JANUARY 15-26, 2018
Travel with Purpose
Picture this: You’re strolling down a cobblestone street, each step lit by the towering Coliseum before you. Your belly is full of equal parts bruschetta and pasta, but not full enough to discard the gelato in your right hand. The day is over, but the night is young and full of adventures. You need only choose one.
With two weeks to live, learn and teach in Rome, there is no shortage of life-lasting adventures to be had. During the day, use your newfound TEFL knowledge teaching English in a Roman classroom. The weekends (and evenings) are yours to curate as you see fit, but in case you need some inspiration...
A Typical Day in Rome for a Destination TEFL Student:Click to Open
8:00am: Stroll to a cafe nearby for a cappuccino and croissant.
9:00am: Arrive at your local school to observe and teach ESL lessons. You’ll be teaching/observing about 2 hours per day, so during this time you may have a prep period.
1:00pm: Enjoy a bowl of pasta or pizza with your classmates.
2:00pm: Get out your notebooks! Travel to the CIEE Rome classroom for ESL instruction by an experienced mentor teacher - during this time, you’ll also discuss what went well in the morning, what you are preparing for the next day, and intercultural training for success in an Italian classroom.
6:00pm: Work is done for the day! Enjoy a nice stroll around the beautiful streets of Rome.
9:00pm: Dinner! Italians typically eat dinner a little later.
Note: Schedule is an example, subject to change
Weekend InspirationClick to Open
The weekend is yours to explore - here are a few suggestions on how to spend your free time:
Take a guided tour of the Coliseum, the most internationally recognized symbol of Rome. You’ll be able to skip the ticket line and get all the details on this site’s gruesome history.
Hike or rent a Vespa and ride it to the top of Gianicolo, the highest vantage point in the city. From here you’ll be able to see the Spanish Steps, Palazzo Venezia, and beyond.
Up for a day-trip? Take the train from Rome to Naples, and check out one of the liveliest cities in Italy.
Program Cost: $2,000
- 190 Hour TEFL certification upon completion of the online course and in-person practicum (130 hours of online coursework and 60 hours of coursework and practicum abroad).
- 2 weeks of instruction and observed practicum with local students under the guidance of an experienced mentor teacher. Includes:
- 40 hours of instruction from mentor teachers
- 20 hours of observed practicum
- Pre-departure and in-country support (what to pack, transportation advice, emergency support in-country)
- Welcome dinner
- A cultural excursion in Rome
- One-month transportation pass to use in Rome
- Travel insurance (for U.S. citizens and permanent residents only)
- Job assistance and advice
- Italian Social Security Card – required to study in Italy
What’s not Included:
- Accommodation- recommended accommodation list will be provided
- Airport pick-up
- Meals (besides welcome dinner)
Dates and Deadlines
January 15-26, 2018
December 1, 2017
Destination TEFL Eligibility Requirements
Must be a fluent English speaker
Must have a valid Passport or Passport Card
Ability to obtain a clean criminal background check
Must love adventure and traveling abroad
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