Making time for research in the English classroom

Discover how to reflect on and explore issues in your teaching context, plan and carry out a small-scale classroom research project and communicate your findings effectively.  Access 'Making time for research in the English classroom' from 3 December 2024. Enrolment for this free course will open soon.

Welcome to Making time for research in the English classroom


How will the course help you?

Discover how to reflect on and explore issues in your teaching context, plan and carry out a small-scale classroom research project and communicate your findings effectively.


What does the course include?

Making time for research in the English classroom is a free self-study training course, which is divided into three hour modules. It also includes:

  • A dedicated Facebook community of course participants with up-to-date insight, resources and innovative ideas for you to try out.
  • Engaging discussions taking place in the Facebook community
  • Live events with your course tutor and language teaching experts
  • A free workbook with extra learning content and resources (coming soon).

When is the course?

We will run the free online modules again in December / January 2025. The course will be open for enrolment soon.


How much does the course cost?

The course is free.


How can you get a certificate?

You will receive a certificate if you successfully complete all self-study modules.


What level of English do I need?

Minimum CEFR B1


What can I do now?

While you're waiting for the online modules to open, if you're interested in learning more about exploratory action research, you can:

Comments

Submitted by Cath McLellan on Fri, 07/05/2024 - 08:14

In reply to by Ahmed Gaibani

Hi Ahmed

You can sign up for this course from December, following the instructions above. Hope you find it useful!

Cath

TeachingEnglish team

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