PRLog - Feb. 28, 2013 - SANTA FE, N.M. -- TESOL Trainers has unraveled a highly interactive and experiential approach to training World Language instructors. Like any educator, World Language instructors benefit from professional development that help them solidify their skills and develop new ones.
Teaching World Languages
“The fact is, says John Kongsvik, "World Language teachers receive far fewer professional development opportunities than other content area teachers.’ the director of TESOL Trainers." As John Kongsvik explained, teachers of World Languages tend to be overlooked when it comes to content-specific workshops and trainings.
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This Teaching World Languages course promises to provide language teachers with practical skills in both designing and delivering learner centered lessons. Teachers explore scores of easy to use, adaptable techniques, that engage and educate the students.
"The other great thing about this course is its experiential nature," added John Kongsvik, "it's all hands-on and really interactive. This is the type of course for people who want to take charge of their own learning."
For more information about how you can bring this practical, effective, and experiential program to your school or district, please contact John R. Kongsvik, the Director of TESOL Trainers via email: email@example.com or by telephone: 505-204-4361.