SAA Pedagogy

SAA

pedagogy

teaching subjects in english
US accredited diploma

Modern educational model:

ONLINE

teacher or university student study online modern pedagogy during most convenient time of the day, as long as necessary, NO limitation of time or place.
online education is monitored by SAA qualified support team, teachers working in mini groups based their knowledge of english language and learning ability
program is personalised & individualised

Blended learning

We leave individual educators responsible for a running own micro school. Our curriculum is a combination of direct instruction , blended learning and project based learning. But that takes 60% of the classroom time. The balance can be determined by the individual teachers working with the student to insure true individualization and personalisation.

Academic program – online classes

module 1 introduction 45 hours
module 2 blended learning 45 hours
module 3 deeper learning 45 hours
mini thesis 20 hours
preparation & defence 5 hours

Academic program – blended learning

Classroom tuition – 12 weeks 36 hours
Online tuition – up to academic year
module 1, 2, 3 – blended learning / deeper learning
mini thesis preparation & defence

At the graduation the teachers will get
U.S.A. accredited Pedagogy Certificate

SAA scholarship

Each teacher or university student have opportunity to apply for SAA scholarship

Introduction

Being a Teacher: A Professional Privilege
Thinking about Learning
How good is my Classroom?
Continuing to Learn in a Changing World

Developing Relationships

– The importance of relationships for educational settings
– Developing positive teacher-student relationships
– Working with your colleagues and school leaders
– The importance of parent involvement for student success
– It takes a whole village to educate a child: Working with your community
– Recognizing diversity: Social, Cultural and Values differences in the school

Being a Teacher

– What is a teacher?
– Myself and My Learning
– Influences on my learning
– Impacts on my learning
– How do I learn?
– My learning environment

Planning for Teaching and Learning

– Mindsets for Learning and Teaching
– What Do We Know About Teaching and Learning
– Four Key Questions and Why They Matter
– Spirals of Inquiry for Planning and Teaching
– Teacher Professional Learning

Introduction to Student Assessment

– An Introduction to Assessment Theory and Practice
– The nature of feedback in improving teaching and learning
– Reporting student achievement
– Reporting student achievement
– Guidelines for developing and using human judgment scoring procedures
– Guidelines for developing and using procedures that involve students in assessment

Curriculum

– Getting to know the curriculum
– Curriculum development
– Putting students first
– Theories and Theorists
– Optimizing Curriculum Outcomes

Learners and Learning

– The lives of children
– How children learn
– Engaging with students
– The power of the peer group
– Learning that travels
– Four key thinkers

Being a Professional

– What it means to be a professional
– Ethics, codes of conduct and standards for teachers
– Legal and administrative responsibilities of a teacher
– Developing a personal philosophy of teaching
– Being part of a professional learning community
– Continuing to develop as a professional