21.5 hours per week
All Bell Teacher Academy courses are delivered by highly experienced teacher trainers. The team includes a whole host of leading ELT experts and published educational authors.
This one-week course will give you the skills and knowledge you need to plan and deliver successful online English lessons. You will learn how to adapt your existing teaching skills to an online context and be introduced to the platforms, tools and resources that can be used for teaching online. This is a great course if you would like to expand your career opportunities outside the classroom and take advantage of the flexibility that being an online teacher offers.
Topics covered on Teaching English Online include:
- Setting up an online school
- Choosing the right platform
- Creating online course content
- Creating online live class content
- Making the shift from the classroom to the webcam
- Delivering online lessons
- Understanding student data
- Marketing yourself and your school online
Topics can be adapted depending on participants’ professional needs, priorities, and teaching context.
Participants will have the opportunity to build up a portfolio of authentic materials to support the cultural component of their teaching.
In addition to the core development course, teachers choose two additional workshops a week, such as ‘Using film in the classroom’, ‘Motivating students’ and ‘Different ways to use songs in the classroom’.
Guest lectures and plenary sessions
Weekly guest lectures and plenary sessions by well-known ELT experts.
Experience British life
Bell Teacher Academy takes place at Stephen Perse. With easy access to the city centre, so you can explore Cambridge with other teachers, visit the many museums and go to one of the many outdoor cultural events over the summer such as ‘Shakespeare in the park’. There are a host of activities held on campus too and trips to nearby cities including London.
Bell Teacher Academy partners with Cambridge University Press and Cambridge English Language Assessment.