English and Methodology for TESOL* Purposes (EMTP) is designed and delivered by ICTE-UQ for English language teachers who have a language background other than English.
This workshop is ideal for English language teachers at primary and secondary levels, and representatives from governmental Boards of Education.
The workshop will provide opportunities to find out more about the highly successful EMTP program, including:
- creative and innovative methodology and techniques for teaching English
- new resources and material for use in the classroom
- improve your own English language skills.
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|Tokai University, Takanawa Campus, Tokyo||Tuesday 29 November - 2.00pm - 5.00pm||Register|
|Meijo University - Nagoya Dome mae Campus, Nagoya||Friday 2 December - 2:00pm - 5:00pm||Register|
|Kansai University - Senriyama Campus, Osaka||Monday 5 December - 2:00pm - 5:00pm||Register|
|Kyushu University - Hakozaki Campus, Fukuoka||Thursday 8 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.
Previous partners ICTE-UQ has worked in collaboration with include:
- Osaka City Board of Education
- Osaka Prefectural Government
- Saitama Prefectural Government
- Okinawa Board of Education
- Council on International Education Exchange (CIEE)
- Many individual elementary and high school teachers who have enrolled in our public EMTP program offered once a year in Brisbane at the UQ campus between July – August
- New Generation Leadership Program for Japanese High Schools for the Tokyo Metropolitan Board of Education in 2013 – 2014
- Series of workshops for elementary teachers across six Japanese cities including Sapporo, Sendai, Nagoya, Osaka, Fukuoka.
“The combination of English skills and teaching techniques included in the EMTP program has been very valuable for me. I have been able to learn more about lesson planning and other skills and how to apply these to my own teaching. Being in an English speaking environment has also been important for me and I have had the opportunity to meet fellow English language teachers from around the world and to discuss similarities and differences in our teaching styles. This course has given me new ideas for my teaching and more confidence in my own English language skills”.
Hiroshi Ohtsuka, Japan
*Teaching English to speakers of other languages