Video Chat in HD with your professor and fellow students around the globe in real time
Classes are typically held on Friday nights (North/South America time) / Saturday mornings (Asia time).
For each course in the AU MA in TESOL program course, except for the Research Portfolio, students meet for 90 minutes a week, with the first 60 minutes being taught by the professor and the remaining 30 minutes being led by an elected Student Host. Students in the Business Administration and Sustainable Management programs, on the other hand, meet in real-time online webcam classes with their professors twice during each six-week course: once during the first and fourth weeks of the term.
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Communicate daily in your free time with your professor and classmates around the globe
The Online Discussion Forum is an electronic network facilitating active communication and interaction among all students enrolled in the same course. When you post a message to the Online Discussion Forum, the post is immediately available to all other students in the course, allowing students to discuss the week's readings in their free time. A weekly Student Host directs students to perform certain tasks as outlined in the online course guide.
All discussions are facilitated by the course professor, who helps to guide the students. The Online Discussion Forum plays an integral part in AU's online programs by facilitating the out-of-class interaction among students necessary for effective exchange of ideas. The Online Discussion Forum ensures that learning and interaction do not end whenLearn More
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Teaching English to Young Learners is written by the world's leading textbook author and past president of the TESOL International Association, Dr. David Nunan. The aim of Teaching English to Young Learners (TEYL) is to provide you withLearn More
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Join the AU Global Learning Network
Anaheim University's online learning community provides the opportunity to network with students around the world. Whether you are studying in Anaheim University's online MBA, Sustainability or TESOL program, you will have the opportunity to participate in academic and professional discussions with your professors and classmates from around the globe.
As a member of AU's Online Global Community, you will enjoy the following benefits:
Students First, Always
Accredited online English Language Teacher education (TESOL), International Business and Sustainable Management programs at Anaheim University.
A Truly World-Class Education
Learn from world-acclaimed TESOL experts, and gain invaluable insight from leading-edge Sustainability and International Business Professionals.