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Education

Universities and colleges set their own admission requirements for higher education courses, so they vary broadly. Depending on the course, students may be able to get into higher education with a range of qualifications. If you're applying to do a course, you may find that work experience is taken into consideration alongside any qualifications you have. Some higher education institutes and colleges offer courses as preparation for a certain type of degrees. They usually don't result in separate criteria as they simply qualify you to enter the degree program itself. Courses can be taught in a broad selection of fields of study.

In its broadest sense, education can be defined as any formative experience that has some sort of effect on an individual. This consequently can affect the way the individual, or student, thinks, feels, or acts. Pedagogy is an important term in education that refers to the methodology of teaching.  

The USA remains the world’s most popular destination for international students. Universities in the US dominate the world rankings and the country also offers a wide variety of exciting study locations. State university systems are partially subsidized by state governments, and may have many campuses spread around the state, with hundreds of thousands of students.

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Live & Learn English for Au Pairs

Bridge Education Group
Campus Part time 6 weeks September 2017 USA Denver

Bridge's Live and Learn English Program is specifically designed for au pairs living with American families. Live & Learn English will not only help you to perfect your English skills, but also to gain a better understanding of American life and culture, and others’ perceptions of the United States. [+]

Bridge's Live and Learn English Program is specifically designed for au pairs living with American families. An important part of being a successful au pair is learning to communicate effectively and interact appropriately with your host family and community members. Live & Learn English will not only help you to perfect your English skills, but also to gain a better understanding of American life and culture, and others’ perceptions of the United States.

Some examples of courses include:

American Film, which allows you to explore U.S. culture through the medium of film. You'll view films in class and take part in class discussions, group interactions and presentations. American Culture, which let's you learn more about culture in the United States and establish a broad understanding of relevant concepts and ideas around American Culture. You'll participate in local excursions, class discussions, group interactions and presentations. Language focus for this course includes academic reading, speaking, listening, and idioms & slang a [-]

Course - University Pathway Program

Wisconsin ESL Institute
Campus Full time Part time October 2017 USA Madison

WESLI has partnered with the University of Wisconsin College System to offer three- credit college classes at WESLI. This is a great opportunity for WESLI students to earn college credit while still studying at WESLI. These credits can be transferred to UW schools and count towards a student’s general education requirements, no matter what major they choose. [+]

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UW Colleges/WESLI Academic Program WESLI has partnered with the University of Wisconsin College System to offer three- credit college classes at WESLI. This is a great opportunity for WESLI students to earn college credit while still studying at WESLI. These credits can be transferred to UW schools and count towards a student’s general education requirements, no matter what major they choose. Anthropology 104: Cultural Anthropology This is a three-credit University of Wisconsin College class. This class is an introduction to the discipline of cultural anthropology, introducing the basic concepts, debates and methods used in the study of societies. The students will learn how culture shapes the economy, religion, family, politics, gender, the nation, and other aspects of society. It is open to all WESLI students who have completed the 600 level academic classes.This class meets three days per week and is supported by a discussion class meeting twice per week. Business 101: Introduction to Business This is a three-credit University of Wisconsin College class. It is an introduction to the role of business in the American economic system and the global economy, including an overview of the basic functions of business. Students also review career opportunities. It is open to all WESLI students who have completed the 600 level academic classes.This class meets three days per week and is supported by a discussion class meeting twice per week. Part-Time University Classes WESLI can help you arrange part-time study at a number of... [-]

BridgeTEFL

Bridge Education Group
Campus Full time Open Enrollment USA Denver

BridgeTEFL is the teacher training division of Bridge and the largest provider of TEFL/TESOL courses in the United States. With almost 30 years of experience training teachers and teaching languages around the world, we consider ourselves true experts in the industry. [+]

About BridgeTEFL

BridgeTEFL is the teacher training division of Bridge and the largest provider of TEFL/TESOL courses in the United States. With almost 30 years of experience training teachers and teaching languages around the world, we consider ourselves true experts in the industry. Our flagship TEFL/TESOL courses, the Bridge IDELT and the IDELT Online, are recognized for college credit, a testament to their academic rigor.

In addition to our on-site certification courses around the world, we also offer online TEFL courses. The TEFLOnline.com course covers the same basic material as our BridgeTEFL on-site teacher training programs, but it can be done from anywhere in the world and at your own pace. TEFLOnline.com modules include study materials, video tutorials, review quizzes, and written assignments. ... [-]


Associate of Arts - Early Childhood Education

College of Southern Idaho
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Twin Falls

The Early Childhood Education/Child Development field is one that provides a wide variety of employment possibilities. Employment includes such areas as child care, preschool teaching, kindergarten and primary school teacher's aide, Head Start family educator, special needs aide and kindergarten and grades one through three classroom teacher. Our children are our future and trained teacher/child care providers help to guarantee bright futures for our children. [+]

The Early Childhood Education/Child Development field is one that provides a wide variety of employment possibilities. Employment includes such areas as child care, preschool teaching, kindergarten and primary school teacher's aide, Head Start family educator, special needs aide and kindergarten and grades one through three classroom teacher. Our children are our future and trained teacher/child care providers help to guarantee bright futures for our children. The Early Childhood Education Program, through a combination of classroom time and hands-on practicum, is designed to develop the skills, competencies, and knowledge necessary to provide quality care and education for young children, both typical and atypical, from infancy through age eight. This program also prepares individuals for assessment for the Child Development Associate Credential granted by the Council for Early Childhood Professional Recognition, Washington, D.C. Options available include the Center-based Program for Infants and Toddlers or Preschoolers, Family Day-Care Provider and Home Visitor. [-]

International Student English Program

Sappo School
Campus Full time Part time September 2017 USA Commack

Developing an effective Teachers of English as a New Language program, or ENL, begins with a statement of purpose. The values and philosophies of holistic education allows Sappo to present an educational philosophy program and a practical approach to ENL instruction. The Sappo program aligns with an internationalist world view that embraces a learner-centered methodology. [+]

Best Course Studies in Education in USA 2017/2018. Developing an effective Teachers of English as a New Language program, or ENL, begins with a statement of purpose. The values and philosophies of holistic education allows Sappo to present an educational philosophy program and a practical approach to ENL instruction. The Sappo program aligns with an internationalist world view that embraces a learner-centered methodology. This methodology embraces the value of cultural relevance and individual experience, which is self-evident in lessons. Sappo’s International Student Education encompasses the realization that citizens of the world have more similarities than differences, and long-term mutual interests are as valuable as short-term individual needs. This theory is logically difficult to deny, appeals intuitively, and is in direct opposition to isolationist orientation. The international student is viewed as a valuable social and intellectual asset, and the Sappo program is designed to enhance and accommodate each student throughout the acculturative process. This leads to enriched academic development and a successful future. The rapid influx of international students to the west has raised ethical concerns throughout the higher education community, as seen across media and literature review. For example, many Chinese students are not taught how to communicate adequately and navigate through the professional, competitive professional world. This lack of preparation puts them in line with low-level jobs. The Sappo ENL program is designed to combat these issues found in most classroom settings by immersing international students in a supportive Holistic setting. This setting offers extensive benefits to the international... [-]

University of Nebraska High School Program

The American College in Spain
Campus or Online Full time 2 years September 2017 USA Davie

With more than 85 years of experience, UNHS is an expert in delivering high-quality high school education to students and schools around the world. UNHS is accredited by AdvancED and the Nebraska Department of Education, and its courses are supported by certificated teachers. [+]

University of Nebraska High School Program International students can earn a U.S. diploma from a recognized, fully accredited U.S. high school The American College in Spain offers University of Nebraska High School Program, whereby students can complete their last 2 years of high school in an online/onsite setting. About UNHS With more than 85 years of experience, UNHS is an expert in delivering high-quality high school education to students and schools around the world. UNHS is accredited by AdvancED and the Nebraska Department of Education, and its courses are supported by certificated teachers. The core courses are also NCAA-approved, which means colleges and universities nationwide accept and respect a UNHS diploma. Through its award-winning curriculum UNHS provides more than 100 core, elective and Advanced Placement® courses in eight subject areas to students grades nine through twelve. Established by the University of Nebraska in 1929, UNHS now serves students online in all 50 U.S. states and more than 100 countries. How to register: 1. Application Form 2. Passport photocopy. If Spanish national or resident, national identification document (DNI /NIE) 3. Three recent passport size photos. 4. 150€ Administration fee + 50€ Transcription evaluation fee For students enrolled in Marbella United Football Club please contact our registrar's office to receive information according to our contractual agreement. University of Nebraska High School Students Have Been Accepted to the Following Colleges and Universities. AMA Bahrain International University Drexel Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece Duke Arizona State Emory University American Continental University, London Emmaus Bible... [-]

TESOL Intensive

Eton Institute
Campus Part time 20 - 60 hours September 2017 USA New York

Unlock your students’ potential with practical and professional teacher training that focuses on refreshing and developing teaching skills. Ensure that you are confident in the modern multi-cultural and multi-lingual classroom with Eton Institute’s international TESOL course certification... [+]

Best Course Studies in Education in USA 2017/2018. Unlock your students’ potential with practical and professional teacher training that focuses on refreshing and developing teaching skills. Ensure that you are confident in the modern multi-cultural and multi-lingual classroom with Eton Institute’s international TESOL course certification. Eton Institute’s international TESOL/TFL certification course is for candidates interested in teaching English as a language to non-native speakers, and is perfect for both new teachers and current teachers wishing to upgrade their skill set. TFL certification is for candidates interested in teaching any foreign language other than English. Eton Institute’s TESOL curriculum meets the highest of international quality standards in language services. INTENSIVE 120-hour course (100 hour classroom based with 20 hour self-study over 6 weeks, including 6 hours of teaching practice) Focuses on lesson planning and practical teaching skills INTENSIVE FOR OVERSEAS STUDENTS 120-hour course (60 hour classroom based and 60 hours of self-study including pre and post work to be completed with an online TESOL Instructor) Combination of self-study and class-room session. [-]

Professional Education Course

High Tech High Graduate School Of Education
Campus Part time September 2017 USA San Diego

Residencies and Institutes are embedded in the GSE and K–12 schools and are facilitated by HTH students, teachers and school leaders, as well as faculty from the GSE. [+]

Professional Development Residencies and institutes for continuing professional education are embedded in High Tech High K–12 schools in San Diego, California and are facilitated by HTH students, teachers and school leaders. Participants engage in interactive workshops, observe classrooms and plan how they will put to practice new ideas at their school sites. Winter Residency: Looking at Student Work January 20-22, 2016 Participants look deeply at student work to improve project design, implementation, and assessment. New and returning educators will observe classrooms and interact with HTH students, teachers, and administrators. Workshop topics include details on student presentations of learning, collaborative assessment of student work, and the uses of critique in the classroom. Deeper Learning: 4th Annual Conference March 23-25, 2016 Deeper Learning 2016 is the premier international event for educators pursuing deeper learning in schools. In 2010, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation convened a group of leaders from some of the leading organizations in deeper learning. The Deeper Learning conference came from this community’s desire to bring the teachers and school leaders from those organizations along with others from across the country to do what the most successful learners do: work together to find reasonable and implementable solutions to authentic problems facing us today. This conference aims to connect educators who are implementing deeper learning in their schools, generate and better support deeper learning ideas in classrooms and help educators reflect on their own practice. Summer Institute: Sharing Best Practices June 20-22, 2016 The Summer Institute is High Tech High's... [-]

Education Leadership Academy

High Tech High Graduate School Of Education
Online & Campus Combined Part time 1 year October 2017 USA San Diego

The HTH GSE Education Leadership Academy focuses on developing educational teams as change agents. This one-year hybrid program blends face-to-face residencies at High Tech High in San Diego, partnerships with HTH critical friends, and online learning. [+]

Best Course Studies in Education in USA 2017/2018. The HTH GSE Education Leadership Academy focuses on developing educational teams as change agents. This one-year hybrid program blends face-to-face residencies at High Tech High in San Diego, partnerships with HTH critical friends, and on-line learning. Participants design their own personal learning plan and execute a collaborative Leadership Project that addresses an authentic need or issue at their home schools.  Throughout the program participants engage with theory and implement put it to practice exercises centering on deeper learning, equity and change leadership. These themes serve to help each participant grow as a facilitator, a change agent and a school transformer. Additionally, participants receive extensive feedback from other program participants and become a member of committed cohort of educators who serve to support one another after the program is completed. The Academy also invites leading educational experts to guide participants in their thinking. During the 2016-2017 school year, guest faculty include: Chris Emdin of Columbia University; Stephanie Rogen, Coach and Strategic Education Advisor to Most Likely to Succeed Documentary, Larry Rosenstock, Chief Executive Officer at HTH, Laura McBain, Education Leadership Academy Director and HTH Critical Friends. Key program details include: Face to Face: Participants attend customized residencies: During these residencies participants, attend workshops led by key faculty, visit classrooms, meet with their teams, and engage in project planning/tuning activities with their team members. Onsite: After the first onsite visit, a HTH critical friend will visit the school team’s site to engage in professional... [-]

TESOL/TEFL - English

Lumos Language School
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Salt Lake City

80 contact hours of classroom instruction, training, and feedback with our highly qualified and experienced teacher trainers. This exceeds the instructional hours recommended by TESOL, the leading worldwide professional organization for ESL professionals, because you spend 100% of your time in the classroom either training or teaching. [+]

– 80 contact hours of classroom instruction, training, and feedback with our highly qualified and experienced teacher trainers. This exceeds the instructional hours recommended by TESOL, the leading worldwide professional organization for ESL professionals, because you spend 100% of your time in the classroom either training or teaching. – 5 hours of live, classroom observation of our Intensive English courses, taught by Lumos’s experienced, professional teachers, as opposed to 1 or 2 hours of prerecorded sessions. – 10 hours minimum of practice teaching with your own class. You will not share your teaching time with another teacher or be a teaching assistant. – Guided lesson plan creation. One key to a successful ESL classroom is having an effective lesson plan. With help from your trainers, learn the components of effective lesson plans. – Individualized trainer observation and feedback of your practice teaching classes. Feedback sessions will be customized to your individual teaching needs. During consultations with your professional trainer, you will learn how to refine your teaching and have the opportunity to gain insightful and useful teaching tips from his or her many years of experience. Class Schedule: Classes run Monday through Friday morning, from 9 am to 1 pm. Practice teaching begins the second week and is scheduled from the afternoons to the early evenings two or three days a week. Typically students take advantage of Lumos’s resources for lesson and studying in the afternoon. TESL / TEFL Certificate Program Content: Classes are conducted in a forum style that... [-]

Fall Bridge Program

International Education Center At Diablo Valley College
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Pleasant Hill

As an international student, our Fall Academic Bridge Program at IEC will give you the academic skills and personal confidence you need to start the first two years of your bachelor’s degree at Diablo Valley College (DVC). [+]

Best Course Studies in Education in USA 2017/2018. As an international student, our Fall Academic Bridge Program at IEC will give you the academic skills and personal confidence you need to start the first two years of your bachelor’s degree at Diablo Valley College (DVC). Application Deadline: September 11 Mandatory Orientation: October 22 & 23 Classes: Oct 26 - Dec 10 Program includes: English 162 – Language, Literature & Culture (3 units) And one of the following: Anthropology 130 – (3 units) Political Science 120 – (3 units) Sociology 120 – (3 units) *classes are pre-selected by IEC. Students are not able to choose. As an international student, our Fall Academic Bridge Program at IEC will give you the academic skills and personal confidence you need to start the first two years of your bachelor’s degreeat Diablo Valley College (DVC). The Academic Bridge Program is designed to allow you to successfully transition from study outside of the USA to a full-time academic program. The BRIDGE includes 2 pre-selected academic courses which give you 6 units of university credit that are transferable and count towards your four year bachelor’s degree at all the California State and University of California campuses. Not only will you get a head start on your bachelor’s degree, but the 6 week Academic Bridge Program also includes: Study Sessions: Each Academic Bridge course includes a study session that students attend for additional assistance, study techniques, and tutoring with their in class work and homework assignments. Study sessions... [-]

Teacher Training: Effective Use of Technology in Teaching

Anglolang Academy of English
Campus Full time 2 weeks USA

By experiencing a range of practical teaching techniques, participants will expand their own working classroom ideas while refreshing and developing their English [+]

This course is for teachers who would like to increase their awareness and usage of technology in a teaching context. Morning sessions focus on language development where participants gain confidence in using English. The afternoon methodology sessions introduce fresh and communicative approaches to using technology in teaching. By experiencing a range of practical teaching techniques, participants will expand their own working classroom ideas while refreshing and developing their English language proficiency. By the end of the course participants will have: - Increased their awareness of how technology can be used in the classroom - Acquired new ideas for motivating their students - Collected a portfolio of teaching resources - Shared ideas and experiences - Increased awareness of how cultural backgrounds can affect classroom dynamics - Created a network of teaching contacts within Europe This course is available at regular dates throughout the year. Although it is a two-week course, it is possible to join for one week only. [-]

Language & Methodology for Teachers of English

Anglolang Academy of English
Campus Full time 2 weeks USA

With more than twenty years experience of teacher training, Anglolang offers dynamic, motivating and highly-practical courses for primary, secondary and tertiary teachers. The aim of our two week course is to provide stimulating practical teaching [+]

Best Course Studies in Education in USA 2017/2018. With more than twenty years experience of teacher training, Anglolang offers dynamic, motivating and highly-practical courses for primary, secondary and tertiary teachers. The aim of our two week course is to provide stimulating practical teaching ideas and to develop English language proficiency. Methodology sessions can include: - Vocabulary learning, recording & recycling - Learner autonomy - Motivating learners to speak - Project work in the classroom - The use of drama and role-play - Different ways of teaching grammar This course is available at regular dates throughout the year. Erasmus+ People working within a school, college or educational institution may be eligible for Erasmus+ funding for this course. If you are a teacher from the EU member State or a NON-EU Programme Country (former Yugoslav, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, republic of Macedonia, Norway, Turkey and Iceland), your institution should apply for Erasmus+ funding. COURSE DATES - 12 January - 23 January 2015 - 30 March - 10 April 2015 - 13 April - 24 April 2015 - 27 April - 8 May 2015 - 11 May - 22 May 2015 - 8 June - 19 June 2015 - 22 June - 3 July 2015 - 6 July - 17 July 2015 - 20 July - 31 July 2015 - 3 August - 14 August 2015 - 17 August - 28 August 2015 - 1 September - 11 September 2015 - 12 October - 23 October 2015 [-]

Study abroad - University & Professional Studies

Kilroy Norway
Campus Full time 11 - 13 weeks January 2018 USA San Diego New York Brooklyn White Plains Boston Los Angeles Cincinnati + 6 more

For strong academic students who would like to take a full-time schedule of credit-bearing courses at UC San Diego or UC San Diego [+]

Study abroad - University & Professional Studies

Awarding Body:

University of California - San Diego

For strong academic students who would like to take a full-time schedule of credit-bearing courses at UC San Diego or UC San Diego Extension while studying alongside American university students.

Admission Requirements

The minimum requirements to be accepted into this program are listed below. We carefully review the background and qualifications of each applicant to ensure that those admitted into the University and Professional Studies (UPS) program will have a successful experience.

Language Requirement

Prospective students must have one of the following scores to participate in this program:... [-]