We Got It Goin’ On

We’re always pretty busy here at GIFLE. We normally have a program or two going on that focus on teaching, pedagogy, language skills, and more. On this page, you can find all of GIFLE’s programs that are happening, have happened, or will happened (at least, the ones we’ve written about). If you’re looking for a specific past, ongoing, or future program, use the menu at the top of the page to narrow your search. We hope that you’ll join us in-person for some of our programs!


EPD (aka 초등 영어수업역량강화 연수 in Korean) is a methodology program for elementary school teachers within Gyeonggi Province. During this program, trainees will have the chance to learn about activity-based lessons, develop class activities associated with daily life, and learn how to enhance their students’ conversation and overall English skills. This year, we are offering … Continue reading EPD

2021 Level One Certification Program for Secondary English Teachers

Level One is a mandatory certification program for all teachers in Gyeonggi-do. It provides the chance for teachers to self-reflect on teaching methods and techniques, network, and study teaching methodology. We had some great modules for our trainees in 2021 – click below to read more.

2021 – EPIK Teacher Training Program

From June 28th to July 1st, around sixty EPIK teachers in Gyeonggi will have the opportunity to visit a virtual version of GIFLE. At the training program, teachers will have the opportunity learn and share ideas about teaching methods, school life, and Korean culture. They also acquire teaching tips and techniques they can use in their own classroom. Best of all, the EPIK teachers have the opportunity to meet and network with each other.

English Conversation Program

The English Conversation Program (ECP) is a short one to two week program for educators in Gyeonggi-do to enhance their English language skills. Read more to see what we have going on with the program this semester.

School Visits

School visits are a program in which a native English teacher attends a Korean school for a period of two weeks in order to instruct students, provide workshops for teachers, and possibly more. Continue reading to see when our school visits are, and what normally goes on during this program.

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