Teaching English Online
Prepare to teach English online to groups of any size with confidence!
While most online English teachers have experience teaching students one-on-one, the industry is trending toward group instruction. Though sound TEFL/TESOL methodology applies to both settings, teachers need additional skills to effectively manage multiple students, including classroom management and the use of specific teaching technology and tools for group interaction and instruction.
Module 1 Technical Requirements and Considerations
Module 2 General Teaching Principles and Class Types
Module 3 Teaching Different Class Types
When you graduate, you’ll be able to:
Discuss the unique class types that exist in group online learning
Describe various classroom management techniques unique to teaching groups
Compare the technology and software available to assist teachers during group online classes
Describe teaching strategies to use when working with different sized groups (small, medium, or large)
Describe teaching strategies for different age and ability ranges in the group setting
Recognize and address common issues that occur during group online instruction, including with technology or student interaction
Requirements to take this course:
18 years of age.
An intermediate or higher level of English proficiency (B1 level, according to the CEFR, the Common European Framework Reference for Language).
Teaching experience or a general TEFL/TESOL certificate (recommended).
Start anytime and work from any device.
Get feedback and ask questions throughout the course.
Work at your own pace - complete in as little as 3 weeks!
Instructional videos, downloadable resources, quizzes & activities, and discussion board.
Certificate of completion
Qualify for jobs teaching online with a specialized certiﬁcation.
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