CMUTEFL program in July 2021

Like all courses now-a-days during this pandemic, we are having to adapt and be flexible during the delivery of our courses, for this reason, we have made some important changes to our course curriculum, however these changes do not dramatically impact the quality of teaching for our students. Our teaching practices provide students both on campus and online classes with university students and non university learners. The initial feedback from both our trainee teachers and learners was very positive and we expect that these slight adjustments to the TEFL program will be applied to the upcoming programs in the future.  

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