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Enhance your lessons with interactive technology

This course aims to increase your understanding of how various technology can be used effectively in English language teaching.

Technology in the Classroom is a two-week course aimed at developing your knowledge of technology through practical learning. By the end of the course, you should feel confident in your ability to successfully integrate relevant technology into your daily teaching practice.

This programme is aimed at teachers, teacher trainers and educational inspectors.

Due to the current situation with Covid-19, course start dates are under review. Please contact us for more information regarding the course you are interested in so we can advise and update you accordingly.

Course facts

Course duration

2 weeks

Available in


Course levels

Upper-Intermediate (B2)


Total hours

42 hours

Start dates


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Technology in the Classroom Course objectives

The aim of the course is to:

  • Raise participants' awareness of the principles and practice of the use of technology in language teaching.
  • Build participants confidence in their own technology skills and to increase their knowledge and awareness of how technology can be applied in and out of the classroom.
  • Equip participants with ideas, skills and materials which they can use and adapt to their own contexts. 
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Two students using an iPad in BSC Oxford

Course methodology 

During the course, you will be exposed to a wide range of technology and given instruction on how to make the most of these tools to support a range of teaching styles and contexts. By the end of the course, participants will be able to, for example, create and exploit audio podcasts, produce and edit digital video, use digital storytelling apps, develop a PLN (personal learning network), set up and manage blogs, integrate digital games and mobile learning strategies, use a VLE (virtual learning environment) and create augmented reality content.  


Teachers who have taken this course in the past have left with a wealth of new ideas and activities to try out in their own classrooms. All teachers who take the course are encouraged to stay in touch with each other in order to share ideas and resources. 

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