This workshop is for academic teaching staff seeking to deliver programs in English. It will provide you with the opportunity to talk to an experienced CLIL teacher trainer and experience what the CLIL course may include.
Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) is an internationally recognised approach for educators who teach, or want to teach, curriculum using English as the medium of instruction for students from a non-English speaking background. Our CLIL training is becoming the program of choice for universities who want to increase the number, expand the range, and enhance the quality of courses delivered in English.
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|Tokai University, Takanawa Campus, Tokyo||Monday 28 November - 2.00pm - 5.00pm||Register|
|Meijo University, Nagoya Dome mae Campus, Nagoya||Thursday 1 December - 2:00pm - 5:00pm||Register|
|Kansai University - Senriyama Campus, Osaka||Tuesday 6 December - 2:00pm - 5:00pm||Register|
|Kyushu University - Hakozaki Campus, Fukuoka||Friday 9 December - 2:00pm - 5:00pm||Register|
There is no charge for these workshops.
Philippa Coleman has over 25 years experience as an educational manager, teacher trainer and TESOL* language teacher gained in Asia, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East and Australia. Philippa is Assistant Director of Studies at the Institute of Continuing and TESOL* Education at The University of Queensland.
The programs are supporting TU to internationalise its curriculum, attract international students from English speaking countries, and to prepare Japanese TQU students for globally engaged careers.
- CLIL participant, Tokai University
Delivery location: Tokai University, Tokyo
Tokyo Institute of Technology
ICTE-UQ delivered an inaugural one-week CLIL training program for 23 of the University’s academics in March 2015. The program was part of a university-wide strategy to enrich global engagement and boost the University’s global rankings. It received funding support from the Japanese Government’s Super Global Universities initiative.
Tokyo Tech is currently ranked at 141 in the 2014-2015 Times Higher Education World University Rankings and is Japan’s third highest placed university.
“The course is useful not only to improve “teaching in English” but also to improving “teaching in general.”
- CLIL participants, Tokyo Tech
Kobe University was selected as one of the top 20 research-intensive universities in Japan in 2013 by the Japanese Government’s Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology and the University is committed to achieving Global Excellence in research and education.
ICTE-UQ delivered two one-week CLIL programs for small groups of eight and ten academics from Kobe University in 2014 to support the University’s strategic goal to enhance academic, education and research exchange with overseas universities.
“This is program is so effective, and teacher is great! This is a chance to think how to teach.”
- CLIL participant, Kobe University