Welcome to UO E-Teacher

Overview

E-Teacher is a U.S. Department of State (US DOS) program, funded by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and managed by Office of English Language Programs. E-Teacher courses and the professional development exchange are administered by the University of Oregon’s (UO) American English Institute (AEI). All decisions to award scholarships and professional development exchange places and the criteria related thereto are made and established by US DOS. For more information, please also see US DOS site: E-Teacher Scholarship Program.

E-Teacher offers ten (10) innovative, online, professional development courses to English as a Foreign Language (EFL) teaching professionals in more than 200 countries outside the U.S.:

  • Assessment: Summative and Formative Practices in Language Learning and Teaching
  • Building Teaching Skills Through the Interactive Web (Web Skills)
  • Critical Thinking in Language Learning and Teaching (CT)
  • Developing Local Leadership for Global English Language Teaching (Global English)
  • English for Specific Purposes, Aligning Context with Practices (ESP)
  • Introduction to Pedagogy and Practices in TESOL (TESOL Methods)
  • Practical Applications in Listening and Speaking Skills (PALSS)
  • Special Education and Differentiated Instruction in an EFL Context (SpEd EFL)
  • Teaching English to Pre-teens and Teens (TEPT)
  • Teaching English to Young Learners (TEYL)

These two 5-week courses were also freely available Spring 2015 through Fall 2015 as Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) on Coursera:

Each MOOC course contains unique content. The courses may be taken separately or together and in any order.

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