Russell Stannard teaches on the MA in ELT at the University of Warwick. The course is taught by many of the most well-known researchers and writers in the ELT world. The Centre for Applied Linguistics at Warwick is also home to a very special library of ELT books and publications that goes back over nearly 100 years of ELT publishing. The collection is sponsored by the British Council and is used by many scholars for research purposes. Russell is the ICT programme leader and teaches on all the ICT modules.
Studying in the Applied Linguistics department, which is headed by Professor Helen-Oatey-Spencer, you can do an MA in ELT with an ICT specialisation. In term one you do 5 core modules looking at ELT methodologies and language acquisition. In term 2 you will do a module in ICT and ELT and a double module called "Professional Practice" which looks in even greater detail at the role of ICT in ELT. Both modules are taught by Russell and Tilly Harrison. You will also get the chance to do your dissertation around an area of technology you are interested in. This means that nearly the whole of the second and third terms are focused on ELT and ICT, giving you ample opportuntity to develop your ICT skills. This is a great course, from a great institution and you will get the chance to use and develop many of the technologies that Russell sugggests on his website.Click here and go to the Warwick Site and find out more about the course.
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