Szkolenie nauczycieli szkół średnich w Programie Teaching Excellence and Achievement
The Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program (TEA) is a program of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the U.S. Department of State, and implemented by IREX, a Washington, DC-based nonprofit organization.
The fellowship covers all costs associated with the program, including travel to the final interview, TOEFL testing, and J-1 visa support in Poland, plus round-trip airfare to the United States, housing, meals, insurance, local transportation, a pre-departure orientation, a closing seminar, and a book/professional development allowance.
The 6-week program includes:
- coursework and intensive training in teaching methodologies, lesson planning, and teaching strategies for the participants’ home environment
- the use of computers for Internet, word processing, and as teaching tools
- a 2-week internship at a U.S. secondary school
- visits to local schools, NGOs, and local government offices
- trips to U.S. cultural sites
- full academic support
Exchange participants will also have the opportunity to host a U.S. teacher for 2 weeks and to apply for follow-on grants.
TEA fellows will be selected through a merit-based open competition. After the application deadline, the U.S. Embassy and Fulbright Commission will review all eligible applications.
Top candidates will be interviewed by an interview panel and must take the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) examination or provide valid results no more than 1 year old. The final selection will be based on the top candidates’ application, interview and TOEFL test results.
More information about the program and its regulations and an application you can find in the attached documents.
Submit a completed application form by March 15, 2010 at firstname.lastname@example.org
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