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Instituto Cervantes in London launches the Diploma of Teaching Accreditation (DADIC)

El 4 de octubre de 2019 en Formación profesores por | Sin comentarios

For the first time, Instituto Cervantes in London will host the course to obtain the Diploma of Teaching Accreditation of Instituto Cervantes (DADIC) in October. This is an introductory teaching course aimed at people without previous experience or training in language teaching.

This 140-hour course will have a 50% practical component and 50% theory. The course covers the first stage of development, including teaching competence and preparation for the teaching accreditation of Instituto Cervantes.

Institute Cervantes is undertaking the training of future teachers of Spanish through the Diploma of Teaching Accreditation. It’s the first of a series of diplomas that will accredit the different levels of pedagogical aptitude in the field of Spanish as a foreign language. To access the Diploma, teachers can take a course (which will be offered at the Institute’s headquarters in Alcalá de Henares, Madrid and in the Institute’s centers worldwide) or assessment tests are also available, dependent on the student’s level and experience.

The DADIC course is based primarily on teaching practices (class observation, teaching simulations, classes taught with real students at Instituto Cervantes, among others). It also involves reflection on these practices as tools to build the necessary knowledge to successfully and autonomously face the work of a Spanish teacher. 

“Instituto Cervantes has undertaken the work of unifying the training of Spanish teachers of the future, and has begun to do so through the Diploma of Teaching Accreditation (Autonomous level), the first in a series of diplomas that will accredit different levels of pedagogical aptitude in the field of Spanish as a foreign language. To access the Diploma, teachers can take a course (which will be offered at the headquarters of the Institute in Alcalá de Henares and in the centers of the Institute in the world) or, if their training and experience a series of evaluation tests allows it,” explains Pablo Martínez Gila, head of studies at the Cervantes Institute in London.

Martínez emphasizes how the course to obtain the DADIC diploma will be based primarily on teaching practices (class observation, teaching simulations, classes taught with real students at Instituto Cervantes in London, etc.) and on the reflection on these practices as tools to go building the knowledge necessary to successfully and autonomously face the work of the Spanish teacher for foreigners.

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