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On-line only St.Robert's (PCU) for teaching diploma

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Mike123_ca


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Some teachers at my school are going to sign up for the teaching diploma to get their teaching license. I was surprised to find out that St. Robert's is allowing them to do it on-line without doing the monthly face to face meetings.When I did mine a year ago that wasn't an option. I was under the impression that that krusaphat didn't accept online diplomas. Has something change the past year?

DigitalGypsy

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Is this legit? Or are they just making an exception for a few people?

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Sirchai

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DigitalGypsy wrote:Is this legit? Or are they just making an exception for a few people?

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  I didn't attend any face to face classes for medical reasons. I can't sit on a bus for many hours. The female with the most power, ( G) then "allowed me" to do the course online without any f2f lessons.

   She also mentioned that students from other countries join in without these lessons.  The TCT won't know if you attended them, or not. In the beginning, it was a requirement from TCT to attend such lessons, but it's possible that they accept courses that are done online only.

Can anybody really come up with the truth? BTW, I've learned a lot doing the course because I did all alone, without any copy and paste actions.

But I'm also aware that thousands of guys are now holding a license they shouldn't have. The reason is their poor command of English. Some of them accidentally posted on the open Edmodo page and what I saw was more than breathtaking.

More Suaheli and Tagalog than English. Here comes the sun. congratulations

Rastus

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St Robert's allowed it when I did the course. I don't think they really liked it but they would accept it. However, those who did not attand face to face classes had more assignments to do than the rest of us.

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