Courses for Experienced Teachers and School Admins

Masterclass in Education module attends to guidance topics for school principals, directors, education consultants, managers and mentoring specialists in addition to leadership and management issues and solutions. As the role of educational specialists is to provide strategic direction in the school system, above mentioned management professionals develop standardized curricula, assess teaching methods, monitor student achievement, encourage parent involvement, revise policies and procedures, administer the budget, hire and evaluate staff and oversee facilities.

The course is primarily aimed at experienced teachers who will support beginner colleagues or will be responsible for a group of teachers in their institutions developing as a teacher educator or a trainer.

The course is primarily aimed at experienced teachers who will support beginner colleagues or will be responsible for a group of teachers in their institutions. This course can function for them as the first step in developing as a teacher educator or a trainer, while providing teacher development opportunities for them in their own professional practice.

The Mentor Course can also be beneficial for department heads and managers who wish to establish a more supportive communication style and promote professional development.

This course covers instructional leadership techniques, socioeconomic and cultural diversity, educational technology, conflict resolution and educational politics. It aims to place a high emphasis upon how to equip our teachers and students with the skills to engage in institutional and professional development and respond to best practice from a global perspective.

This course focuses on developing the professional skills required to meet the challenges of continuous change and its potential impact upon those who manage and lead schools and other teachers and educational practitioners.

Were you promoted from classroom teaching to administration without any training? Or would you like to polish up your management skills? This course is designed as the first part of a Leadership and Management module.

This course helps the participants manage difficult situations they confront at their schools by giving them new approaches and showing ways of how to make managing a school a rewarding experience.

This course is designed for those new to training and aims to enable them to make an effective contribution to the training and development of others. It will give participant trainers the basic skills and knowledge and specialist skills of identifying training needs, training design, training facilitation and training evaluation.

The course is ideal for people who are new to training or people who have found themselves carrying out training with no or little previous development in teacher training.

A practical course exploring how to design a syllabus and supplement and adapt your courses to meet your students’ needs by using authentic resource material in the classroom to motivate and inspire learners. The course covers the processes of designing and evaluating materials based on a needs analysis and the formulation of course objectives.

The course also introduces methods and criteria for designing and writing effective materials for use in specific teaching contexts, and for selecting from, adapting or supplementing these as appropriate. The training proceeds from syllabus to materials design and materials evaluation for selection and adaptation.

This course introduces a practical model for teacher educators concerned with designing courses for in-service teachers and its implementation in their institutions. The course content includes a detailed description of the design context including considerations and theoretical frameworks.

The course also intends to demonstrate how the model works in practice referencing important issues in current teacher education practices and offering suggestions for how this can guide teacher educators’ teaching and research practices.