Teacher Education Program (TEP)

The TEP Program features modules that have been designed specifically for in-service preschool, primary, and secondary teachers of English or teachers using English as a medium of instruction.

Each module is led by a qualified e-tutor. The e-tivities provide theoretical input, promote reflection, and encourage course participants to plan new approaches to lessons and try out new techniques in their classrooms.

Working together, teachers from different countries and teaching contexts have the opportunity to learn about relevant ELT topics, to exchange ideas, and to improve their own teaching practices with expert guidance.

Program details: 6 online modules of 30 hours each, guided by an e-tutor, with specified assignment deadlines.

Program description: Each module is divided into three stages:

  1. Explore:

    Participants use their own experience and knowledge to analyze the course content and identify their learning needs.
  2. Think and Learn:

    Examples of best practice and theory give teachers opportunities to compare and contrast their initial ideas and beliefs.
  3. Use:

    Participants plan lessons, apply new techniques in class and reflect on the areas where they have improved the most.

Available Modules:

  • English for the Classroom
  • Children as Language Learners
  • L2 Literacy
  • CLIL: Bilingualism and Multiculturalism—An Introduction
  • CLIL: How to Teach Science
  • CLIL: How to Teach Arts & Crafts

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Suitable for teachers with:

  • Language teaching experience
  • A recognized teaching qualification
  • A minimum CEFR B1 level of English
  • Availability to devote a minimum of 30 hours to the course over a period of 6 weeks.
  • Access to a computer with Internet connection.


For more information about prices, discounts, and group rates, please contact your local UDP consultant or write to udp_admin@udaytonpublishing.com