Over the course of the past two decades, the way educators think about recess has fundamentally changed. Recess has transformed from a fun, natural activity that all kids should enjoy to an activity that is increasingly viewed as an unnecessary distraction from educating, testing and assessing the status of those same kids. Yet, studies […]
Transforming the Way You Teach!
TIES ACE (American Classroom Experience) Program offers holistic learning experiences to International teachers seeking to come to the USA for the purpose of full-time teaching at a primary or secondary accredited educational institutions. ACE program prepares teachers in all aspects to excel during the rigorous job interviews by accredited schools in USA. This program equips teachers to make learning fun and help students to awaken their desire to learn as well as to explore ideas in new ways and challenge them to think differently which will make them an outstanding teacher in USA.
ACE is an extensive 60-80 hours of online training program that empower teachers to effective classroom management, analyze student data, diagnose student achievement gaps, create effective lesson plans aligned to the key shifts the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) demand, explore practical teaching methods to increase the rigor in the classroom, incorporate interdisciplinary problem-solving teaching approaches and creating assessments and rubrics.
ACE includes series of video conferencing with subject matter experts for each module. This helps you to answer any questions directly from the experts. Your assignments and discussion forum doubts can be answered directly by the experts.
ACE prepares you through highly qualified and certified teachers, administrators and educators to be successful in your job interviews and be successful teachers in USA.
Support after your arrival in US to get accustomed to new surroundings. Receiving you at the airport, accompany you for the first visit to the school, social security office, local bank, local grocery store, provide general assistance in housing search, fingerprinting etc.
(Disclaimer: ACE is not responsible for teaching offers, US Visas, or relocation to the US. However, ACE has preferred relationships with agencies that can assist you in finding positions within the US and then relocating. These agencies also provide support upon arrival. Support services typically include meeting you at the airport, accompanying you on your first visit to the school, familiarizing you with the surrounding area and services, obtaining housing, etc. ACE will assist you in connecting with these agencies to help you complete the process.)
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Looking for qualified International Teachers? Your search ends now. Access profiles of teachers across the world who have been trained by TIES through American Classroom Experience Program. These teachers are subject matter experts and have gone through extensive training that empower them to effective classroom management, analyze student data, diagnose student achievement gaps, create effective lesson plans aligned to the key shifts the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) demand, explore practical teaching methods to increase the rigor in the classroom, incorporate interdisciplinary problem-solving teaching approaches ,creating assessments and rubrics and understanding SPED requirements in USA.
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