23.1832, Support: Training in Methods of Teaching Younger Learners: Grad&Undergrad, Indiana University Bloomington

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Subject: 23.1832, Support: Training in Methods of Teaching Younger Learners: Grad&Undergrad, Indiana University Bloomington

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Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2012 14:07:47
From: Cigdem Balim [cbalim at indiana.edu]
Subject: Training in Methods of Teaching Younger Learners: Grad&Undergrad, Indiana University Bloomington

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 Institution/Organization: Indiana University Bloomington 
Department: School of Education 
Web Address: http://education.indiana.edu/ 

Level: Open 

Specialty Areas:  
Training in Methods of Teaching Younger Learners 



WHY:    Train teachers for language instruction in community settings: Bridges 2

WHAT:   Participate in intensive, professional development institute 
       Learn appropriate teaching methods for Pre-K to grade 6 
       Design lessons, materials, & developmentally appropriate assessment 
       Gain skills in community-based language advocacy & twice weekly afternoon
practicum experiences at different community-based sites 
       Receive six credits for two courses - language teaching methods & practicum

WHO:   Current or Prospective teachers of Arabic, Chinese, Farsi, Turkish, or
       Graduate or Undergraduates desiring a teaching credential  
       Class size is limited to 10 graduate & 5 undergraduate students

Online:      May 14 - June 1          3-week online preparation and class
Onsite:      June 8 - June 29        3-week residential Bloomington program
Follow Up:      July 2 - August 20    follow up online- finalization of projects

WHERE:            Residential program - School of Education, Indiana University,
Bloomington, IN

PROVIDED:     Tuition, room & board, in-town transportation, program materials

IU PARTNERS:   Department of Literacy, Culture & Language Education of the
School of Education | Department of Near Eastern Languages & Cultures | Center
for the Study of Global Change | Center for Social Studies and International
Education | Center for the Study of the Middle East 
For Application Materials:

Application Deadline: 28-Apr-2012 

Web Address for Applications: http://education.indiana.edu/ResearchProjects/STARTALK/tabid/16107/Default.aspx 

Contact Information: 
	Dr. Cigdem Balim 
	cbalim at indiana.edu 
	Phone:+1 812 8559483  or +1 812 8554221  

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