We did do the in-person section of the TESOL course. It was a bit tough, but not unmanageable for a less-than-disciplined person with a part-time job. I was worried that I would feel awkward, since I have no experience in teaching and I've also never been in a class with my boyfriend before. It wasn't too bad though. I especially enjoyed the lecture the teacher did on the history of English, and I wish I had written more of it down. That helped me to have more respect for English, knowing where everything comes from, despite it still being kind of nonsensical--not just from taking grammatical constructs from different languages, but the story of our spelling.
We had 2 projects where we had to make lesson plans. The first one was a 1-day grammar lesson, and the second was a reading/writing/vocabulary lesson that could take several days. The class time was psychology, theory, planning, and practice.
Now we're working on the online component, which is re-familiarizing us with grammar mostly and how to teach it. It's been pretty easy so far, although I'm currently only a bit over halfway done.