* 1. Please enter your information below.

* 2. General Requirements to participate in the course:
• 5-10 hours per week of internet access
• Basic computer skills
• commitment to complete course
• commitment to share ideas with others
• Resident of Peru

Do you agree to the above?

Specific Courses and Requirements:

1. Introduction to Online Learning.
(This 5 week course is intended for EFL educators who are “newbies” to online learning. Successful alumni of this course are eligible to take a 10-week E-Teacher course in the following academic year)
a. High Intermediate to Advanced English
b. Inexperienced or Experienced In-Service Teacher
c. Tech Illiterate
d. Works with Children, Youth, or Adults.
e. Eligible for 10-week E-Teacher course in FY 2013

2. Introduction to Pedagogy and Practices for Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
a. High Intermediate to Advanced English
b. Inexperienced In-Service Teacher
c. Tech Literate (knowledge of email, web browsers, and file management)
d. Works with Children, Youth, or Adults.

3. Listening and Speaking Skills, Real-Time Practice and Application.\
a. Intermediate English (NOT Advanced)
b. In-Service Teacher
c. Tech Literate (knowledge of email, web browsers, and file management)
d. Works with Children, Youth, or Adults.

4. Assessment: Summative and Formative Practices in Language Learning and Teaching.
a. High Intermediate to Advanced English
b. Experienced In-Service Teacher
c. Tech Literate (knowledge of email, web browsers, and file management)
d. Works with Children, Youth, or Adults.

5. Building Teaching Skills Through the Interactive Web (Web Skills).
a. High Intermediate to Advanced English
b. Experienced In-Service Teacher
c. Tech Literate (knowledge of email, web browsers, and file management)
d. Works with Children, Youth, or Adults.

6. Critical Thinking in Language Learning and Teaching (CT).
a. High Intermediate to Advanced English
b. In-Service Teacher
c. Tech Literate (knowledge of email, web browsers, and file management)
d. Works with Children, Youth, or Adults.

7. English for Specific Purposes, Aligning Context with Practices and Materials (ESP).
a. High Intermediate to Advanced English
b. Experienced In-Service Teacher
c. Tech Literate (knowledge of email, web browsers, and file management)
d. Works with Secondary or Post Secondary levels.

8. Special Education and Differentiated Instruction in EFL Contexts (SpEd TEFL).
a. High Intermediate to Advanced English
b. Experienced In-Service Teacher
c. Tech Literate (knowledge of email, web browsers, and file management)
d. Works with Children, Youth, or Adults.

9. Teaching English to Young Learners (TEYL).
a. High Intermediate to Advanced English
b. In-Service Teacher
c. Tech Literate (knowledge of email, web browsers, and file management)
d. Works with Young Learners 5-12 years old.

* 3. Please select three courses and rank them:

  First Choice Second Choice Third Choice
1. Introduction to Online Learning
2. Introduction to Pedagogy and Practices for Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
3. Listening and Speaking Skills, Real-Time Practice and Application
4. Assessment: Summative and Formative Practices in Language Learning and Teaching
5. Building Teaching Skills Through the Interactive Web
6. Critical Thinking in Language Learning and Teaching
7. English for Specific Purposes, Aligning Context with Practices and Materials
8. Special Education and Differentiated Instruction in EFL Contexts
9. Teaching English to Young Learners

* 4. Please write one paragraph (120 words max) explaining your interest in these courses

* 5. Please provide the contact information for one person who can serve as a reference (preferably a head of department, academic director, or principal). If you are at a Binational Center, it must be an Academic Director or Coordinator.

* 6. Please provide the information of one professional contact

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