Teaching Practice is a vital part of ACT's teacher training courses
Asian College of Teachers offers a wide range of teacher training courses to meet the individualized needs of aspiring teachers. The courses range from Early Childhood Teachers training, Pre and Primary teachers training, Nursery teachers training, Montessori teachers training, and other specialized courses to polish your skills. These courses are precisely designed for prospective aspirants who are willing to become proficient educators and who are trained in the methodologies in teaching young learners. Keeping in mind the modern learning environment, the programs come with varied specializations options to choose from. It also enables candidates with the latest skills and techniques of teaching.
In addition to that, ACT offers TEFL programs that open the doorway for the aspirants to travel around the world with an exciting TEFL career. The courses are meticulously curated and the in-class programs come with teaching practice (TP) sessions in local schools. The teaching practice session is not only integral for the novice teachers but also for the experienced teachers as they can practice the latest techniques in the classroom. The teaching practice sessions are always a part of the in-class training program in ACT.
Gain practical experience through teaching practice sessions
Students in Asian College of Teachers get an in-depth knowledge of classroom management; a very important skill to acquire for 21st-century teachers. Candidates also get to know how to engage the learners of different age groups. The TP sessions in a school setting prepare the aspiring teachers to understand the requirements of the students. During the teaching practice, our trainees are involved in a broad range of teaching approaches and strategies – lesson planning, classroom observations, exchange of ideas within practical settings, micro-teaching, problem-solving in class, the use of technology in teaching, and practical experiences in school.