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Professional development for teachers in Taiwan

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Professional development for teachers in Taiwan

Postby tatterdemalion » 18 Apr 2016, 12:51

For anyone at Forumosa who is interested in furthering their knowledge of ELT, I have written a two-part article (co-authored with another teacher in Taiwan) listing various options for professional development in Taiwan:

https://www.englishintaiwan.com/english-hub/lesson-plans/professional-development-english-teaching-certifcates

https://www.englishintaiwan.com/english-hub/lesson-plans/professional-development-english-teaching-certifcates-part-two

Please take a look, and feel free to post any additional ideas in this thread.
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