Professional Diploma in Education
The Professional Diploma in Education (PDE) is a program designed to encourage communication between coordinators and instructors, as well as between students and teachers. It promotes communication through well-designed professional training, with a particular focus on nurturing emotional intelligence at all levels.
- Collaboration between teachers and coordinators to create valuable input.
- Coordinators’ strategies to develop a work plan that adapts to situations.
- The strategies employed by the coordinators to motivate educators and students to engage in activities that encourage interaction and foster the growth of an encouraging learning environment.
- The measures taken to maintain a positive school climate and offer an environment that deals with problems including bullying, mental health, and social and emotional growth.
- The roles that coordinators and teachers must play in improving the quality of education overall and having an impact on students learning.
At the end of this professional training, participants (teachers, coordinators, and new beginners) will:
- Ensure a productive, supportive, and inclusive learning environment that facilitates both students success academically and socially.
- Create a rich and varied class schedule with appropriate activities for each discipline and each area of learning.
- Be able to evaluate students’ needs, which helps to evaluate students’ skills by trimester during the academic year.
- Know how to gradually align the objectives with the skills required in each work session to reach the final goal.
- Understand how to keep a happy and engaging environment that is connected to learners’ daily activities.
- Be able to provide themselves with any innovative instructional materials as teachers.
- Seek solutions through constructive communication to deal with any issues that may come up.
- Give students the resources and games they need to develop their reading fluency and rhythm.
- Design a varied assessment archive rich with creative evaluative games.