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Q12: I’m enrolled in an online ESOL endorsement class. When and where do we meet?
Q13: I see many different ESOL courses offered in the same semester (e.g. LLED 5040 and LLED 5040E). Which course should I take first?
Q14: Can I take all three ESOL courses at once?
Q15: When are the ESOL courses offered?
Q16: I see many different ESOL courses offered in the same semester (e.g. LLED 5040 and LLED 5040E), and I want to take them online. Which should I register for?
A12: All class activities take place online through ELearning Common, UGA’s course management and delivery system. The courses are asynchronous, meaning there are no set times whole classes or groups are to be online at the same time. Students engage in the required weekly class discussions within specified regular time periods; papers and projects have explicit due dates.
A13: The three courses can be taken in any sequence. Please note: The ESOL Methods and Materials in the k12 Classroom (LLED 5630e/7630e) course is more easily completed during the traditional school calendar year.
A14: Yes. You can take one, two, or three at once. However, each course requires a significant time commitment. We do not advise prospective students to take more than one course while working full time.
A15: Typically, the ESOL endorsement courses are offered online every semester. For information on the possibility of a face-to-face version, consult Oasis.
A16: Course numbers followed by an “e” or “E” indicate that the class is delivered completely online. Those without an “e” or “E” after the course number are face-to-face or blended (both face-to-face and online). At times, enrollment in some sections of the endorsement courses is restricted, and registration requires permission of the department (POD).
If you do not find the answer to your question(s) on this page, please contact the Department of Language and Literacy Education at 706-542-4505 or email Becky Hendren