Teachers Induction Programs

Teachers Induction Programs

These are programs that prepare teachers to enter the teaching profession. They encompass the teaching profession; its ethics and values, the teacher’s role in addition to competences required for the teacher in lesson planning and preparation, dealing with students and parents, classroom management as well as new ways of teaching and learning integrated with ICT tools and assessment and evaluation. Mentoring is an essential component of these programs to ensure providing ongoing school-based coaching and support for the newly-appointed teachers. CADER is the first and only company to develop and implement a comprehensive induction program.

Modular Induction Program for Teacher/ERSP

This program targets the newly appointed teachers at the Ministry of Education with the aim of building their capacity in order to effectively fulfill the requirements of their jobs as teachers at the Ministry of Education. CADER’s induction program is the first induction program for teachers to be implemented on a national level.Our induction programis comprehensive in terms that it develops the general practices of newly-hired teachers i.e. using new ways of teaching and learning integrated with ICT as well as the specialized teaching practices related to the subject matters they teach. This program targets the newly-appointed teachers at the Jordanian Ministry of Education. It is the first induction program to be rolled out on a national level. It is a modular program that consists of three stages. It aims at qualifying the newly-appointed teachers and promoting their commitment to the profession of education and the needs of the 21st century schools. It develops teachers' capacities in three main areas: Modern pedagogy, ICT and personal skills. The program also has a specialized training component that consists of four programs in the following subject matter areas: social science and religion, math and science, languages and MIS and computer science. Over the period of five years the project will have trained more than 4,400 teachers.