The research areas of this scholarship are: Scholarship is offered in following courses: Introduction to Pedagogy and Practices for Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL Methods), Building Teaching Skills through the Interactive Web (Web Skills), Practical Applications in Language and Learning Skills (PALSS), Teaching English to Young Learners (TEYL), Teaching English to Pre-teens and Teens (TEPT), English for Specific Purposes, Aligning Context with Practices and Materials (ESP), Special Education and Differentiated Instruction in EFL Contexts (SpEd EFL) and Summative and Formative Assessment in Language Learning and Teaching (Assessment).
Who can apply to this scholarship? E
· Teacher candidates should be current ELT professionals (e.g., teachers, teacher trainers, program administrators). They should be highly motivated individuals who are dedicated to their own professional development and to sharing the knowledge they gain with colleagues in their local area. Candidates should be committed to fulfilling all program requirements, which include dedicating at least 8
· 10 hours to course work per week. In addition, candidates must:
· Be a citizen of Lithuania;
· Not hold dual citizenship or “green card” in the United States;
· Possess high intermediate to advanced English language skills, and general understanding of English technical terms relating to digital technology and the Internet;
· Meet internet access and technology skills requirements: Regular access (4
· 5 times/week) to a reliable, up
· date computer with high
· speed internet connectivity; Basic technology skills related to email, internet searches and downloads/uploads, logins/passwords, and e
· file use (e.g., PDF, MS Word, Excel). Practical Applications in Listening and Speaking Skills (PALSS, see course descriptions) participants require access to real
· time tools such as Skype; Ability to type in English well enough to perform online tasks and to submit written assignments in a timely manner.
· Note: All Practical Applications in Listening and Speaking Skills (PALSS) course sections will be offered in the Winter 2014 term only. FY2013 nominations for this course must be submitted by August 1, 2013.
Benefits of the scholarship: Not Known
More information about the fellowship:
Duration: Not provided
Number of scholarships: Not provided