2020 TESOL/TCSOL Certificate Program Osaka Webinar (March, 6th 2020)
The Center for International Foreign Language Teacher Education (CIFLTE) at Teachers College, Columbia University and Osaka Gakuin University (OGU) will co-host an online information session with a focus on the 2020 TCSOL/TESOL Summer Dual Certificate Program in Osaka - a systematic Teacher training program in Task-Based Language Teaching (TBLT). Both onsite and online attendance is available. We will be speaking about the program and addressing any questions that attendees might have. In addition, select program alumni will be present to share their experience and field questions from attendees. Applicants interested in the TCSOL One-year Program and/or the TCSOL /TESOL 2020 Summer program In Beijing are welcome to attend the webinar as well. We look forward to seeing you!
Date and time : March 6th, 2020, 7:00 pm (Japan Standard Time) / 6:00 am (EST)
Onsite - Room (02 -01-01) in Building #2 at Osaka Gakuin University*
Online - (Zoom meeting ID number will be Shared with you in advance of the webinar)
*Osaka Gakuin University2-36-1, Kishibe-Minami, Suita City, Osaka 564- 8511 JAPAN
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Which school/institution/company do you study or work at?
How will you attend this webinar?
Onsite at Osaka Gakuin University
Online via Zoom
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Which other programs offered by our Center would you also be interested in?
TCSOL one-year program in New York City (Onsite in New York City or Online)
TCSOL/TESOL Summer Dual Certificate Program in Macau
CIFLTE Fellow Program
CIFLTE Online Foreign Language Learning of Chinese (COF Chinese)
None of the above
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Learn more about programs offered by CIFLTE:
TCSOL One-year Certificate program in New York City:
TCSOL/TESOL Summer Dual Certificate Program (Macau):
TCSOL/TESOL Summer Dual Certificate Program (Osaka):
COF Chinese Program:
CIFLTE Fellow Program:
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