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Online learning can provide greater flexibility and more opportunities for personalised learning than a face-to-face classroom. Teachers can study at a time and in a location where they feel most comfortable. Online learning also allows teachers to take their time to reflect on what they have learnt and its relevance to their existing knowledge and circumstances, and receive answers to any questions they may have.
Another benefit of online learning is the opportunity it brings for personal growth through the development of global connections. A successful online learning environment provides a safe space that allows teachers to share ideas and experiences with people from around the world.
We offer two different types of online training:
Collaboration and reflection are key to effective learning. Under the guidance of an experienced Cambridge tutor, teachers will work closely with other teachers to develop their understanding and share ideas and experiences.
Tutor-guided courses equip teachers with a range of concepts and tools for application in their teaching. They also help teachers reflect on their own teaching practices – and those of their international colleagues.
Our self-study training is designed to give teachers a brief introduction to their specific Cambridge syllabuses or coursework component. Self-study training allows teachers to learn at their own pace and at a time that is convenient to them. Teachers have access to the course for 90 days. Although there is no tutor, we offer a number of online resources to give teachers support and guidance throughout the course.
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