Online Learning

 

Online and digital learning is ever more present in our modern age.

 

 

As technology advances, where and how we learn changes. The Texas International Education Consortium has what it takes to help advise, develop, and administer online assessments and trainings across a variety of fields and purposes.  

From virtual exchanges, online TOEFL prep, administering online curriculum, and more, the Texas International Education Consortium can implement a range of digital offerings to stand alone or compliment any project or program.

Examples:

Online TOEFL Prep Program for non-native speakers in the nursing field to improve their English abilities for the NCLEX Exam

Through a partnership with Global Professional Resources, LLC, TIEC’s TIEP created an Online TOEFL Prep Program that is expertly designed to prepare non-native English speakers looking to take their NCLEX exams in order to be able to work as nurses in the United States. The 12-week program teaches users successful test-taking strategies designed to improve scores, while simultaneously offering extensive practice in the listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills needed to perform well on tests similar to the TOEFL iBT. The program includes comprehensive curriculum on an online learning platform, an official practice test for each enrolled student at the end of the 12-week course, experienced ESL instructors supporting student learning through an online video conference platform, and continuous assessment with monthly progress on each student’s engagement.

 Photo of Texas International Education Consortium students working online.

English Language Classes for Uruguayan Secondary School Students Delivered via Interactive Video Conferencing

Through a partnership with Uruguay’s Plan Ceibal, an initiative to promote digital inclusion and to reduce the digital divide among citizens of Uruguay, TIEP delivered English conversation classes to Uruguayan public high school and middle school students through live interactive video conferencing. TIEP instructors offered 45-minute sessions each week to 30 classes of students located throughout Uruguay with support by a local Uruguayan teacher in each classroom.