Academic teaching in English workshop - Kyushu University
This workshop is for academic teaching staff seeking to deliver programs in English. It will provide you with the opportunity to talk to an experienced CLIL teacher trainer and experience what the CLIL course may include.
Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) is an internationally recognised approach for educators who teach, or want to teach curriculum using English as the medium of instruction from a non-English speaking background. Our CLIL training is becoming the program of choice for universities who to increase the number, expand the range, and enhance the quality of courses delivered in English.
Philippa Coleman has over 25 years experience as an educational manager, teacher trainer and TESOL* language teacher in Asia, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East and Australia. Philippa is Assistant Director of Studies at the Institute of Continuing and TESOL* Education at The University of Queensland.
*Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
Co-host and directions
This event is co-hosted by Kyushu University. Kyushu University and The University of Queensland pursue practical collaborations through the UQ-KU project. Visit the Kyushu University campus map for directions on campus and how to get to campus by train.
Date and Time
Building “21st Century Plaza”, Hakozaki Campus
Lecture room A – 2nd floor
Fukuoka-shi, Fukuoka-ken 812-0053