Certificates in Assessment and Online Teaching
Distance Education Faculty Mentor Certificate
ACTFL OPI Certificate
ILR OPI Certificate
Distance Education Completion Course
Writing Proficiency Test Certificate
Distance Education Faculty Mentor CertificateThe certificate is issued by the College of Charleston institute of Teaching, Learning and Technology for working as a faculty participants in the Distance Education Course
ACTFL OPI CertificateA certificate of Oral Proficiency Testing issued by the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages
ILR OPI CertificateA certificate in assessing language proficiency in Levantine Arabic according to the Defense Language Institute guidelines
Distance Education Completion CourseA Certificate of completion of distance education course where participants become certified online instructors. The certificate is issued by the institute of Teaching, learning and Technology at the College of Charleston.
Writing Proficiency Test CertificateAn ACTFL Certificate in assessing writing proficiency in Modern Standard Arabic
FulbrightA Scolsrship fully-funded by USA government to study MA in TESL for two years
ACTFL ProficiencyCreated by the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages in order to provide a means of assessing the proficiency of a foreign language speaker.
Founded in 1904, the Order of the Golden Fleece was patterned after the Skull and Bones of Yale University. The order's goal was to unite student leaders in the resolution of student problems for the betterment of student life in general. Considered the highest honorary at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the Order of the Golden Fleece selects its members based upon service to the university as reflected in scholarship, motivation, creativity, loyalty, and leadership in academic and extracurricular pursuits.
University of North Carolina committee on Teaching Awards strongly encourages the community to nominate deserving faculty members and graduate teaching assistants for distinguished teaching awards. The committee will review the nominees, collect additional information and recommend winners to the Chancellor. The committee will recommend recipients for six types of awards
The award was established to recognize excellence in inspirational teaching of undergraduate students, particularly first- and second-year students. The award were created in 1952 with a bequest by Kenneth Spencer Tanner, class of 1911, and Sara Tanner Crawford (and by them on behalf of their deceased brothers, Simpson Bobo Tanner, Jr. and Jesse Spencer Tanner), establishing an endowment fund in memory of their parents, Lola Spencer and Simpson Bobo Tanner.