Technology in the Classroom Oxford Erasmus Plus
English Level Needed
Homestay can be organised with the school. Prices vary from £150 GBP a week for a shared room, breakfast only, all the way up to £185 GBP a week for a single room, half board.
Single room, en-suite, self catering: £205-£235 GBP per week
Single room, self catering: £200 GBP per week
Single room, en-suite, self catering: £200-£240 GBP per week
Technology in the Classroom Description
The aims of the course are to increase participants' knowledge and awareness of how technology can be used in English language teaching, and to develop the practical know-how to enable them to successfully integrate technology into their daily teaching practice.
Technology in the Classroom Course Aims
This programme is aimed at teachers, teacher trainers and educational inspectors. The aim of the course is to raise participants' awareness of the principles and practice of the use of technology in language teaching. By the end of the course we aim to build participants confidence in their own technology skills and to increase their knowledge and awareness of how technology can be applied in and out of the classroom. Above all, this is a practical course designed to equip participants with ideas, skills and materials which they can use and adapt to their own contexts.
During the course, you will be exposed to a wide range of technology and given instruction on how to make the most of these tools to support a range of teaching styles and contexts. By the end of the course, participants will be able to, for example, create and exploit audio podcasts, produce and edit digital video, use digital storytelling apps, develop a PLN (personal learning network), set up and manage blogs, integrate digital games and mobile learning strategies, use a VLE (virtual learning environment) and create augmented reality content.
Applying for an Overseas Teacher Refresher Course with Erasmus+ funding:
- Select the course that you wish to apply for and discuss your intended application with the person in your school who is responsible for staff development and EU funding (Erasmus+ Coordinator).
- Get confirmation of your acceptance on the course and the fees from the host organisation/course provider. Your organisation will need to refer to this letter within the application for funding.
- Please inform the host organisation/course provider of your application. They will help with any information regarding their course to enable the application form to be completed successfully.
- The applicant organisation needs to register as an applicant organisation on the European Commission Authentication Service (ECAS), if not already registered. (see below for more details)
- Inform the host organisation/course provider as soon as you receive the result of your funding application. Up until this point your place on the course is provisionally reserved. Once you confirm that funding has been granted you can be enrolled on the course and your invoice sent.
- Pay as soon as you receive the funds. Only once payment has been received can your place on the course and any accommodation booked be confirmed.