How does the Blended/Online TESOL Certificate Course work?
Our 130-hour TESOL Certificate course in its most convenient format.
Our blended format combines online and face-to-face learning to get the best of all worlds:
Less drive time
More self-directed study
Classes from the convenience of home
Laser-focused in-class sessions
Real practice teaching in front of a class
Feedback from teachers and peers
Practice with group work and classroom space
connection and camaraderie that only happens when you’re in the same room together
HERE’S HOW IT WORKS
Now you’re thinking…
“Well this looks a lot easier than going to class everyday.”
Yes, the blended/online course is perfect for some people! If this sounds like you, it might be a perfect match:
Disciplined about making and keeping your own study schedule
Don’t get overwhelmed by having access to lots of information at once
Can reach out for help by text, email, or phone if you need it
Aren’t terrified by technology
Enjoy the freedom of working on your own schedule (and in your pj’s)
Are willing to try something new
Are willing to communicate by phone, email, and video conferencing (like Skype)
Understand that this is a college level course and expect to spend time with new ideas and assignments
If you’re new to the world of online learning and are just feeling a little nervous, don’t worry, we’re behind you every step of the way. We’ve make the course easy to use, we’re using the simplest, most accessible technology we can get our hands on, and you’re not in this alone.
But beware, it’s not for everyone.
If this list describes you, it’s better to consider our face to face course or a different program:
Not self-directed or not willing to make the time in your schedule to complete the online modules
Don’t like to ask for clarification, and can’t imagine having to do that by phone or email
Prefer to complete assignments in class, and not have to work on them at home
Don’t have a fast, reliable internet connection
Want to take this version of the course because it looks easier (it’s not)
Hate technology or are convinced that you’re cursed by the tech gods
If that sounds like you, contact us about our next face-to-face offering.