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As you grew up, who were your role models? Who inspired you to think outside the box and challenge new ideas? Who motivated you to look out into the world for a deeper meaning? We believe teaching is one of the most important professions in the world. Our programs will help you guide, inspire and lead the students you'll teach. This practicum-based program gets you hands-on classroom experience. View full program.
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Meet Wesley van Oort-Strang. She teaches technical studies, mathematics and IT, and has set up extracurricular activities such as robotics programming, wood and metalwork. After completing my higher education in product design, I did not want to work in a world dominated by men. I loved subjects like math, tech, design and ICT, so I decided to become a teacher. I enjoy being able to inspire students, because they are the future. Why do you think it is important to equip girls with digital skills? Developing skills for the 21 st Century, such as media and ICT literacy, being able to think creatively, computationally and critically, is very important. The way we communicate is becoming more digital every day.
Maybe you have had the fantasy: Chuck your day job to teach in a public school in a blighted neighborhood. Then you decide that maybe today is not the day, and go back to your life. Sound familiar? Ed Boland went a step further. An executive at Prep for Prep, a nonprofit organization that places minority children in elite private schools, he quit to teach ninth-grade history at a low-performing public school on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Boland believed he could be one of them.