Introduction to Making Technology Work in the Classroom

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This is a one-week introduction to the tools and techniques needed to make technology work in the classroom for those who cannot commit to the fill two-week course.

These courses are designed for second level teachers who are interested in how technology enhanced learning can be put into practice in their classroom. The course sessions are hands-on workshops which give the teacher lots of practical techniques that they can bring back to their classroom and students. The course is delivered through the medium of English.

There are between three and five course hours per day, Monday to Friday totalling 20 hours per week. There will also be two afternoon cultural visits per week.

Future learning is a specialist in technology enhanced language learning and activity programmes for second level students. We are an accredited member of Eaquals, the European Association of Quality Language Schools. Our school is committed to delivering innovative and effective technology enhanced language learning in ou courses and sharing the best practice which we develop through our training programme. This programme offers a mix of English language immersion, cultural exposure and technology enhanced teaching ideas for experienced teachers.

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Future Learning Language School
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Dublin, Ireland


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