Teaching English Language Learners (TELL) Certificate
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At a Glance
Graduate Certificate in Teaching English Language Learners (TELL) Certificate
If you have ever struggled learning a second language, you likely have an idea what non-native English speakers go through as they seek to learn, understand, and use English. Be part of the language-learning solution with Post University’s Graduate Certificate in Teaching English Language Learners (TELL). Coursework explores what it takes to teach English to non-native speakers, from learning theories to instruction in grammar, syntax, and everyday usage. Your TELL graduate certificate program covers how to:
- Develop approaches for teaching English language learners in different educational settings
- Pursue skills for teaching English to students of all ages
- Help learners better communicate in conversational English
- Build proficiencies in English grammar and syntax
- And more!
The Graduate Certificate in Teaching English Language Learners provides the opportunity to prepare for relevant opportunities in the industry. It is not designed to fulfill the educational requirements for any educational credential, such as a state teacher’s license.
Post University assists in researching and providing information regarding licensure; however, each state has different requirements for such licensure outside of the required education. Such state requirements may include licensure exams, background checks, certain work experience, and more. It is ultimately the responsibility of each student to manage their own licensure process and to ensure that all requirements are met in order for the student to obtain licensure. Post University does not speak on behalf of any licensing board or body and does not guarantee licensure. Requirements for licensure are subject to change without notice.
Learn about teaching certification requirements through the state departments of education: https://www2.ed.gov/about/contacts/state/index.html.
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– Peter Madonia
Program Chair, Master of Education
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