The course:

This is a 60-hour online course for English language teachers who want to brush up on their teaching skills in 2021. The course focuses on teaching in various contexts (General English, teaching in schools, teaching one-to-one, teaching for exams etc.), and includes sessions on teaching the four skills, teaching systems, correcting errors and giving feedback, teaching young learners, teenagers, older learners, and much more. The second edition of this course will be offered between February and June 2021.

Most of the sessions will be taught by Higor Cavalcante, but there will also be sessions run by very special guests, who will be announced in November 2020.

The sessions:

All the sessions will take place live and the are recorded. That means that if you can’t participate in them live, you’ll be able to watch a recording, which will be available for 7 days. The classes offer a mixture of theory and discussion of its applicability in the classroom, and they aim at helping teachers to become better prepared to help their learners succeed.

Apart from the sessions, participants doing the whole course also have access to a Google Classroom with extra materials such as videos, articles, tests etc., all with a view to helping you develop more and more. Finally, certificates will be issued weekly for every session you take part in.

A complete list of the sessions that took place in the first edition of the course (first term 2020) can be found here. The new sessions will be announced in November 2020.

How to participate:

There are two ways in which you can join this course:

  • register for the whole course and take part in all of the sessions (at a discounted price);
  • or you can register only for the sessions you’re interested in.

All you need in order to take part is a computer, internet access, and between 90 minutes and three hours a week to attend the sessions live or watch their recordings.

Payment and registration:

Coming in November 2020.

Requirements and general information:


  • must have broadband connection to the internet (ideally at least 10 Mbps) and a Gmail account (to watch class recordings);
  • should use a computer for classes rather than phones or tablets;
  • must be at least at a B2 level to take part in the course;
  • will receive certificates of participation at the end of the course.

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