Registration to take part in the online teacher training course on dyslexia and language learning is now open. The course is 11 weeks long, with an introductory week and a 10 week long content session on topics that help foreign language teachers to facilitate the language learning processes of dyslexic learners. The course is free and is run by Judit Kormos (Department of Linguistics and English Language of Lancaster University) and Anne-Margaret Smith (ELTwell) as part of the Dystefl project (www.dystefl.eu). The course starts on the 26th of November Monday and finishes on the 25th of February 2013 with a two-week break over Christmas. By signing up you commit yourself to participating in the online learning activities for 10 weeks and to give feedback on the quality and content of the course. The course requires broadband internet access and weekly 3-4 hours of work. The course is limited to 20 participants and places are allocated on the first come first served basis. Participants who complete all the units and the feedback sheets will receive a certificate of attendance from Lancaster University, UK.
Course Registration closed on Oct 25, 2012. Please contact one of the project partners in case you are interested to take part in a future DysTEFL course.
See on www.dystefl.eu