Teachers International Professional Development Program (TIPDP)
Come and experience School-based practical and interactive sessions in UK Schools.
-Applications have now commenced for our school-based practical sessions handled by schools in the UK.
Ever wondered what it is like to teach abroad, this teacher program could be just the thing for you.
This self-improving system relies on high-performing schools and effective school leaders working beyond the parameters of their own institutions to support others.
- Preparing individuals and Schools for the much-needed support in delivering quality education..
- Working and collaborating together for effective teaching strategies.
- Promoting an inclusive learning environment;
- Developing teaching skills with the use of modern technology.
- The use of effective practical resources and links between schools are established.
In education, when learners engage effectively, it shows the degree of attention, curiosity, interest, optimism, and passion that learners show when they are learning or being taught.This further extends to the level of motivation they have to learn and progress in education. Our sessions wll display effective collaboration, digital tools, and problem solving skills all geared towards effective teaching methodologies.
Our outstanding teachers use several instructional methods that promotes student engagement and the attainment of multiple learning outcomes. Many instructional strategies are flexible, and can be applied in the service of several learning objectives.
Our practical observation sessions gives great opportunitys to learn from each other. It also acts as a vehicle to disseminate good practice amongst colleagues by sharing thoughts on teaching practice and supporting each other’s development of teaching skills,to enable colleagues from cognate disciplines.
Essential modern teaching
skills and qualities.
“Bodily exercise, when compulsory, does no harm to the body;
but knowledge which is acquired under compulsion obtains
no hold on the mind.”