Spring 2018 E-Teacher Scholarship Program 14 Dec 13:59
The American English (AE) E-Teacher Scholarship Program offers foreign English teaching professionals the opportunity to take university-level professional development courses through various university partners in the United States. The AE E-Teacher Program is funded by the U.S. Department of State and administered by FHI 360. All AE E-Teacher courses use the latest in instructional technology to provide participants with an interactive distance-learning experience, and are designed to familiarize participating teachers with current methods and issues in the field of English as a Foreign Language. The AE E-Teacher Program also connects participants with U.S. English language teaching experts and creates a professional network of international colleagues.
More details about the program can be found on the Exchange Programs website.
Who can apply?
- Be an English language professional
- Have strong English language reading and writing skills (minimum 525 TOEFL, 70 iBT, or CEFR B2)
- Be a citizen of the country in which you are living
- Be living in your country for the entire duration of the AE E-Teacher term
- Have regular and reliable access to high-speed internet connection
- Be able to spend 10 to 12 hours online each week for the duration of the 8-week course
- Be willing to be enrolled in a second or third course, if your primary choice is unavailable
Description of offered online courses
- Teaching Grammar Communicatively by World Learning
- Integrating Critical Thinking into the Exploration of Culture in an EFL Setting by World Learning
- Using Educational Technology in the English Language Classroom by Iowa State University
- Teaching English to Young Learners by George Mason University
- Professional Development for Teacher Trainers by Arizona State University
- Content Based Instruction by World Learning
- TESOL Methodology by University of Baltimore Maryland County
The application for spring 2018 courses closes on January 20, 2018.
If you have additional question please contact us at: BelgradeEL@state.gov