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The Tesol graduate school uses the latest teaching theories and technologies to educate students in TESOL instruction, administrative decision-making and content development. The school is fully equipped with a studio and computer labs featuring state-of-the-art facilities, where students can develop lessons and rehearse for classes.
The school’s curriculum uses the latest ELT techniques by training students to make use of innovative technology and multimedia based on theoretical frameworks. Moreover, the faculty consists of experts in different fields, including ELT methods, linguistics and content development, who teach with the aim of producing multidisciplinary professionals.
Students are expected to take Theory & Practice I and II, Lesson Design, Course Design, Intro to LMS (Learning Management System) and so on as core classes and can choose to create a portfolio or write a thesis afterward. Students are allowed to take classes from both the departments of ELT and ELT Content Development and are thus trained to become multifaceted in aspects of English education. As a result, even those not accustomed to using digital devices usually become experts by the time they graduate.
“We provide customized programs to teachers at schools and private academies by overcoming restraints of time and space,” said Lee Kil-ryoung, dean of HUFS Graduate School of Tesol. “We believe we have been successfully developing high-quality ELT methods based on savvy multimedia, which is hard for other Tesol programs to keep up with. Our strength lies in field-centered English education, and we will keep providing cutting-edge teaching methodologies.”
HUFS graduate school of Tesol is accepting applications from Sept. 23 to Oct. 2. Application forms and related documents must be submitted during this period.