Canadian Teacher Consultants can be an essential component when designing a relationship between international students, international elementary/secondary schools, school districts and international Universities/Colleges, with North American educational institutions.
Counsel and guide students to understand the difference between On-site learning and Online learning, and which best suits their individual needs (all CTC represented educational institutes offer on-site learning and online learning)
Connect students to reputable Canadian elementary/secondary schools, and Canadian/USA universities and colleges
Counsel and guide students regarding the North American academic system and processes
Support students throughout the school application process
SCHOOL & SCHOOL DISTRICT SUPPORT
Professional development/workshops for teachers and administrators on-site or virtually
Educational pedagogy consultation
Assistance with curriculum design and curriculum development
Advise, co-ordinate and mediate education partnerships when connecting international educational institutions with Canadian and USA schools
Co-ordinate collaborations between international schools and Canadian/USA schools to offer online learning programs
Co-ordinate and offer various innovative pathways for students to earn diplomas and access post-secondary education. For example: Students are able to studythe first three years at the Secondary School of origin and then transfer to the partner school in Canada for their final year. The successful student then receives a graduation diploma from their home school and an Ontario Secondary School Diploma from the partner school in Ontario. This is made possible by CTC negotiating and coordinating equivalency courses between the two schools.
SCHOOL PARTNERSHIP POTENTIAL
WHY HAVE US HELP YOU
CREATE A SCHOOL PARTNERSHIP ?
When designing a partnership, we keep the best interest of the student in mind, and subsequently, everything else falls into place for parents and schools. This is accomplished by promoting knowledge, experience and resources, which will lead to better learning outcomes for the students.
Much data from universities and government institutions have shown the benefit of school partnerships. Potential benefits of school partnerships may include: