Curriculum Support for Language Teachers

1. Introduction

A cluster-based introduction programme for teachers new to language teaching. The programme provides teachers the opportunity to learn the language, get practical teaching ideas and establish a network with other language teachers in similar contexts. Read more

2. Specialisation

Teachers interested in up-skilling their language teaching can engage in in-depth professional development opportunities, postgraduate studies or further language study. Read more

3. Consolidation

Teachers can get support for language and cultural knowledge through Language Advisers, apply for Language Assistants for authentic input, participate in workshops and network with others to share resources. Teachers can be part of an ongoing support programme to further their knowledge while creating portfolios suitable for teacher appraisals. Read more

4. Immersion

Teachers can immerse themselves in language and culture through several Immersion and Scholarship Programmes in New Zealand and abroad. These programmes allow teachers to deepen their pedagogical understanding and create multiple authentic resources, that are easily transferable to the language classroom. Read more

5. Sustainability

Effective language teachers are supported to take on a leadership role within the language teaching community and are encouraged to share knowledge and skills to promote sustainable language learning in schools. Read more

 

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Would you like advice on which pathway is best for you?

Contact Morgan Patterson
Pathway Manager

P: 09 623 8899 ext. 46 366
M: 027 200 2601
E: pathwaymanager@ilep.ac.nz