The online CertICT: Certificate in Teaching Languages with Technology gives you the skills and confidence to use a range of technologies and tools with your students, in a principled and effective manner. From 2019 the CertICT is offered 'on demand' only.
Our 'On Demand' courses are available to groups of six participants or more. For more information, please use the form below to make an enquiry about the possibility or running it for your institution.
During the course, you will:
Module 3 can only be taken after you successfully complete Module 1 and Module 2 (you can take Modules 1 and 2 in any order, but you must complete both before you take Module 3). Module 3 - the ICT Course Project - consists of planning, implementing, and then reflecting on a technology-enhanced lesson (or lessons) that you carry out with your own students.
You will need to draw on the content and ideas covered in Modules 1 and 2 for this. You’re expected to spend about 3 to 4 hours per week on your coursework for Module 3, and you will also attend two ‘real time’ videoconferencing sessions with your tutor and course colleagues to help you plan and implement your ICT project effectively.
From 2019 the CertICT is offered 'on demand' only. Our 'On Demand' courses are available to groups of six participants or more. For more information, please use this form to make an enquiry about the possibility or running it for your institution.
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