International School Professional Development

Whether we visit your school our you visit ours, we can provide highly engaging, empowering, and educational professional development for K-12 and college faculty.

With our experiential approach to teacher training, all of your teachers, novice & experience alike, take their teaching to the next level with our hands-on workshops whether face to face or online. International School Professional Development

TESOL Trainer’s Professional Development Educates to Empower & Inspire

At TESOL Trainers, we provide professional development to all K-12 and college faculty at your institute or at ours.  We even provide training on remote instruction that will help professors engage their students in meaningful ways.

We tailor-make our professional development to meet the specific needs of your institution.  We can provide both short and long term professional development.  Likewise, all of our professional development comes with a ‘for credit’ option.

​All professional development that we offer engages the whole of the participant.  The hands on nature of our workshops empowers educators to use the practical strategies we provide.

Common core and Els

The Common Core State Standards is meant to provide a uniform framework for student learning objectives.  Its mission is to “provide a consistent, clear understanding of what students are expected to learn, so teachers and parents know what they need to do to help them.”

The design of the standards attempts to capture the knowledge and skills that young people need to be succeed in the 21st century.  With a focus on college and career readiness, the standards outline the reading, writing, speaking and listening skills that students need across the curriculum with attention to language and mathematics.

English Language Learners face significant challenges in being able to meet Common Core objectives.

Apart from learning the course content, ELLs, simultaneously, must comprehend and produce language effectively.  They must internalize large amounts of academic vocabulary.  Likewise, ELLs must also possess the skills to interact with the content and their peers in meaningful, grade appropriate ways.

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