuals. Create a community!
14+ years teaching experience and expertise.
*Badges & Certificates
Attendees are given the opportunity to obtain a badge and certificate, should they wish. A few T's & C's apply.
Formative assessment will be conducted throughout, which will be both peer- and trainer-assessed.
There will be no summative assessment through a final test. However, attendees will be required to submit a Digital Portfolio (DP) of activities they have adapted (including pre-training tasks, class notes & a minimum of 2 activities per section, 6 activities total) from ideas presented during the various sessions.
Portfolio to include one written essay and a reflection, after each workshop presented.
Participate in a minimum of two peer-teaching sessions per student, including one trainer observation per module.
Class participation and a 90% attendance is mandatory. The way the course is structured builds on the knowledge of previously taught content.
Students will be graded C1 (exceptional competence), C2 (good competence), C3 (satisfactory competence) or NYC (not yet competent).
Should a grade of NYC be obtained, the student will have the opportunity to resubmit respective assignments as deemed necessary.
Therefore, nobody can really ‘fail’ this course, but some can still be shown that they’ve done exceptional work, whereas others might have certain aspects that could show improvement highlighted in an honest and constructively critical manner.