The American University of Rome is pleased to announce that the graduate-level seminar New technologies and multi-disciplinary perspectives in Italian teaching will take place July 2-17, 2013 in Rome, Italy.
This two-week technology, methodology and culture course is conducted by expert instructors Prof. Flavia Laviosa from Wellesley College and Prof. Rosemonde Gurtner from The American University of Rome.
Composed of 60 academic hours, divided between lab practicum, theory and hands-on in-class activities, this course is one of the few of its kind in Italy to offer a rigorous academic program of study by an accredited university.
Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive 4.0 graduate credits from The American University of Rome, an American institution that has been operating in Rome for more than 40 years and is accredited by Middle States Commission on Higher Education.
The course helps participants improve their teaching strategies by illustrating modern approaches to use of the internet in student learning, by introducing them to innovative methods to language and culture instruction, and by presenting them with creative ways to tackle learning problems.
BA students pursuing a degree in teaching Italian, Teaching Assistants, Graduate Students, Middle and High School Teachers, University Instructors, and Teacher Trainers of Italian as a Second Language are encouraged to apply.
All seminar activities are conducted in Italian.
For more details and to apply, visit http://www.aur.edu/american-university-rome/2012/10/summer-2013-new-technologies-and-multi-disciplinary-perspectives-in-italian-teaching
For questions, contact Seminar Coordinator and Director Prof. Catherine Ramsey-Portolano at bringitaliantolife at aur dot edu
Application deadline is April 1, 2013.
[AAIS] Accredited 4.0 Graduate Credit Professional development seminar for Italian teachers in Rome, July 2013. AATI Listserve (email@example.com, 21 Jan 2013).