TEFL Online and combined courses in South Africa

Course summary

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Nabeel Abed is an experienced teacher and popular consultant who has worked for many years in schools in the Middle East. He is widely respected for his work in the field of inquiry based learning, ICT in Education and integrative curriculum in which he has taught. Nabeel began his professional life as a photographer but later moved into education where he began as a classroom teacher and then transitioned into teacher development and consulting. His fascination with how students’ constructed their understandings and his interest in the way questions and big ideas could drive curriculum, soon led to a passion for integrative and inquiry-based methodologies. This passion has become a career-long focus on teaching, research and writing and the methodologies in which Nabeel now aims to make a
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central focus in schools throughout Africa.
Critical to Nabeel’s success is his continued involvement in classroom teaching. Whether it is to demonstrate techniques, coach teachers or build his own repertoire of practices, Nabeel is committed to regular and on-going work with students. His classroom work and research feed a dynamic and ever-evolving expertise in the area of integrative and inquiry-based learning.
Nabeel’s professional development offerings are diverse. They range from intensive partnerships with schools to develop inquiry programs and practices over several years through to one-day workshops for beginning or experienced inquiry teachers. Whether in his hometown of Durban or on the other side of the world, working with a team or speaking to a packed auditorium Nabeel’s style is refreshingly practical, inclusive and always connected to the real world of teaching.

TEFL courses at Nabeel Abed Academy

  • TEFL course

    Where can I take the course?
    Online and South Africa

    Course length
    4 to 12 weeks

    Course price
    TEFL 120 – $255 , TEFL 140 – $425

    Teaching practicum
    TEFL 140 – 2 days teaching practice