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All our schools in Spain and Mexico are preparing an exciting summer season as they wait to be reopened in a few weeks. And, of course, all don Quijote schools in Costa Rica, and Ecuador remain open and working full steam ahead!
Become a better Spanish teacher in Spain: advance your level, delve into the culture, and see what the daily routine of one of the teachers in our don Quijote schools is like. Learn an innovative methodology and gain confidence in teaching the language.
This preparation course for Spanish teachers is aimed at non-native students who already teach or want to start. They seek to perfect their mastery of Spanish, get to know the culture of the country more thoroughly, and update their teaching methods. They have a minimum Spanish level of C1 and their goal is to better their career path.
This course was created for teachers who want to spread Spanish all around the world: it’s the ideal way for them to continue following their passion while keeping their knowledge up to date. It’s also intended for people interested in learning about different methodologies they can use to teach Spanish.
Over the two weeks of the course, we offer you 20 Spanish teaching methodology classes, during which you will update your knowledge and perfect your level.
In addition, this program includes 10 hours of observation and mentoring, where you will be able to experience firsthand what the workday of one of our teachers is like, talk with them about your experience, and ask any questions you want. And we start with an online evaluation session before your arrival to make sure you'll take full advantage of the course.
You will bolster your teaching experience and become a more knowledgeable, well-rounded educator by learning to incorporate topics ranging from history to culture to politics into your classes.