Stages pour professeurs de français Eté 2019

Vous êtes professeur de français langue étrangère et vous souhaitez développer, diversifier vos techniques d’enseignement, découvrir les ressources disponibles, faire le point sur les nouvelles tendances en pédagogie. Participez au stage d’été de l’Institut de Touraine !
Organisé autour de 4 semaines thématiques – compétences orales, compétences écrites, compétences culturelles, compétences phonologiques – ce stage vous permettra de découvrir et d’expérimenter de nouvelles techniques d’enseignement, d’actualiser vos connaissances, tout en analysant vos propres pratiques.
Vous aurez également la possibilité de suivre un module optionnel de perfectionnement linguistique et phonétique.

Il existe deux formules de stage:

  • Un stage de 20 heures par semaine, avec cours, ateliers, conférences et échanges de pratiques.  Programme organisé en matinée, vous pourrez profiter de vos après-midis pour découvrir le Val de Loire.
  • Un programme de 25 heures hebdomadaires, avec ajout d’un module de 5 heures de renforcement  linguistique et phonétique.

Pour plus d’informations, veuillez consulter le site internet de l’Institut de Touraine, télécharger notre brochure  ou contacter Thierry Peltreau, Directeur des cours  (thierry.peltreau@nullinstitutdetouraine.com)
Stage éligible Erasmus +.
L’Institut de Touraine peut réserver votre hébergement au moment de l’inscription (famille d’accueil, résidence universitaire, hôtel, etc.).

Bien cordialement
Christophe TISSOT
Directeur

Teachers’ training program, summer 2019

You are a teacher of French as a foreign language and you wish to develop, to diversify your teaching practices, to discover available resources, to have an update about trends in pedagogy? Join our teachers’ training program next summer!

Organized around 4 themes (one theme per week) – written skills, oral skills, cultural skills, phonetic skills – this program will allow you to discover and to experiment new teaching techniques, to update your knowledge while analyzing your own practices.

There are two programs:

  • A program of 20 hours per week that combines courses, workshops, lectures, exchanges on teaching practices. All courses are scheduled in the morning,  you will take advantage of your free afternoons to discover the Loire Valley.
  • A 25-hour per week program, with an additional 5-hour course to improve linguistic and phonetic skills.

For more information, please check our website, download our brochure or contact Thierry Peltreau, Course director (thierry.peltreau@nullinstitutdetouraine.com) .

Our professional training for teachers is eligible for Erasmus + funding.
Institut de Touraine can book your accommodation upon registration (homestay, university residence, hotel, etc.).

Kind regards
Christophe TISSOT
General Director

Summer scholarships for French teachers 2017

Closing date for applications: April 09th, 2017

In the interests of supporting continuing professional development for post-primary teachers of French, the Department of Education and Skills and the Cultural Service of the French Embassy offer this year again a number of scholarships to attend an in-service course during the summer.

 The in-service courses offered have enabled teachers to up-skill themselves both linguistically and pedagogically in addition to affording them opportunities to engage with other Irish teachers of French.

 There are 2 types of scholarships offered:

  • Scholarships for a 2 weeks in-service course in France (July or August)
  • Scholarship for a 5 days in-service course at The Alliance Française de Dublin (June 26th – 30th)

 For more information and details on how to apply, click here. 

Online ICT and MFL course

The ICT in the Post Primary MFL Classroom online course from PDST Technology in Education is available for self-enrolment via TeacherCPD.ie. This e-tutor supported five hour course provides an overview of a range of technologies and how they can be used to support post primary teaching, learning and assessment of modern foreign languages. Developed by PDST Technology in Education in collaboration with the Post Primary Languages Initiative (PPLI). The course starts on January 30th, 2017.

To self-enrol, teachers use their Scoilnet account (get your account here). With that Scoilnet account username and password, login to TeacherCPD.ie and go to the link for PDST Technology in Education courses….ENROL HERE. (You will find enrolment FAQs and a video guide on TeacherCPD.ie if experiencing difficulty.) Places are limited. Enrolment closes once all places are taken.

PDST Technology in Education
INVENT, Dublin City University, Dublin 9, Ireland

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