CU Boulder offers a fully online graduate certificate in Language Teaching with Technology.
CU Boulder offers a fully online graduate certificate in Language Teaching with Technology. Two courses are offered in the spring semester and we have a limited number of scholarships for new Elevate students for LGTC 5030 (see below). Here is the form, the deadline to apply is November 15th (scholarships covers 50% of tuition):
LGTC 5030: Tools in Practice (fully online, 10 weeks, 10 themes, starts Jan 14th)
This course will introduce you to 9 major language technology themes (flipped learning, CI and technology, intercultural competence, digital storytelling, digital writing tools, gamification, social media and Internet safety and assessment). You will explore the educational potential of each theme through scholarly readings, discussion and lesson planning.
LGTC 5050: Telecollaboration & Language Learning (fully online, 8 weeks, starts April 1st)
Telecollaboration refers to the practice of pairing students or groups of students to native speakers of the target language through video conferencing tools for the specific purpose of increasing their language and cultural proficiency. In this course, you will learn about the companion methodology and instructional approaches to make such exchanges successful.
For more information or to register, visit the Elevate website.
Please let me know if you have any questions about the program or the courses.
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Edwige Simon, PhD
Director of the Elevate Program
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